How to Progress Beliefs in Continuous Domains

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When Lin and Reiter introduced the progression of basic action theories in the situation calculus, they were essentially motivated by long-lived robotic agents functioning over thousands of actions. However, their account does not deal with probabilistic uncertainty about the initial situation nor with effector or sensor noise, as often needed in robotic… (More)

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@inproceedings{Belle2014HowTP, title={How to Progress Beliefs in Continuous Domains}, author={Vaishak Belle and Hector J. Levesque}, booktitle={KR}, year={2014} }