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Agents and Objects

  • Main differences:
    • agents are autonomous:
      agents embody stronger notion of autonomy than objects, and in particular, they decide for themselves whether or not to perform an action on request from another agent
    • agents are smart:
      capable of flexible (reactive, pro-active, social) behavior, and the standard object model has nothing to say about such types of behavior
    • agents are active:
      a multi-agent system is inherently multi-threaded, in that each agent is assumed to have at least one thread of active control

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