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The second part of this talk is dedicated to using plans in dynamic, unpredictable and real environment --- and not building plans under classical assumptions, as this is the case in the first part. Building a plan, and then executing it (the “plan-then-execute” paradigm) is inappropriate in dynamic, unpredictable, real environments where things usually do not unfold as expected: Re-planning, at least, and interleaving planning and execution is required. We present several existing agent’s architectures, from reactive ones (e.g., Brooks’ subsumption architecture) to cognitive ones (e.g., 2-level, 3-level, ontology-based). The second part of this talk is dedicated to using plans in dynamic, unpredictable and real environment --- and not building plans under classical assumptions, as this is the case in the first part. Building a plan, and then executing it (the “plan-then-execute” paradigm) is inappropriate in dynamic, unpredictable, real environments where things usually do not unfold as expected: Re-planning, at least, and interleaving planning and execution is required. We present several existing agent’s architectures, from reactive ones (e.g., Brooks’ subsumption architecture) to cognitive ones (e.g., 2-level, 3-level, ontology-based).
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