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A Knowledge-Based Approach to Planning with Incomplete Information and Sensing
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We present a new approach to the problem of planning with incomplete information and sensing. Expand
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Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
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AIIDE is the premier conference on artificial intelligence in computer games and interactive entertainment. Expand
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Extending the Knowledge-Based Approach to Planning with Incomplete Information and Sensing
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A collection of new techniques for increasing both the representational and inferential power of the knowledge-level approach to planning under incomplete knowledge and sensing. Expand
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Object-Action Complexes: Grounded abstractions of sensory-motor processes
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Abstract This paper formalises Object–Action Complexes (OACs) as a basis for symbolic representations of sensory–motor experience and behaviours in artificial cognitive systems. Expand
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Two people walk into a bar: dynamic multi-party social interaction with a robot agent
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We introduce a humanoid robot bartender that is capable of dealing with multiple customers in a dynamic, multi-party social setting. Expand
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EXPERIENCES WITH PLANNING FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION
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We present two generation problems that have recently been cast as planning problems: the sentence-generation task and the GIVE (generating instructions in virtual environments) task. Expand
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A Formal Definition of Object-Action Complexes and Examples at Different Levels of the Processing Hierarchy
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In this report the authors define and describe the concept of Object-Action Complexes and give some examples. Expand
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Planning for Social Interaction in a Robot Bartender Domain
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We show how social states are inferred from low-level sensors, using vision and speech as input modalities, and use the knowledge-level PKS planner to construct plans with task, dialogue, and social actions, as an alternative to current mainstream methods of interaction management. Expand
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Planning Dialog Actions
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We adapt the Linear Dynamic Event Calculus to the representation of dialog acts using insights from the PKS planner, and show how this formalism can be applied to the problem of planning mixedinitiative collaborative discourse. Expand
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A knowledge-level approach for effective acting, sensing, and planning
In this thesis we investigate a "knowledge-level" approach to the problem of modelling an agent's incomplete knowledge, for the purpose of planning or high-level agent control. We investigate twoExpand
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