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Authors: Mikhail Prokopenko and Marc Butler
Article title: Tactical Reasoning in Synthetic Multi-Agent Systems: a Case Study
Publ. type: Article
Volume: 4
Article No: 39
Language: English
Abstract [en]: The paper describes a hierarchy of logic-based agent architectures and proposes a framework for formalising tactical reasoning in dynamic multi-agent systems populated by synthetic (software) agents. We first consider basic types of situated agent architectures and their corresponding action theories. Then more complex tactical agent architectures suitable for high-level reasoning are formally defined. This approach is expressive enough to capture a subset of desirable properties from both the situated automata and subsumption-style architectures, while retaining the rigour and clarity of logic-based representation. In addition, it allows us to systematically and uniformly embed reactive plans, ramifications, task-oriented and, potentially, goal-directed behaviour. The framework is successfully realised in the RoboCup Simulation League domain.
Publisher: Linköping University Electronic Press
Year: 1999
Available: 1999-12-22
No. of pages: 8
Series: Linköping Electronic Articles in Computer and Information Science
ISSN: 1401-9841

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