Some research in intelligent manufacturing systems summarizes the importance of developing new methods and techniques that should be more knowledge intensive, applied at the level of embedded devices. To bring a solution for this demand we propose an embedded architecture for micro-controllers based on the hypothesis is it possible to introduce intelligence in microcontrollers by applying some solutions from the area of Multiagent Systems and in particular Belief-Desires-Intentions (BDI) agents to model intelligent computational units that are physically embedded in the world. This approach was first formulated by Deepak Kumar and it is adopted as the basis of our research. This research is focused in the development of a BDI architecture which could provide flexible reasoning capabilities wich can cope with complicated tasks executed by an embodied system. The intelligent part is based in procedural reasoning -Belief, Desires and Intentions- (BDI).
CitationOrduña-Cabrera, F., Sànchez-Marrè, M. "An approach for an architecture to embodied procedural reasoning". 2008.
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