Networks of Influence Diagrams: A Formalism for Representing Agents' Beliefs and Decision-Making Processes

15 Jan 2014Yaakov GalAvi Pfeffer

This paper presents Networks of Influence Diagrams (NID), a compact, natural and highly expressive language for reasoning about agents beliefs and decision-making processes. NIDs are graphical structures in which agents mental models are represented as nodes in a network; a mental model for an agent may itself use descriptions of the mental models of other agents... (read more)

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