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 <​p><​b>​There are four distinct themes. Each can be done by one student:</​b></​p>​ <​p><​b>​There are four distinct themes. Each can be done by one student:</​b></​p>​
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-<font color="​blue">​Theme 1</​font><​br/>​ +<font color="​blue">​Theme 1</​font><​br/> ​
-POSH - The POSH reactive planner allows for evaluation of plans guiding bots, virtual animals or virtual humans. The planner is currently implemented in Python and it would be benefitial to have it in Java, for performance reasons. Extending the POSH-syntax would also be benefitial, because POSH doesn'​t support variables and constants within plans. The task - reimplement and possibly extend the POSH planner in Java.<​br/>​ +
-<​b>​Further readings</​b>:​ </​html>​ [[http://​cs.bath.ac.uk/​~jjb/​web/​posh.html|Bryson - POSH]]<​html>​ +
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-<font color="​blue">​Theme 2</​font><​br/> ​+
 SOAR - This project is concerned with integrating the jSoar with Pogamut. The result would be a jSoar-Pogamut agent for UT2004 driven by Soar rules. The focus of work will be in implementating an adapter which will mediate senses/​actions between Pogamut and Soar.<​br/>​ SOAR - This project is concerned with integrating the jSoar with Pogamut. The result would be a jSoar-Pogamut agent for UT2004 driven by Soar rules. The focus of work will be in implementating an adapter which will mediate senses/​actions between Pogamut and Soar.<​br/>​
 <​b>​Further readings</​b>:</​html>​ [[http://​sitemaker.umich.edu/​soar/​home|SOAR]],​ [[http://​code.google.com/​p/​jsoar/​|jSOAR]]<​html>​ <​b>​Further readings</​b>:</​html>​ [[http://​sitemaker.umich.edu/​soar/​home|SOAR]],​ [[http://​code.google.com/​p/​jsoar/​|jSOAR]]<​html>​
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-<font color="​blue">​Theme ​3</​font><​br/>​ +<font color="​blue">​Theme ​2</​font><​br/>​
-ACT-R - ACT-R integration will extend the already existing implementation of ACT-R <-> Pogamut bridge. The existing implementation incorporates only a subset of the entire ACT-R architecture. The main work will focus on extending the already present integration. The student is expected to spend some time on preparing an example bot.<​br/>​ +
-<​b>​Further readings</​b>:</​html>​ [[http://​jactr.org/​|jACT-R]],​ [[http://​artemis.ms.mff.cuni.cz/​pogamut/​tiki-index.php?​page=PojACT-R|PojACT-R]]<​html>​ +
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 2APL – 2APL is an agent oriented programming language capitalizing on the belief-desire-intention (BDI) paradigm. Similar to previous themes, the focus of this work will be on connecting 2APL to Pogamut, creating an example bot and exploring the limitations of this approach.<​br/>​ 2APL – 2APL is an agent oriented programming language capitalizing on the belief-desire-intention (BDI) paradigm. Similar to previous themes, the focus of this work will be on connecting 2APL to Pogamut, creating an example bot and exploring the limitations of this approach.<​br/>​
 <​b>​Further readings</​b>:</​html>​ [[http://​www.cs.uu.nl/​2apl/​|2-APL]]<​html>​ <​b>​Further readings</​b>:</​html>​ [[http://​www.cs.uu.nl/​2apl/​|2-APL]]<​html>​
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