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This volume represents an advanced, comprehensive state-of-the-art survey of the field of rational agency as it stands today. It covers the philosophical foundations of rational agency, logical and decision-theoretic approaches to rational agency, multi-agent aspects of rational agency and a number of approaches to programming rational agents. It will be of interest to researchers in logic, mainstream computer science, the philosophy of rational action and agency, and economics.
Foundations of Rational Agency; A. Rao, M. Wooldridge.
Rationality and Intelligence; S. Russell.
What Sort of Architecture is Required for a Human-like Agent? A. Sloman.
Planning Agents; J.L. Pollock.
Toward Rational Interactions in Multiagent Domains; P.J. Gmytrasiewicz.
Know-How; S.P. Singh.
An Integrated Modal Approach to Rational Agents; W. van der Hoek, et al.
Speech Acts for Dialogue Agents; D.R. Traum.
Communication among Rational Agents; A. Haddadi.
The Evolution of Shared Plans; B.J. Grosz, S. Kraus. A Survey of A Gent-Oriented Programming; S.R. Thomas.
A Situation Calculus Approach to Modeling and Programming Agents; Y. Lespérance, et al.