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Plexil-Like Plan Execution Control in Agent Programming
Ziafati, Pouyan
2014In Plexil-Like Plan Execution Control in Agent Programming
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Abstract :
[en] BDI-based agent programming languages are well-known technologies for implementing autonomous agents in dynamic environments. Supporting robot programming however requires the plan representation and execution control capabilities of these languages to be extended for 1-) controlling and monitoring the execution of actions in complex arrangements and 2-) coordinating the parallel execution of plans over shared resources. To this end, this paper adapts and extends PLEXIL, an expressive and well-defined robotic plan execution language, for plan representation and execution in BDI-based agent programming languages. The syntax and semantics of the new language is presented and its integration in operational semantics of BDI-based agent programming languages is discussed.
Disciplines :
Computer science
Author, co-author :
Ziafati, Pouyan ;  University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT)
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Title :
Plexil-Like Plan Execution Control in Agent Programming
Publication date :
July 2014
Event name :
The AAAI-14 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (AIROB-14)
Event place :
Québec City, Canada
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Main work title :
Plexil-Like Plan Execution Control in Agent Programming
Peer reviewed :
Peer reviewed
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