Actions and Events in Interval Temporal Logic
Prediction: Given a description of a scenario, including actions and events, what will (or is most likely to) happen?
Planning: Given an initial description of the world and a desired goal, find a course of action that will (or is most likely to) achieve that goal.
Explanation: Given a set of observations about the world, find the best explanation of the data. When the observations are another agent’s actions and the explanation desired is the agent’s plan, the problem is called plan recognition.
KeywordsTemporal Logic External Event Simultaneous Action Reasoning Task Axiom Schema
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