Nareyek, A. 2002. |
Constraint-Based Agents - An Architecture for Constraint-Based Modeling and Local-Search-Based Reasoning for Planning and Scheduling in Open and Dynamic Worlds.
Künstliche Intelligenz 2(2002): 51-53.
The paper presents an overview of Alexander Nareyek's PhD thesis, which focuses on intelligent autonomous agents that can act in a goal-directed manner under real-time constraints and with incomplete knowledge, situated in a dynamic environment where resources may be restricted. To realize such agents, constraint programming, local search, AI planning and scheduling techniques are enhanced and combined. The application domain of computer games serves as an example here.
For the complete PhD thesis, please follow this link.
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