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    A Systematic Approach to Artificial Agents

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    Agents and agent systems are becoming more and more important in the development of a variety of fields such as ubiquitous computing, ambient intelligence, autonomous computing, intelligent systems and intelligent robotics. The need for improvement of our basic knowledge on agents is very essential. We take a systematic approach and present extended classification of artificial agents which can be useful for understanding of what artificial agents are and what they can be in the future. The aim of this classification is to give us insights in what kind of agents can be created and what type of problems demand a specific kind of agents for their solution.

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    Title : A Systematic Approach to Artificial Agents
    Author(s) : Mark Burgin, Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
    Abstract : Agents and agent systems are becoming more and more important in the development of a variety of fields such as ubiquitous computing, ambient intelligence, autonomous computing, intelligent systems and intelligent robotics. The need for improvement of our basic knowledge on agents is very essential. We take a systematic approach and present extended classification of artificial agents which can be useful for understanding of what artificial agents are and what they can be in the future. The aim of this classification is to give us insights in what kind of agents can be created and what type of problems demand a specific kind of agents for their solution.
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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2009

    Affiliations Mälardalen University, School of Innovation, Design and Engineering, Computer Science Lab, Västerås, Sweden
    Journal : Strategy
    Publisher : arXiv:0902.3513v1
    Url : http://arxiv.org/abs/0902.3513

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