M: an architecture of integrated agents

M: an architecture of integrated agents integrated &I: An Architecture Agents manage a diverse set of agents? How do the agents communicate? What knowledge is required by a  agent and is it shared with other agents? Do the agents know ofone another and if so, what relationships exist? Does a  agent demonstrate œintelligent  behavior or does œintelligent  behavior emerge from the coexistence of the œactive  state of the many diverse agents? In addressing these questions, a design theory for a  architecture of integrated agents, influenced by Minsky ™s Society of Mind (SOM) theory [12, 131, was defined and implemented. In this work, aspects of spatial, structural, functional, temporal, causal, explanation-based, and casebased reasoning (see Note I in Glossary) capabilities were integrated in M via (1) a œsemantic network  (see Note 2 in Glossary), (2) a œrule-based system  (see Note 3 in Glossary), (3) Minsky ™s K-lineslpolynemes, transframes, and pronomes (see Notes 4-6 in Glossary), and (4) scripts (see Note 7 in Glossary). The basic theory of this work takes the position that a  assistant that can classify and explain actions applied to objects within a highly dynamic world should be functionally effective if it can http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Communications of the ACM Association for Computing Machinery

M: an architecture of integrated agents

Communications of the ACM, Volume 37 (7) – Jul 1, 1994

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Association for Computing Machinery
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Copyright © 1994 by ACM Inc.
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0001-0782
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10.1145/176789.176801
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integrated &I: An Architecture Agents manage a diverse set of agents? How do the agents communicate? What knowledge is required by a  agent and is it shared with other agents? Do the agents know ofone another and if so, what relationships exist? Does a  agent demonstrate œintelligent  behavior or does œintelligent  behavior emerge from the coexistence of the œactive  state of the many diverse agents? In addressing these questions, a design theory for a  architecture of integrated agents, influenced by Minsky ™s Society of Mind (SOM) theory [12, 131, was defined and implemented. In this work, aspects of spatial, structural, functional, temporal, causal, explanation-based, and casebased reasoning (see Note I in Glossary) capabilities were integrated in M via (1) a œsemantic network  (see Note 2 in Glossary), (2) a œrule-based system  (see Note 3 in Glossary), (3) Minsky ™s K-lineslpolynemes, transframes, and pronomes (see Notes 4-6 in Glossary), and (4) scripts (see Note 7 in Glossary). The basic theory of this work takes the position that a  assistant that can classify and explain actions applied to objects within a highly dynamic world should be functionally effective if it can

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Published: Jul 1, 1994

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