When can knowledge-based systems be called agents ?

@inproceedings{Sim1992WhenCK,
  title={When can knowledge-based systems be called agents ?},
  author={Jaime Sim and Yves DEMAZEAUOlivier BOISSIERLIFIA},
  year={1992}
}
  • Jaime Sim, Yves DEMAZEAUOlivier BOISSIERLIFIA
  • Published 1992
Distributed Artiicial Intelligence (DAI) has become an established research domain in recent years. As opposed to classical AI approaches, where the metaphor of intelligence is based on an individual human behaviour and the emphasis is put on knowledge representation and inference methods, the metaphor used in DAI is based on social behaviour, and its emphasis is put on actions and interactions. An "intelligent" social behaviour can arise either in the case of coarse-grained "intelligent… CONTINUE READING
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