The behavior-oriented design of modular agent intelligence
Bryson, J. J., 2002. The behavior-oriented design of modular agent intelligence. In: Kowalszyk, R., Muller, J. P., Tianfield, H. and Unland, R., eds. Agent Technologies, Infrastructures, Tools, and Applications for E-Services. Vol. 2592. Springer, pp. 61-76. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
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Behavior-Oriented Design (BOD) is a development methodology for creating complex, complete agents such as virtual-reality characters, autonomous robots, intelligent tutors or intelligent environments. BOD agents are modular, but not multi-agent systems. They use hierarchical reactive plans to perform arbitration between their component modules. BOD provides not only architectural specifications for modules and plans, but a methodology for building them. The BOD methodology is cyclic, consisting of rules for an initial decomposition and heuristics for revising the specification over the process of development.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Bryson, J. J.|
|Editors||Kowalszyk, R., Muller, J. P., Tianfield, H. and Unland, R.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000182992800007|
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