Notes and Reading - Lecture #9
Lecture #9 was a seminar on Practical Reasoning Agents.
There are no notes for this lecture
The reading assignment for this seminar is:
M. E. Bratman, D. J. Israel and M. E. Pollack, Plans and
resource-bounded practical reasoning, Computational Intelligence,
You can download it as above, or find it on Citeseer.
The questions you have to answer before class are:
Short answers (a couple of sentences) only are required, but I must
have them midnight, the night before class.
- How close do you think the model described in the paper is to the way that
you do practical reasoning?
- Which model from the lecture on practical reasoning (if any) does the model
- What is the role of planning in the model?
- Pick one of the design problems posed in the conclusion and briefly say
how you might overcome it.
Note that this seminar will be held in conjunction with the
hybrid/reactive agents seminar in Lecture 11.