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AAAI
2010
11 years 2 months ago
Reasoning about Imperfect Information Games in the Epistemic Situation Calculus
Approaches to reasoning about knowledge in imperfect information games typically involve an exhaustive description of the game, the dynamics characterized by a tree and the incomp...
Vaishak Belle, Gerhard Lakemeyer
AAAI
2011
10 years 1 months ago
Reasoning About General Games Described in GDL-II
Recently the general Game Description Language (GDL) has been extended so as to cover arbitrary games with incomplete/imperfect information. Learning—without human interventionâ...
Stephan Schiffel, Michael Thielscher
JANCL
2007
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11 years 1 months ago
Communication strategies in games
ABSTRACT. We formulate a formal framework in which we combine the theory of dynamic epistemic logic and the theory of games. In particular, we show how we can use tools of dynamic ...
Jelle Gerbrandy
ATAL
2009
Springer
11 years 8 months ago
Rational play and rational beliefs under uncertainty
Alternating-time temporal logic (atl) is one of the most influential logics for reasoning about agents’ abilities. Constructive Strategic Logic (csl) is a variant of atl for im...
Nils Bulling, Wojciech Jamroga
ATAL
2008
Springer
11 years 3 months ago
On the usefulness of opponent modeling: the Kuhn Poker case study
The application of reinforcement learning algorithms to Partially Observable Stochastic Games (POSG) is challenging since each agent does not have access to the whole state inform...
Alessandro Lazaric, Mario Quaresimale, Marcello Re...
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