By Jack Krupansky
A complete, complex agent (CCA) is an agent that that has multiple, conflicting goals, and multiple, mutually-exclusive means of achieving those goals, and can function naturally on its own, rather than being a dependent part of a Multi-Agent System (MAS).
Examples of complete, complex agents are autonomous robots, virtual reality (VR) characters, personified intelligent tutors, and psychologically plausible artificial life (ALife).
See also: complete agent, complex agent.
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