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 There are several reasons why this problem is not trivial and so interests a lot of researchers both in artificial intelligence and cognitive science: There are several reasons why this problem is not trivial and so interests a lot of researchers both in artificial intelligence and cognitive science:
  
-  *the agents typically act in dynamic and unpredictable environments +  * the agents typically act in dynamic and unpredictable environments 
-  *the agents typically acts in real time, therefore they must make decisions in a timely fashion +  * the agents typically acts in real time, therefore they must make decisions in a timely fashion 
-  *humans are typically allowed to interact with the agents (and can be prejudicial to them) +  * humans are typically allowed to interact with the agents (and can be prejudicial to them) 
-  *the agents are typically created to perform several tasks, which can be conflicting in terms of resources allocation +  * the agents are typically created to perform several tasks, which can be conflicting in terms of resources allocation 
-  *the agents are often models of animals/​humans,​ and animal/​human [[behavior|behaviour]] is quite complicated+  * the agents are often models of animals/​humans,​ and animal/​human [[behavior|behaviour]] is quite complicated
  
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 ====== ​ External links ====== ====== ​ External links ======
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   * The University of Memphis: [[http://​www.msci.memphis.edu/​~classweb/​comp7990/​fall2002/​action.htm|Agents by action selection]]   * The University of Memphis: [[http://​www.msci.memphis.edu/​~classweb/​comp7990/​fall2002/​action.htm|Agents by action selection]]
   * Michael Wooldridge: [[http://​www.csc.liv.ac.uk/​~mjw/​pubs/​mas99.pdf|Introduction to agents and their action selection mechanisms]]   * Michael Wooldridge: [[http://​www.csc.liv.ac.uk/​~mjw/​pubs/​mas99.pdf|Introduction to agents and their action selection mechanisms]]
   * Cyril Brom: [[http://​ksvi.mff.cuni.cz/​~brom/​teaching.html#​umelebytosti|Slides on a course on action selection of artificial beings]]   * Cyril Brom: [[http://​ksvi.mff.cuni.cz/​~brom/​teaching.html#​umelebytosti|Slides on a course on action selection of artificial beings]]
  
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