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In Proceedings AAAI-98 Workshop on Software Tools for

By Developing Agents, Brian Logan, Jeremy Baxter, Toolkit For and Aaron Sloman

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This paper identi es a collection of high level questions which need to be posed by designers of toolkits for developing intelligent agents (e.g. What kinds of scenarios are to be developed? What sorts of agent architectures are required? What are the scenarios to be used for? Are speed and ease of development more or less important than speed and robustness of the nal system?). It then considers some of the toolkit design options relevant to these issues, including some concerned with multi-agent systems and some concerned with individual intelligent agents of high internal complexity, including human-like agents. A con ict is identi ed between requirements for exploring new types of agent designs and requirements for formal speci cation, veri ability and e ciency. The paper ends with some challenges for computer science theorists posed by complex systems of interacting agents

Year: 2012
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