AAAI Spring Symposium 2007 - Intentions in Intelligent Systems:
Stanford University, CA, USA Intentions in Intelligent Systems, Papers from the 2007 AAAI Spring Symposium, Technical Report SS-07-03, Stanford, California, USA, March 26-28, 2007.
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- George Ferguson:
- Paul Bello, Nicholas L. Cassimatis:
Some Computational Desiderata for Recognizing and Reasoning About the Intentions of Others.
- Michael Fleischman, Deb Roy:
Representing Intentions in a Cognitive Model of Language Acquisition: Effects of Phrase Structure on Situated Verb Learning.
- Boris Galitsky:
A Simulation Tool for Training Autistic Reasoning about Intentions.
- Geert-Jan M. Kruijff, Michael Brenner:
Modelling Spatio-Temporal Comprehension in Situated Human-Robot Dialogue as Reasoning about Intentions and Plans.
- Tracey Lall:
Using Internal Agent Fluents to Represent Knowledge, Beliefs and Intentions.
- Sean A. Lisse, Robert E. Wray, Marcus J. Huber:
Beyond the Ad-Hoc and the Impractically Formal: Lessons from the Implementation of Formalisms of Intention.
- Karen L. Myers, Neil Yorke-Smith:
Proactivity in an Intentionally Helpful Personal Assistive Agent.
- Charles Rich, Candace L. Sidner:
Generating, Recognizing and Communicating Intentions in Human-Computer Collaboration.
- Ronnie W. Smith:
The Role of Intention in Maintaining Coherent Human-Computer Dialog: Two Case Studies.
- Rajah Annamalai Subramanian, Sanjeev Kumar, Philip R. Cohen:
Confirming Changes in Beliefs and Intentions.
- Wayne Wobcke:
Reasoning about BDI Agents from a Programming Languages Perspective.