Corpus ID: 3142511

Logics of Mental Attitudes in Ai a Very Preliminary Survey

@inproceedings{Cousins1994LogicsOM,
  title={Logics of Mental Attitudes in Ai a Very Preliminary Survey},
  author={S. Cousins},
  year={1994}
}
  • S. Cousins
  • Published 1994
  • There has been a growing interest in AI in formal, qualitative models of various mental attitudes, starting with the well-researched concepts of knowledge and belief, and continuing with more exotic notions such as goals and intentions. In this initial survey we take stock of the work carried out so far in this eld, including the motivation for this line of research, the mental attitudes considered, those not, the (primarily logical) tools used, and some of the outstanding problems. 
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