Towards Modelling an Intelligent Calendar Agent with LUPS

J. C. Acosta Guadarrama and M. J. Osorio Galindo (Mexico)


agent, calendar, lups, dynamic knowledge, non-monotonicreasoning


We present an application prototype of dynamic knowledge representation programmed in LUPS (a language for up dating logic programs). This is a case study to model in telligent agents in logic and we use a calendar example in order to explain their features, such as non-monotonic rea soning in scheduling appointments, making belief revision, and negotiating proposals. We argue that LUPS is an ex cellent language to model an intelligent calendar agent by means of a practical prototype. Several other challenges are suggested as well, so as to achieve a more powerful and useful multi agent system.

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