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In this paper we use the APOC -- an agent architecture framework intended for the analysis and implementation of complex agent architectures -- to investigate mechanisms of runtime architecture modification and resource management that allow for the specification of simple architectures which can develop into complex architectures at run time. After a brief overview of APOC, we show how a particular way of connecting components in APOC can be used to model various kinds of growing structures and, furthermore, how these structures can form modules to achieve higher level functionality. We also define a preliminary notion of "level of abstraction" for an APOC architecture and present a simple algorithm that can automatically assess the level of abstraction of APOC components in the architecture.

-- Daniel Amyot - 05 Jul 2010


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Title APOC - A Framework for Complex Agents
Authors V. Andronache and M. Scheutz
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium
Publisher AAAI Press
Month -
Year 2003
Pages 18-25
Keywords APOC, Agent, Architecture, Use Case Maps, UCM
Topic revision: r1 - 05 Jul 2010 - 20:39:24 - Daniel Amyot
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