Beliefs, stereotypes and dynamic agent modeling

  title={Beliefs, stereotypes and dynamic agent modeling},
  author={Afzal Ballim and Yorick Wilks},
  journal={User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction},
In many domains (such as dialogue participation and multi-agent cooperative planning) it is often necessary that the system maintains complex models of the beliefe of agents with whom it is interacting. In particular, it is normally the case that models of the beliefs of agents about another agent's beliefs must be modeled. While in limited domains it is possible to have such nested belief models pregenerated, in general it is more reasonable to have a mechanism for generating the nested models… CONTINUE READING
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