Decision-Theoretic Control of Problem Solving: Principles and Architecture

27 Mar 2013John S. BreeseMichael R. Fehling

This paper presents an approach to the design of autonomous, real-time systems operating in uncertain environments. We address issues of problem solving and reflective control of reasoning under uncertainty in terms of two fundamental elements: l) a set of decision-theoretic models for selecting among alternative problem-solving methods and 2) a general computational architecture for resource-bounded problem solving... (read more)

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