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lirec_architecture [2009-01-15 12:07]
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lirec_architecture [2009-01-15 12:19]
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   * Level 2 - Logical mappings of devices into competencies   * Level 2 - Logical mappings of devices into competencies
   * Level 3 - ION, platform independent   * Level 3 - ION, platform independent
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 +=====Level 2 Architecture=====
  
 Level 2 will provide a reference architecture with modular capabilities called competencies. Not all competencies will make sense for all platforms, and different implementations of the same competency will be needed for different platforms. Level 2 will provide a reference architecture with modular capabilities called competencies. Not all competencies will make sense for all platforms, and different implementations of the same competency will be needed for different platforms.
  
-=====Competencies table=====+====Competencies table====
  
 ^ Actuation ^^^^ Sensing ^^^^^^ ^ Actuation ^^^^ Sensing ^^^^^^
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 ====Appraisal==== ====Appraisal====
  
-Appraisal is the process of mapping input events to affective changes - how the agent's current "emotional state" should react to things happening in the outside world. The exact nature of this mapping forms an important part of the agent'"personality".+Appraisal is the process of mapping input events to affective changes - how the agent's current "emotional state" should react to things happening in the outside world. The exact nature of this mapping forms an important part of the agent'perceived personality.
  
 ====Coping/Reasoning/Planning==== ====Coping/Reasoning/Planning====
  
-Similar to appraisal, but in reverse - what should be done given the agent's current affective state.+Similar to appraisal, but in reverse - what should be done given the agent's current affective state, along with it's current tasks etc.
  
 ====Affective State==== ====Affective State====
  
-The affective state is the "emotionalstate of the agent, it needs to influence all decision making the agent carries out, whether it's part of the long term planning strategy, or the more reactive decisions.+The affective state is the emotional state of the agent, it needs to influence all decision making the agent carries out, whether it's part of the long term planning strategy, or the more reactive decisions.
  
 As the affective state feeds into the appraisal, which in turn feeds into the affective state, a feedback mechanism is created, which helps the agent adapt to changing events. As the affective state feeds into the appraisal, which in turn feeds into the affective state, a feedback mechanism is created, which helps the agent adapt to changing events.
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