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JAIR
2011
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Iterated Belief Change Due to Actions and Observations
In action domains where agents may have erroneous beliefs, reasoning about the effects of actions involves reasoning about belief change. In this paper, we use a transition system...
Aaron Hunter, James P. Delgrande
AAAI
2006
9 years 1 months ago
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 ...
Aaron Hunter, James P. Delgrande
KR
2000
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Iterated Belief Change in the Situation Calculus
The ability to reason about action and change has long been considered a necessary component for any intelligent system. Many proposals have been offered in the past to deal with ...
Steven Shapiro, Maurice Pagnucco, Yves Lespé...
ECAI
2004
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
Representing Beliefs in the Fluent Calculus
Action formalisms like the fluent calculus have been developed to endow logic-based agents with the abilities to reason about the effects of actions, to execute high-level strateg...
Yi Jin, Michael Thielscher
ICRA
2005
IEEE
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9 years 5 months ago
Planning with Continuous Actions in Partially Observable Environments
Abstract— We present a simple randomized POMDP algorithm for planning with continuous actions in partially observable environments. Our algorithm operates on a set of reachable b...
Matthijs T. J. Spaan, Nikos A. Vlassis
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