Non-Markovian control in the Situation Calculus

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Non-Markovian control in the Situation Calculus
The property that the executability and the effects of an action are determined entirely by the current state or situation is known as the Markov property and is assumed in most formalizations of action. It is not difficult, however, to run into scenarios when the Markov property is not present. We consider removing this assumption from the situation calculus based formalization of actions of Reiter, which forms the basis of the programming language Golog, and define an operator for regressing formulas that quantify over past situations, with respect to such nonMarkovian basic action theories.
Alfredo Gabaldon
Added 12 May 2011
Updated 12 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where AI
Authors Alfredo Gabaldon
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