Testbed For Intelligent Agent: A survey

  • Ahmed M Kareem College of Computer Science and and Information Technology , Al_Qadisiya University, Diwaniyah,Iraq
  • Ali Obied College of Computer Science and and Information Technology , Al_Qadisiya University , Diwaniyah,Iraq
Keywords: Benchmark and Testbed, Intelligent Agent, Classical Planning, TileWorld, PHOENIX

Abstract

Revealing the features of the intelligent agent and its interactive behavior with complex environments whose events cannot be expected is a source of interest for researchers. What we will put in the hands of the interested person is to review key concepts in the design and implementation of test environments, noting the importance of the testbed, in addition to the knowledge bases required by these designs, presenting the definition of the intelligent agent and its features to be disclosed within the testbed. As for the types of test beds and their features, they have an important aspect in these papers.

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Published
2021-07-07
How to Cite
Kareem, A., & Obied, A. (2021). Testbed For Intelligent Agent: A survey. Journal of Al-Qadisiyah for Computer Science and Mathematics, 13(2), Comp Page 23 -. https://doi.org/10.29304/jqcm.2021.13.2.816
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Computer article