Interactive autonomous agents


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Programme ROBEA (2002)

This project focused on computer modeling and experimental study in cognitive psychology of decision-making action of a group of interacting agents, based on the interpretation of actions performed by others.

Besides the LRDE, the project partners were:

The contribution of the LRDE was the realization of the "simulation" software. It was about replacing the existing platform StarLogo (developed by MIT) in order to facilitate the integration of the agents' behaviors as well as the behavioral changes of the agents. One of the goals justifying this replacement was to provide intensive simulations.