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Motivation-based direction of planning attention in agents with goal autonomy

@inproceedings{Norman1997MotivationbasedDO,
  title={Motivation-based direction of planning attention in agents with goal autonomy},
  author={Timothy J. Norman},
  year={1997}
}
  • Timothy J. Norman
  • Published 1997
  • Computer Science
  • The action of an agent with goal autonomy will be driven by goals generated with reference to its own beliefs and desires. This ability is essential for agents that are required to act in their own interests in a domain that is not entirely predictable. At any time, the situation may warrant the generation of new goals. However, it is not always the case that changes in the domain that lead to the generation of a goal are detected immediately before the goal should be pursued. Action may not be… CONTINUE READING

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