Project - Beginning C for Engineers C-Agent Write a program...

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Beginning C for Engineers C-Agent Write a program to implement a conversational agent which plays a game of Lingo if it is asked to. An agent, in general is a controller located in a dynamic, complex and relatively unstructured environment. It can be either software or hardware or a combination of both, but software is almost always needed. Hardware is also brought into play if the environment is physical. . Examples of agents are: web-crawlers, mobile robots, autonomous vehicles, and etc. The agent that you create for this project is only based on software. All-software agents exist in a virtual world. The environment of a software based agent is logical instead of physical and the agent uses certain natural language conversation to communicate with this virtual world – one that is unpredictable, dynamic, large and complex. The agent that you write must act coherently to achieve its goals. The agent controls its environment basically based on the following algorithm: Loop: Obtain information from the outside world. (sensor readings)
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CSCI 1190 taught by Professor Minooaminian during the Spring '08 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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