Analysis of Artificial Intellectual Agents for E-Learning Systems

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Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University
Lviv Politechnik National University, Department of Information Systems and Networks
Lviv Politechnik National University
Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University

The key terms and basic concepts of the agent are analyzed. The structured general classification of agents according to the representation of the model of the external environment, by the type of processing information and by the functions performed is given. The classification of artificial agents (intellectual, reflex, impulsive, trophic) also is s analyzed. The necessary conditions for the implementation of a certain behavior by the agent are given, as well as the scheme of functioning of the intelligent agent. The levels of knowledge that play a key role in the architecture of the agent are indicated. The functional diagram of a learning agent that works relatively independently, demonstrating flexible behavior. It is discussed that the functional scheme of the reactive agent determines the dependence on the environment. The properties of the intelligent agent are described in detail and the block diagram is indicated. Various variants of agent architectures, in particular neural network agent architectures, are considered. The organization of level interaction in the multilevel agent architecture is proposed. Considerable attention is paid to the Will-architecture and InteRRaP- architecture of agents. A multilevel architecture for an autonomous agent of a Turing machine is considered.

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