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Integrating learning and inference in multi-agent systems using cognitive context

Edmonds, Bruce and Norling, Emma (2007) Integrating learning and inference in multi-agent systems using cognitive context. ISSN 0302-9743

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Abstract

Both learning and reasoning are important aspects of intelligence. However they are rarely integrated within a single agent. Here it is suggested that imprecise learning and crisp reasoning may be coherently combined via the cognitive context. The identification of the current context is done using an imprecise learning mechanism, whilst the contents of a context are crisp models that may be usefully reasoned about. This also helps deal with situations of logical under- and over-determination because the scope of the context can be adjusted to include more or less knowledge into the reasoning process. An example model is exhibited where an agent learns and acts in an artificial stock market.

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