robo-CAMAL: A BDI motivational robot

@article{Davis2010roboCAMALAB,
  title={robo-CAMAL: A BDI motivational robot},
  author={Darryl Davis and James Gwatkin},
  journal={Paladyn},
  year={2010},
  volume={1},
  pages={116-129}
}
Motivation is a central concept in the development of autonomous agents and robots. This paper describes an architecture that uses a psychological BDI model of reasoning, combined with a distributed multi-level model of motivation. The robot controlling architecture makes use of a generic set of deliberative components plus an environment task-centred set of reactive components that reflect the architecture’s embodiment. The architecture has been used in a number of simulated environments and… CONTINUE READING

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