This paper was presented at the Behavior Representation in Modeling & Simulation (BRIMS) conference in 2008.
"We describe the CoJACK cognitive architecture. It is designed to provide an intuitive, high level behaviour representation language that exhibits variability across individuals and across time for use in synthetic environments. The included moderator layer enables modelling of physiological factors and affect. We report initial results of an investigation of variability and time-based moderation in the dTank simulation. The results show that moderation leads to interesting effects and that variability is generated in a principled and repeatable fashion."