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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The core capability of a rational agent is to choose its next action in a rational fashion, a capability that can be put to good use by a designer to satisfy the design objectives of an agent system. In agent programming languages for rational agents, such choices are derived from the agent's beliefs and goals. At any one time, an agent can typically choose from multiple actions, which may all lead to goal achievement. Existing approaches usually select one of those actionsdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-93920-7_14 fatcat:x65nar76wnf65dbmhyshaqjy3e