JAM: A BDI-Theoretic Mobile Agent Architecture

 
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Huber, Marcus J. (2000) JAM: A BDI-Theoretic Mobile Agent Architecture. AgentLink News (5). pp. 2-5.

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Abstract

JAM is a hybrid intelligent agent architecture that provides rich and extensive plan and procedural representations, metalevel and utility-based reasoning over multiple simultaneous goals, and goal-driven and event-driven behavior that are a combination of our own ideas and those of others. JAM draws upon the theories and ideas of the Procedural Reasoning System (PRS), Structured Circuit Semantics (SCS), and Act plan interlingua. JAM also draws upon the implementation pragmatics of the University of Michigan’s and SRI International’s implementation of PRS (UMPRS and PRS-CL, respectively). This article briefly describes JAM’s major features and characteristics.

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