Agent

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Agent may refer to:

Espionage, investigation, and law[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Agent (The Matrix), a group of characters in the series
  • Agent 38/Charlie Watkins, an undercover male agent and master of disguise (played by Angelique Pettyjohn and Karen Arthur), in the 1960s television series Get Smart
  • Agent 44, Agent 13's predecessor played by Victor French and Al Molinaro in the 1960s television series Get Smart
  • Agent 86/Maxwell Smart, played by Don Adams in the 1960s television series Get Smart
  • Agent 99, played by Barbara Feldon in the 1960s television series Get Smart
  • Agent K-13/Fang, a poorly trained CONTROL dog in the 1960s television series Get Smart
  • Agent Larabee, played by Robert Karvelas in the 1960s television series Get Smart and by David Koechner in the 2008 film
  • The Agents, superhuman characters in Seven Samurai 20XX

Films[edit]

Music[edit]

Groups and labels[edit]

Songs[edit]

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Agent (TV series), the Polish version of the reality competition television series The Mole that debuted in 2000
  • Agent (video game), an stealth action game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Game

Science and technology[edit]

Biology and chemistry[edit]

Computing[edit]

  • Agent architecture, a blueprint for software agents and control systems
  • Agent-based model, a computational model for simulating the actions and interactions of individuals
  • Intelligent agent, an autonomous, goal-directed entity which observes and acts upon an environment
  • Software agent, a piece of software that acts for a user or other program

Other uses[edit]

  • Agent (economics), an actor and decision maker in a model
  • Agent (grammar), in linguistics, the thematic relation of a cause or initiator to an event
  • Agent (philosophy), the capacity of an actor to act in a given environment
  • Agent (psychology), the ability to recognize or attribute agency in humans and non-human animals
  • Agent noun, a word identifying an actor, derived from a word denoting an action
  • Cleaning agent, a substance used to remove bad smells, clutter, dirt, dust, or stains on surfaces

See also[edit]