Jung, D L; Zelinsky, Alex
The Architecture for Behaviour-Based Agents (ABBA) is an architecture designed to illustrate that situated agents can exhibit sophisticated planning while retaining reactivity, without resorting to hybrid architectures. In particular, unified planning for spatial and topological navigation, cooperation and communication can be achieved using an appropriate action selection scheme. Joint-planning of cooperative behaviour in a multi-robot system arises as a natural consequence of considering...[Show more]
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