Requirements for Inferring the Intensions of Multitasking Reactive Agents

Michael Freed and Eric Dahlman

Multitasking complicates the problem of intent inference by requiring intent inference mechanisms to distinguish multiple streams of behavior and recognize overt task coordination actions.. Given knowledge of an agent’s problem representation and architecture it may be possible to disambiguate the agent’s actions and better infer its intent. The requirements for implementing such a system are explored within the context of the Apex reactive planner. A prototype reactive inference method based on the Apex architecture is presented.

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