Graded BDI Models for Agent Architectures

@inproceedings{Casali2004GradedBM,
  title={Graded BDI Models for Agent Architectures},
  author={Ana Casali and Lluis Godo and Carles Sierra},
  booktitle={CLIMA},
  year={2004}
}
In the recent past, an increasing number of multiagent systems (MAS) have been designed and implemented to engineer complex distributed systems. Several previous works have proposed theories and architectures to give these systems a formal support. Among them, one of the most widely used is the BDI agent architecture presented by Rao and Georgeff. We consider that in order to apply agents in real domains, it is important for the formal models to incorporate a model to represent and reason under… CONTINUE READING

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