Agent architecture

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Agent architecture in computer science is a blueprint for software agents and intelligent control systems, depicting the arrangement of components. The architectures implemented by intelligent agents are referred to as cognitive architectures.[1] The term agent is a conceptual idea, but not defined precisely. It consists of facts, set of goals and sometimes a plan library.[2]

Types[edit]

Reactive architectures[edit]

Deliberative reasoning architectures[edit]

Layered/hybrid architectures[edit]

  • 3T
  • AuRA
  • Brahms
  • GAIuS
  • GRL
  • ICARUS
  • InteRRaP
  • TinyCog
  • TouringMachines

Cognitive architectures[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Comparison of Agent Architectures Archived August 27, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Leon Sterling; Kuldar Taveter (2009). The Art of Agent-oriented Modeling. MIT Press. pp. 145–. ISBN 978-0-262-01311-6.