Notes and Reading - Lecture #14
Lecture #14 was a seminar on "Logics for multi-agent systems"
There are no notes for this lecture
The reading assignments for this seminar are:
M. Wooldridge. Practical Reasoning with Procedural Knowledge: A Logic of BDI Agents with Know-How. In D. M. Gabbay and H.-J. Ohlbach, editors, Proceedings of the International Conference on Formal and Applied Practical Reasoning. Springer-Verlag, June 1996.
The questions you have to answer before class are:
Short answers (a couple of sentences) only are required, but I must
have them midnight the night before class.
- What new aspects of the BDI model (as compared with that
presented in the Bratman, Pollack and Israel paper) does this paper
- To what extent are these extensions consistent with your
understanding of the original model?
- What deficiencies can you see in the overall model as presented
in this paper?