Umair Rafique

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An important skill considered part of intelligent behavior is Abstract Thinking and Decision Making which includes thinking about a problem and reaching a decision after reasoning about its different aspects. This aspect of intelligent behavior has not recieved much attention and most of the cognitive architectures present today either focus more on the(More)
An intelligent agent situated in some environment needs to know the preferred states it is expected to achieve so that it can work towards achieving them. The preferred states the agent has selected to achieve at a given time are its"goals". One popular approach for deciding which preferred state to adopt as goal at a given time is to assign utility values(More)
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