Needles in a Haystack: Plan Recognition in Large Spatial Domains Involving Multiple Agents

  title={Needles in a Haystack: Plan Recognition in Large Spatial Domains Involving Multiple Agents},
  author={Mark Devaney and Ashwin Ram},
While plan recognition research has been applied to a wide variety of problems, it has largely made identical assumptions about the number of agents participating in the plan, the observability of the plan execution process, and the scale of the domain. We describe a method for plan recognition in a real-world domain involving large numbers of agents performing spatial maneuvers in concert under conditions of limited observability. These assumptions diier radically from those traditionally made… CONTINUE READING
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