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Title: Agents and their environments
Authors: Dr. Srinivasan Sunderrajan
The world itself is a very complex place
for architecture agents to act in. Most
architectures are designed to only deal
with fractions of the total possible
environmental complexity by acting in
particular domains. For example, some
architectures assume that the world is
static and that the only things that
change in the world are via an agent's
actions. Other architectures may operate
in dynamic environments but require
that world be consistent or predictable.
The links below briefly describe and
define some of the possible
environmental considerations made
when developing cognitive architectures,
mostly without direct reference to
specific architectures.
Key Words : test bed , closed world
assumption , Agent , Sensor , Actuator ,
Multi-agent system .