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A Virtual Prolog Approach to Implementing Beliefs, Desires and Intentions in Animat Agents

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A Virtual Prolog Approach to Implementing Beliefs, Desires and Intentions in Animat Agents
Simulating a system of agents that navigate in a physical space is a challenging problem when the environment is sophisticated and the number of agents involved is large. We describe experiments in establishing a “virtual Prolog engine” in each agent in a simulation and the scalability and performance issues with such an approach. We report on experiments with a simple predator-prey animat model and discuss how this approach allows us to impart a degree of reasoning and intelligence to what are otherwise very simple animat agents.
Kenneth A. Hawick, Heath A. James, C. J. Scogings
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AUSAI
Authors Kenneth A. Hawick, Heath A. James, C. J. Scogings
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