Modeling Transportation Routines using Hybrid Dynamic Mixed Networks

  title={Modeling Transportation Routines using Hybrid Dynamic Mixed Networks},
  author={Vibhav Gogate and Rina Dechter and Bozhena Bidyuk and Craig Rindt and James Marca},
This paper describes a general framework called Hybrid Dynamic Mixed Networks (HDMNs) which are Hybrid Dynamic Bayesian Networks that allow representation of discrete deterministic information in the form of constraints. We propose approximate inference algorithms that integrate and adjust well known algorithmic principles such as Generalized Belief Propagation, Rao-Blackwellised Particle Filtering and Constraint Propagation to address the complexity of modeling and reasoning in HDMNs. We use… CONTINUE READING
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