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Franklin S. (1997) Autonomous agents as embodied AI. Special issue on epistemological aspects of embodied artificial intelligence. Cybernetics and Systems 28(6): 499–520.
This paper is primarily concerned with answering two questions: What are necessary elements of embodied architectures? How are we to proceed in a science of embodied systems? Autonomous agents, more specifically cogni- tive agents, are offered as the appropriate objects of study for embodied AI. The necessary elements of the architectures of these agents are then those of embodied AI as well. A concrete proposal is presented as to how to proceed with such a study. This proposal includes a synergistic parallel employment of an engineering approach and a scientific approach. It also supports the exploration of design space and of niche space. A general architecture for a cognitive agent is outlined and discussed.
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