Declarative programming for agent applications
This paper introduces the execution model of a declarative programming language intended for agent applications. Features supported by the language include functional and logic programming idioms, higher-order functions, modal computation, probabilistic computation, and some theorem-proving capabilities. The need for these features is motivated and examples are given to illustrate the central ideas.
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|Source:||Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems|
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