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Modelling dynamic aspects of intentions

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Modelling dynamic aspects of intentions

Auteurs : Michael Da Costa M Ra ; Gabriel Pereira Lopes ; Helder Coelho ; M. Viccari

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Abstract: In this paper, we define a formal model of intentions that accounts for both static and dynamic aspects of intentions. By static aspects, we mean its relation with desires and beliefs and the properties that this relation has (namely, consistency and avoidance of side-effects). By dynamic aspects, we mean establishing criteria, other than those derived from commitment, to drop intentions (namely, based on the cause-effect relation between desires and intentions) and mechanisms that triggers the reasoning process without imposing a significant additional burden on the agent. Our approach is to define those conditions that make the agent start reasoning about intentions as constraints over its beliefs.

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