Context-mediated behavior for intelligent agents

@article{Turner1998ContextmediatedBF,
  title={Context-mediated behavior for intelligent agents},
  author={Roy M. Turner},
  journal={Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud.},
  year={1998},
  volume={48},
  pages={307-330}
}
Humans and other animals are exquisitely attuned to their context. Context affects almost all aspects of behavior, and it does so for the most part automatically, without a conscious reasoning effort. This would be a very useful property for an artificial agent to have: upon recognizing its context, the agent’s behavior would automatically adjust to fit it. This paper describes context-mediated behavior (CMB), an approach to contextsensitive behavior we have developed over the past few years… CONTINUE READING
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