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By Alejandro G. Stankevicius, Marcela Capobianco (auth.), Leliane N. Barros, Marcelo Finger, Aurora T. Pozo, Gustavo A. Gimenénez-Lugo, Marcos Castilho (eds.)

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This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty first Brazilian Symposium on man made Intelligence, SBIA 2012, held in Curitiba, Brazil, in October 2012. The 23 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from eighty one submissions. The papers conceal the subsequent subject matters: wisdom illustration, computer studying, desktop studying and desktop imaginative and prescient, agent-based and multi-agent structures, robotics and language, in addition to constraints.

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We will focus in just one moment of time (a time tick) in the schema execution herein to try to characterize the properties the schema should have to fit in ACD and ZSCC prerogatives. To do so, first we will describe the agent and schema properties. The agent has sensors and actuators to interact with its environment. Let S¯ be the set of all agent sensor states and A¯ be the set of all agent actuator states. In the same way the sensorimotor schema has its own sensors and actuators which are taken from the agent’s sensorimotor apparatus.

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