IAGO Project and development of compound agents
Hiles, John E.
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The IAGO Project explores the question of whether a software model, in the form of a computational model of cognitive behavior, can contribute to better anticipation of symmetrical threats. The computational model used in IAGO is based on Cognitive Blending, a theoretical model proposed in the Cognitive Sciences to explain fundamental or backstage cognitive operations in the brain. This model was implemented with the use of multiagent systems that coordinated their activity with a bio-inspired operator called a Connector. This operator and several others used in the IAGO Project have been incorporated into a programming library, called the CMAS Libary. CMAS stands for Compound Multiagent System. Compound refers to multiagent systems, in which at least some of the agents contain embedded multiagent systems. In the case of IAGO these embedded systems implement Cognitive Blending.
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