|Type of publication:||Techreport|
|Bibtex cite ID|
|Year published ||2006|
|Institution ||University of Amsterdam|
One of the first requirements for building multi-agent systems with complex and dynamic structures is to have agents that are able to operate in such organizations. Being able to adopt different organizational roles is one of the key requirements for an agent in order to have this ability. Another requirement for the agent we intend to build is the ability to operate in a dynamic environment. This means the agent has to be able to construct a plan for the task it is about to perform and while performing the task, the agent has to be able to evaluate whether the plan is still valid. When changes in the environment have caused the plan to become invalid, the agent needs to be able to generate a new and valid plan for the task. The agent architecture that is described in this document is a step towards an agent that meets these requirements of operating in a dynamic organization and dynamic environment.
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|Total mark: ||5|