A Linearly Quasi-Anticipatory Autonomous Agent Architecture: Some Preliminary Experiments

@inproceedings{Davidsson1995ALQ,
  title={A Linearly Quasi-Anticipatory Autonomous Agent Architecture: Some Preliminary Experiments},
  author={Paul Davidsson},
  booktitle={DAI},
  year={1995}
}
This report presents some initial results from simulations of a linear quasi-anticipatory autonomous agent architecture (ALQAAA), which correspond to a special case of a previously suggested general architecture of anticipatory agents. It integrates low-level reaction with high-level deliberation by embedding an ordinary reactive system based on situation-action rules, called the Reactor, in an anticipatory agent forming a layered hybrid architecture. By treating all agents in the domain… CONTINUE READING

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