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Reasoning about Rational Agents - Page 7
2000 - 227 pages
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Practical Reasoning: International Conference on Formal and Applied ...

Dov M. Gabbay, Hans Jürgen Ohlbach - Computers - 1996 - 719 pages
...in Figure 1. As this figure shows, a BDI architecture typically contains four key data structures. An agent's beliefs correspond to information the agent has about the world, which may be incomplete or incorrect. Beliefs may be as simple as variables, (in the sense of, eg,...
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Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XXI: Proceedings of AI-2004 ...

Frans Coenen, Tony Allen - Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) - 2007 - 358 pages
...appropriate) with structured activity based on knowledge (ie planning in advance for complex actions). An agent's beliefs correspond to information the agent has about the world, desires (or goals, in the system) intuitively correspond to the tasks allocated to it. The intuition...
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Monitoring, Security, and Rescue Techniques in Multiagent Systems

Barbara Dunin-Keplicz, Andrzej Jankowski, Marcin Szczuka - Business & Economics - 2005 - 596 pages
...and motivational aspects, constituting together a belief-desire-intention model of rational agency. Intuitively, an agent's beliefs correspond to information the agent has about the environment, including other agents. An agent's desires or goals represent states of affairs (options)...
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