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The process begins with the external event (if there is one) triggering instances of pre-existing plans from the plan library (the belief set is used to test the context conditions of these plans): one selected plan is then added to the intention structure. e. the precondition of the next action in the plan body is believed to hold) constitute the options available to the agent in that state. The agent selects one such plan for execution, involving, if the next action in this plan is of the form achieve γ, selecting an instance of a plan from the plan library whose postcondition logically implies γ and whose precondition and context are believed, and updating the set of intentions accordingly.
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Are the ways of executing π in that state), taking into account the belief alternatives of the states. The semantics of action must distinguish between doing an action and attempting to do an action, as the PRS-like agent cannot guarantee success. For this, the language of programs includes special actions of the form attempt π; typically an execution state satisfies do(attempt π) while what the agent intends is do(π) (a successful attempt to do π). In our work on the formal semantics of PRS-like agents, we developed a logical language of beliefs and intentions called ADL (Agent Dynamic Logic) for reasoning about BDI agents, based on both Rao and Georgeff’s BDI-CTL , which extends CTL (Computation Tree Logic) with modal operators for modelling beliefs, desires (goals) and intentions, and PDL (Propositional Dynamic Logic), which includes modal operators corresponding to program terms.