9 edition of Constructing intelligent agents with Java found in the catalog.
|Statement||Joseph Bigus, Jennifer Bigus.|
|Contributions||Bigus, Jennifer, 1960-|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.I58 B563 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 379 p. :|
|Number of Pages||379|
|LC Control Number||97037931|
These include in particular the architectural possibilities for constructing intelligent software agents and cooperation and communication in multiagent systems. Following the discussion of relevant development methods and tools, the application areas for intelligent software agents are explained. The most commonly used techniques include machine learning, stored knowledge, rules, and so on. In this section, we will focus on machine learning. In this method, the way we impart intelligence to an agent is through data and training. Let's see how an intelligent agent interacts with the environment.
Intelligent agents are in immense use today and its usage will only expand in the future. Recommended Articles. This is a guide to Intelligent Agents. Here we discuss the structure and some rules along with the five types of intelligent agents on the basis of their capability range and extent of intelligence. simulations of multi-agent systems, and is useful for highlighting various issues involved with their implementation that perhaps a more traditional language such as Java or C/C++ would obscure. NetLogo is implemented in Java and has very compact and readable code, and therefore is ideal for demonstrating complicated ideas in a succinct way.
tems. It covers everything a practitioner needs to know to build multi-agent systems of intelligent agents. It includes an introduction to the notion of agents, a description of the concepts involved, and a software engineering methodology covering speciﬁcation, analysis, design and implementation of agent systems. The core of the book is the. which aims to construct agents that exhibit aspects of intelligent behaviour. The notion of an ‘agent’ is thus central to AI. It is perhaps surprising, therefore, that until the mid to late s, researchers from mainstream AI gave relatively little consideration to the issues surrounding agent synthesis.
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Constructing intelligent agents with Java: a programmer's guide to smarter applications. Joseph P. Bigus, Jennifer Bigus. Allows programmers to add complex features to agents, increasing the automated tasks they can perform.
This book teaches programmers the fundamentals of Java-based agents, first teaching how to design agents that can reason, recognize events, model, and even learn. Java has proven to be the clear language-of-choice for constructing agents and multi-agent systems. Many of the reasons for this second edition are due to the rapid evolution and maturing of the Java language and programming environment.
Constructing intelligent agents with Java: a programmer's guide to smarter applications by Bigus, Joseph P; Bigus, Jennifer, Pages: Joseph and Jennifer Bigus update and significantly expand their book on building intelligent Web-based applications using Java.
Geared to network programmers or Web developers who have previously programmed agents in Smalltalk or C++, this practical book explains in detail how to construct agents capable of learning and competing, including.
Constructing Intelligent Agents with Java 作者: Joseph P. Bigus / Jennifer Bigus 出版社: Wiley 副标题: A Programmer's Guide to Smarter Applications 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Full text of the second edition of Artificial Intelligence: foundations of computational agents, Cambridge University Press, is now available.
This book is published by Cambridge University Press, Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the field that studies the synthesis and analysis of computational agents that act intelligently. Let us examine each part of this definition.
An agent is something that acts in an environment - it does something. Agents include worms, dogs, thermostats, airplanes, robots, humans, companies, and countries. Bigus and Bigus () states a general programming language, such as Java, can model intelligent agents; however, the multi-method software platform Any-Logic 7 eliminates the need to create.
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JACK is a third generation agent framework, designed to be a set of lightweight components with high performance and strong typing. We discuss the advantages and issues of using Java to implement such an Intelligent Agent framework.
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Get this from a library. Constructing intelligent agents with Java: a programmer's guide to smarter applications. [Joseph P Bigus; Jennifer Bigus] -- The authors explain the principles of AI program design using Java's object-oriented features and present the essential AI algorithms used to develop agents that reason, model, and learn to adapt to.
be used to implement Intelligent Agents. Finally, we specify why JAVA is suitable for writing the code of Intelligent Agents. II. INTELLIGENT AGENT An intelligent agent is a set of independent software tools or components linked with other applications and database File Size: 95KB.Intelligent Agents: An intelligent agent is an autonomous entity which act upon an environment using sensors and actuators for achieving goals.
An intelligent agent may learn from the environment to achieve their goals. A thermostat is an example of an intelligent agent. Following are the main four rules for an AI agent.Vacuum Cleaner World Introduction; In the book Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Chapter 2 (Intelligent Agents) takes a vacuum-cleaner world to describe the concept of agent function, agent program, and agent the simple world, the vacuum cleaner agent has a location sensor and a dirt sensor so that it knows where it is (room A or room B) and whether the room is dirty.