Re: Help needed in developing intelligent agent
Thank you very much for:
all three of you for showing me some direction to go ahead with the
implementation. I will explore them and request help if needed.
Thank you very much indeed.
--- In email@example.com, Osamah alsaidi <ibnalsaidi@y...> wrote:
> First of all, "Knowledge base", this could be your database of
facts. If you are using prolog then u can start by building a small
set of facts in a simple file. Now intelligent agent ... well thats
the good thing about having a book. If you notice, agents differ in
characteristics. Now for example, some of them remember what they did
in previous state, some of them don't, some of them update their own
environment, some of them share the same environment with other
agents. Now, this all depends on what kind of intelligent agent u r
trying to build. Maybe also you want to build a learning agent. I
haven't read the book, but for a start and if it is your first
program, then you might investigate the theoritical concepts in the
book and for example, if the book says agents of type xx communicate
through a common knowledge base, then you encode this in your program
(but following a formal definition, ex, FSM steps) code. Ex, in prolog
both agents can update the same environment using
> assert or retract (beware these two commands donot retract if
query fails). I never used java for this, but think perhaps two agents
update the same object (a separate object).
> Thats all I can think of at this moment, hope it helps.
> Good luck.
> mohan_bg2003 <mohan_bg2003@y...> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I want to develop an intelligent agent with a small knowledge base.
> But I am not able to find out how to start implementing that. What i
> am finding in "aima" is the theoritical part of developing an
> intelligent agent.
> Can anybody give me some directions how to start developing an
> intelligent agent(start implementing) and what are the tools available
> and required to develop such an intelligent agent.
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
"mohan_bg2003" <mohan_bg2003@y...> wrote:
> Hi,You are very welcome.
> Thank you very much for:
> AT Murray
> Mohammad Assarian
> Osamah alsaidi
> all three of you for showing me some direction to go ahead with the
> implementation. I will explore them and request help if needed.
> Thank you very much indeed.
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http://mind.sourceforge.net/mind4th.html -- Mind.Forth as in
http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/307824.307853 (1998 ACM) and
http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1052883.1052885 (2004 ACM).
http://mind.sourceforge.net/theory5.html is the AI theory.
http://mind.sourceforge.net/m4thuser.html is the User Manual.
It has taken many years to solve AI in both theory and software.
Now all the AI textbooks ought to be rewritten about True AI.
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