Using Jason to Implement a Team of Gold Miners
This paper describes a team of agents that took part in the second CLIMA Contest. The team was implemented in a logic-based language for BDI agents and was run in a Java-based interpreter that makes it easy for legacy code to be invoked from within the agents’ practical reasoning. Even though the implementation was not completely finished in time, the team won the competition, and the experience also allowed us to improve various aspects of the interpreter.
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