Reflexive Response to Stimuli (Reactive Response)
A general paradigm for behavior is Perceive-Think-Act. However, in
order to react quickly to dynamic
environmental events, some architectures
respond instantly to external stimuli, a quality often called
reflexiveness. This may lend the system some extra speed when the event
has been experienced previously (i.e., the reflex may be
learned as well
as innate) and the reaction can be performed instantly without having to
plan a response. Other systems always
deliberate before acting.
Architectures having this agent property include:
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