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Knowledge-Based Control of Decision Theoretic Planning - Adaptive Planning Model Selection

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Knowledge-Based Control of Decision Theoretic Planning - Adaptive Planning Model Selection
This paper proposes a new planning architecture for agents operating in uncertain and dynamic environments. Decisiontheoretic planning has been recognized as a useful tool for reasoning under uncertainty; it calculates an optimal plan using a given planning model (state set, action set, probability distributions over possible state transitions, and utility function). In a dynamic environment, however, the current situation may be dierent from what an agent expects and the current planning model may not be feasible. It is, therefore, important for an agent to continuously examine the situation and to use an appropriate planning model. For this purpose, we propose to employ a knowledge-based meta-level reasoner to on-line select an appropriate planning model for an object-level decision-theoretic planning, based on the given knowledge of classi cation of the situation. This architecture could also be eective in reducing the computational cost of decision-theoretic planning by limiting t...
Jun Miura, Yoshiaki Shirai
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where PUK
Authors Jun Miura, Yoshiaki Shirai
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