ZUNINO SUAREZ Alejandro Octavio
Object-Agent Oriented Programming
AMANDI, A.; ITURREGUI, R.; ZUNINO, A.
SADIO Electronic Journal of Informatic and Operation Research
Año: 1999 vol. 2 p. 5 - 5
Object-oriented programming has been used for building intelligent agents, with the limitation it cannot represent complex mental attitudes. With logic programming it is possible to represent and infer relationships among mental attitudes such as intentions, goals and beliefs, with limitations in the usage of capabilities of action.This paper presents two alternatives for integrating object-oriented with logic programming, which enable agent programming. Java and Smalltalk have been used for providing one typed and another non-typed integration with Prolog.