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While the Belief, Desire, Intention (BDI) framework is one of the most influential and appealing approaches to rational agent architectures, a gulf often exists between the high-level BDI model and its practical realisation. In contrast, the Concurrent METATEM language, being based upon executable formal specifications, presents a close link between the theory and implementation, yet lacks some of the features considered central to the representation of rational agents. In this paper, wedblp:conf/ijcai/Fisher97 fatcat:nwcwjnd4xje2lmpyyrwuk5dc5i