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Reinforcement Learning with Perceptual Aliasing: The Perceptual Distinctions Approach
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This paper introduces the predictive distinctions approach to compensate for perceptual aliasing caused from incomplete perception of the world. Expand
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Learning Recursive Distributed Representations for Holistic Computation
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A number of connectionist models capable of representing data with compositional structure have recently appeared. Expand
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Obstacle Avoidance and Safeguarding for a Lunar Rover
We are developing techniques for safeguarding the remote operation of lunar rovers. This paper presents two complementary techniques: One, based on stereo vision, evaluates the traversability ofExpand
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Abstract probabilistic modeling of action
Action models used in planning systems must necessarily be abstractions of reality. It is therefore natural to include estimates of ignorance and uncertainty as part of an action model. The standardExpand
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Experience with rover navigation for lunar-like terrains
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This paper describes an implemented system that has autonomously driven a prototype wheeled lunar rover over a kilometer in natural, outdoor terrain. Expand
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Sensible Planning: Focusing Perceptual Attention
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A primary problem facing real-world robots is the question of which sensing actions should be performed at any given time. Expand
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Temporal Aggregation Bias and Inference of Causal Regulatory Networks
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We show that temporal aggregation can bias algorithms for causal inference and lead them to discover spurious relations that would not be found if the signal were sampled at a much faster rate. Expand
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Independence with Lower and Upper Probabilities
  • L. Chrisman
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • UAI
  • 1 August 1996
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It is shown that the ability of the interval probability representation to capture epistemological independence is severely limited. Expand
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Propagation of 2-Monotone Lower Probabilities on an Undirected Graph
  • L. Chrisman
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • UAI
  • 1 August 1996
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This paper presents a graphical decomposition and exact propagation algorithm for computing marginal posteriors of 2-monotone lower probabilities (equivalently, 2-alternating upper probabilities). Expand
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Intelligent Agent Design Issues: Internal Agent State and Incomplete Perception
In a waste heat recovery system having a superheat controller, a reference superheat controller operating trajectory is established and compared with operational superheat controller trajectoriesExpand
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