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Belief Change in the Context of Fallible Actions and Observations

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Belief Change in the Context of Fallible Actions and Observations
We consider the iterated belief change that occurs following an alternating sequence of actions and observations. At each instant, an agent has some beliefs about the action that occurs as well as beliefs about the resulting state of the world. We represent such problems by a sequence of ranking functions, so an agent assigns a quantitative plausibility value to every action and every state at each point in time. The resulting formalism is able to represent fallible knowledge, erroneous perception, exogenous actions, and failed actions. We illustrate that our framework is a generalization of several existing approaches to belief change, and it appropriately captures the non-elementary interaction between belief update and belief revision.
Aaron Hunter, James P. Delgrande
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Updated 30 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2006
Where AAAI
Authors Aaron Hunter, James P. Delgrande
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