In order for the intelligent assistant systems to provide users with timely and appropriate assistances, most of them focus on what is considered to be the "rational" aspect of the user behaviors. However, since human desire is the fundamental driving force of human behaviors, without including users' desires, the system cannot provide most appropriate… (More)
Dong, Jeyoun, "Human desire inference process and analysis" (2013). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. Paper 13631. Figure 6. DBBNs consisting of three time slices, where O represents a collection of hypothesis nodes. H is a collection of hidden nodes, O is a collection of observation nodes, D and t indicate desire and time, respectively. .