Multiple Models of Reality and How to Use Them

W.J. Jamroga, H. Blockeel (Editor), M. Denecker (Editor)

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    Abstract

    A virtual agent may obviously benefit from having an up-to-date model of her environment of activity. The model may include actual users' profiles, a dynamic environment characteristic or some assumptions being accepted by default. However, the agent doesn't have to stick to one model only, she can possess a set of complementary beliefs, both learned and assumed. A hierarchy of beliefs for an agent is proposed in this paper, together with a decision making scheme and some experimental results to support the idea. The experiments consisted of the agent's interactions with some simulated 0-level agents, acting as customers of an imaginary Internet banking service.
    Original languageUndefined
    Pages155-161
    Number of pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    Event14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002 - Leuven, Belgium
    Duration: 21 Oct 200222 Oct 2002
    Conference number: 14

    Conference

    Conference14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002
    Abbreviated titleBNAIC
    CountryBelgium
    CityLeuven
    Period21/10/0222/10/02

    Keywords

    • EWI-6657
    • HMI-IA: Intelligent Agents
    • IR-63360

    Cite this

    Jamroga, W. J., Blockeel, H. (Ed.), & Denecker, M. (Ed.) (2002). Multiple Models of Reality and How to Use Them. 155-161. Paper presented at 14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002, Leuven, Belgium.
    Jamroga, W.J. ; Blockeel, H. (Editor) ; Denecker, M. (Editor). / Multiple Models of Reality and How to Use Them. Paper presented at 14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002, Leuven, Belgium.7 p.
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    Jamroga, WJ, Blockeel, H (ed.) & Denecker, M (ed.) 2002, 'Multiple Models of Reality and How to Use Them' Paper presented at 14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002, Leuven, Belgium, 21/10/02 - 22/10/02, pp. 155-161.

    Multiple Models of Reality and How to Use Them. / Jamroga, W.J.; Blockeel, H. (Editor); Denecker, M. (Editor).

    2002. 155-161 Paper presented at 14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002, Leuven, Belgium.

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    Jamroga WJ, Blockeel H, (ed.), Denecker M, (ed.). Multiple Models of Reality and How to Use Them. 2002. Paper presented at 14th Belgium-Dutch Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2002, Leuven, Belgium.