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Declarative abstractions for agent based hybrid control systems

By Louise A. Dennis, Michael Fisher, Nicholas K. Lincoln, Alexei Lisitsa and Sandor M. Veres


Abstract. Modern control systems are limited in their ability to react flexibly and autonomously to changing situations by the complexity inherent in analysing environments where many variables are present. We aim to use an agent approach to help alleviate this problem and are particularly interested in the control of satellite systems using BDI agent programming as pioneered by the PRS. Such systems need to generate discrete abstractions from continuous data and then use these abstractions in rational decision making. This paper provides an architecture and interaction semantics for an abstraction engine to interact with a hybrid BDI-based control system.

Year: 2010
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