BDI (Belief-Desire-Intention) & Dialog Systems


Belief-Desire-Intention software model (BDI agents)

Notes:

  • BDI agent
  • BDI agents
  • Conversational system
  • Graphical Autonomous Intelligent Virtual Agents (GAIVAs)

Resources:

References:

See also:

Jadex Framework | JDE (Jack Development Environment) | SPARK (SRI Procedural Agent Realization Kit)


A dialogue model of belief D Walton – Argument and Computation, 2010 – Taylor & Francis … This paper offers a new model of belief by embedding the Peircean account of belief into a formal dialogue system that uses … It is argued that the new model overcomes the pervasive conflict in artificial intelligence between the belief-desire-intention model of reasoning and the … Cited by 9 Related articles All 3 versions

Cognitively motivated episodic memory for a virtual guide F Rabe, I Wachsmuth – ICAART 2012-Proceedings of the 4th …, 2012 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de … we have introduced the virtual hu- manoid agent Max (Leßmann et al., 2006) who al- ready has lots of skills and is based on a belief – desire – intention (BDI) cognitive … In Proceedings of the 2010 Work- shop on Companionable Dialogue Systems, pages 1– 6, Uppsala, Sweden … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

A multiparty multimodal architecture for realtime turntaking KR Thórisson, O Gislason, GR Jonsdottir… – Intelligent Virtual …, 2010 – Springer … Many dialogue systems have been built over the years that address some subset of the many complex factors that shape the behav … They integrated turntaking mechanisms of the Max agent in a belief-desire-intention (BDI) ar- chitecture (although the BDI approach itself is not … Cited by 9 Related articles All 9 versions

Towards episodic memory-based long-term affective interaction with a human-like robot Z Kasap, N Magnenat-Thalmann – RO-MAN, 2010 IEEE, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Plans generated by the HTN planner are executed by a Finite-state-machine (FSM) based dialogue system in order to produce appropriate responses. … Belief-Desire- Intention (BDI) architectures are also widely used goal-based architectures. Harbers et al. … Cited by 11 Related articles All 4 versions

Flexible conversation management using a bdi agent approach W Wong, L Cavedon, J Thangarajah… – Intelligent Virtual Agents, 2012 – Springer … We describe a BDI (Belief, Desire, Intention) goal-oriented architecture for a conversational virtual companion embodied as a child’s Toy, designed to … W., Dignum, F.: Goal-based communication using bdi agents as virtual humans in training: An ontology driven dialogue system. … Cited by 3 Related articles All 10 versions

Glengarry Glen Ross: Using BDI for Sales Game Dialogues. TJ Muller, A Heuvelink, K van den Bosch, I Swartjes – AIIDE, 2012 – musicweb.ucsd.edu … One alternative to scripting dialogues is the use of the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) model of human behavior, proposed by Michal Bratman (1987). … 2011. Goal-Based Communication Using BDI Agents as Virtual Humans in Training: An Ontology Driven Dialogue System. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 8 versions

Task-oriented conversational behavior of agents for collaboration in human-agent teamwork M Barange, A Kabil, C De Keukelaere… – Advances in Practical …, 2014 – Springer … As team members must have the shared understanding of skills, goals and intentions of other team members, we proposed a belief-desire-intention based (BDI-like … Moreover, [4] proposed an agent based dialogue system by providing dialogue acts for collaborative problem … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Communicative capabilities of agents for the collaboration in a human-agent team M Barange, A Kabil, C De Keukelaere… – ACHI 2014, The …, 2014 – thinkmind.org … have the shared understanding of skills, goals and intentions of other team members, we proposed a belief-desire-intention based (BDI … Moreover, [11] proposed an agent based dialogue system by providing dialogue acts for collaborative problem solving between a user and a … Cited by 1 Related articles

Cognitive Architecture of an Agent for Human-Agent Dialogues J Baskar, H Lindgren – … of Practical Applications of Heterogeneous Multi- …, 2014 – Springer … An automated counseling dialogue system is discussed in [17], which uses an ontology to represent the knowledge and the user model. … The canonical model of an agent described by Fox and coworkers [7] is an ex- tension of the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) model of an … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Multi-agent framework for social customer relationship management systems C Olszak – Proceedings of the Informing Science and Information …, 2013 – editlib.org … A BDI (Belief, Desire, Intention) model is one of the most known models that is used for pro- gramming the agents. The model consists of three components (Bellifemine, Caire & Greenwood, 2007; Chang-Hyun & Einhorn, 2005; Oijen, van Doesburg & Dignum, 2011): … Cited by 8 Related articles All 6 versions

Conversational Agents as Full-Pledged BDI Agents for Ambient Intelligence A Mustapha, MS Ahmad, A Ahmad – Ambient Intelligence-Software and …, 2013 – Springer … The need for conversational agents based on the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) architec- ture rise to support natural interfaces for … Existing implementation of whether speech-based or text-based dialogue systems are primarily developed upon natural language processing … Related articles All 3 versions

Introduction: Special Issue on Charles Hamblin D Walton, R Johnson – Informal Logic, 2011 – windsor.scholarsportal.info … Through his chapter on formal dialogue systems in Fal- lacies (1970) and his paper on mathematical models of dialogue (1971), Hamblin built … This current view of rationality is the belief-desire-intention (BDI) model, which specifies that rationally justifying a claim that is subject … Related articles All 5 versions

Methods of Argumentation BJ Weaver – 2014 – pdcnet.org … The (BDI) model or belief-desire-intention model states that reasoning is based on goals that reflect the intentions of the agent whereas … a discussion of formal dialogue systems that can be applied to three “com- mitment query engines” developed to help examine and analyze …

Developing Adaptive Agents Situated in Intelligent Virtual Environments JA Rincon, E Garcia, V Julian, C Carrascosa – Hybrid Artificial Intelligence …, 2014 – Springer … Go, CAL, Lee, W.-H.: An intelligent belief-desire-intention agent for digital game- based learning. … van Oijen, J., van Doesburg, W., Dignum, F.: Goal-based communication using BDI agents as virtual humans in training: An ontology driven dialogue system. … Related articles All 3 versions

A Mixed-Initiative System for Human-Robot Interaction with Multiple UAVs in Search and Rescue Missions G Bevacqua, J Cacace, A Finzi, V Lippiello, II Federico – 2014 – aiia2014.di.unipi.it … For each supervisor, the executive control cycle is managed by a BDI (Belief Desire Intention) system [5] that orchestrates task planning, switching, decomposition, and execution. … [7] L. Lucignano, F. Cutugno, S. Rossi, A. Finzi A dialogue system for multimodal human-robot … Related articles

BDI Agents for Information Fusion in Wireless Sensor Networks P Sangulagi, AV Sutagundar, SS Manvi… – International Journal of …, 2012 – ijarcet.org … developed. The proposed architecture is based on the open source framework Jadex. Jadex is a Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) Multi- Agent model. The … 2003). “Less is more: Using a single knowledge representation in dialogue systems”. In … Related articles

Interactive virtual characters D Thalmann, NM Thalmann – SIGGRAPH Asia 2013 Courses, 2013 – dl.acm.org Page 1. Interactive Virtual Characters Nadia Magnenat Thalmann MIRALab, University of Geneva and NTU, Singapore Daniel Thalmann NTU, Singapore and EPFL, Switzerland Syllabus • Introduction (Daniel Thalmann) 5 minutes … Related articles

A Natural Conversational Virtual Human with Multimodal Dialog System IR Ali, G Sulong, AH Basori – Jurnal Teknologi, 2014 – jurnalteknologi.utm.my … To observe relevant terms that is necessary to understand the multimodal dialog system, we will define one example on it … BDI (Belief- Desire-Intention) is a cognitively motivated architecture where beliefs represent information about the world and desires are options available to … Related articles

Introduction to Intellectual Conversational Agents K Panesar – 2015 – dspace.bradfordcollege.ac.uk … Georgeff, M., Pell, B., Pollack, M., Tambe, M. and Wooldridge, M. (1999) The Belief-Desire-Intention Model of Agency. In: Intelligent Agents V: Agents Theories, Architectures, and Languages. Springer, pp.1-10 … Page 20. Kluwer, T. (2011) From Chatbots to Dialog Systems. … Related articles

Clashes in the Infosphere, General Intelligence, and Metacognition: Final project report D Perlis, MT Cox – 2012 – drum.lib.umd.edu … We did this for human- computer dialog systems with the goal of allowing the computer to automatically determine when the human is dissatisfied with the dialog … We developed an abstract belief-desire-intention model of agents, and introduce a notion of rationality for this model …

Collaborative virtual training with physical and communicative autonomous agents T Lopez, P Chevaillier, V Gouranton… – … and Virtual Worlds, 2014 – Wiley Online Library … Some dialog systems such as TrindiKit [12] are based on information state (IS) updates, whereas some others such as COLLAGEN [13] are using agent-based model for the … The agent architecture borrows the principles of the Belief, Desire, Intention Architecture [23, 24]. … Related articles All 15 versions

Model for Social Customer Relationship Management. Multi-Agent Approach CM Olszak, T Bartu? – Zarz?dzanie i Finanse, 2013 – zif.wzr.pl … A BDI (Belief, Desire, Intention) model is one of the most known models that is used for programming the agents. … J., van Doesburg WA, Dignum F. (2011), Goal-based Communications using BDI Agents as Virtual Humans in Training: An ontology Driven Dialogue Systems, [in:] J … Related articles All 5 versions

Improved Intention Discovery with Classified Emotions in A Modified POMDP S Sriram – 2012 – scholar.uwindsor.ca … 2.2.3 Dialogue Manager and General Knowledge A dialogue manager is the core component of a dialogue system. It maintains the history … modeling. The belief-desire- intention (BDI) model has come to be possibly one of the well known …

Clashes in the Infosphere, General Intelligence, and Metacognition D Perlis, MT Cox – 2012 – DTIC Document … We did this for human- computer dialog systems with the goal of allowing the computer to automatically determine when the human is dissatisfied with the dialog … We developed an abstract belief-desire-intention model of agents, and introduce a notion of rationality for this model …

Human desire inference process and analysis J Dong – 2013 – lib.dr.iastate.edu … need. In the READY system[24], the authors use Dynamic Bayesian Networks (DBNs) in a dialog system to adjust the policy in providing instructions, based on the recognized time … Belief, one component of the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) model [52] encompassing belief, … Related articles All 2 versions

Argumentation without arguments H Prakken – Argumentation, 2011 – Springer … Desire-Intention architecture of agents. Among other things, Joseph models how agents can reason about the norms that should hold in the society of which they are part, given the social goals that they want to promote. She then defines a dialogue system for discussions on … Cited by 6 Related articles All 8 versions

Review of Ontology Based Storytelling Devices D Winer – Language, Culture, Computation. Computing of the …, 2014 – Springer … The action level models the intentional behavior of the characters in a plot by enforcing a BDI (Belief-Desire-Intention) perspective on … Lockel, Pecourt and Pfleger (2005) [46] sought to combine multimodal dialogue systems and storytelling research to achieve immersive and … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Geedi-guards for emotional and explanatory dialogues F Nothdurft, G Bertrand, T Heinroth… – … (IE), 2010 Sixth …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Douglas Walton defines successful explanation as a transfer of understanding in a dialogue system in which a questioner and a respondent take … The SPA included a BDI-agent (Belief-Desire-Intention)[14] planning the actions of the assistant and the encoding of the dialogue … Cited by 7 Related articles All 4 versions

Cognitive Models for Brain–Machine Collaborations Z Shi, J Zhang, X Yang, G Ma, B Qi, J Yue – Cyborg Intelligence – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Supported by short-term memory, we develop the motivational system, which resembles an agent us- ing the belief-desire-intention (BDI) style. … 213–361. 2. G. Ferguson and JF Allen,“Mixed- Initiative Dialogue Systems for Collaborative Problem-Solving,” AI Magazine, vol. … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] ECAI 2010: 19th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 16-20 August 2010, Lisbon, Portugal: Including Prestigious Applications of Artificial … H Coelho, R Studer, M Wooldridge – 2010 – books.google.com Page 1. ECAI 2010 Page 2. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications FAIA covers all aspects of theoretical and applied artificial intelligence research in the form of monographs, doctoral dissertations, textbooks, handbooks and proceedings volumes. …

Agent Communication MP Huget – Agent-Oriented Software Engineering, 2014 – Springer … It implies that both should adopt a Belief-Desire-Intention architecture [ 9 , 66 ] as demonstrated by Guerin [ 10 ] and Singh [ 11 ]. … Since the work of Hamblin [ 43 ], formal dialogue systems typically establish and maintain public sets of commitments, called commitment stores, for … Related articles All 3 versions

Using agent technology to build a real-world training application M Cap, A Heuvelink, K Van Den Bosch… – Agents for games and …, 2011 – Springer … For an extensive discussion on the ontology- driven dialog system underlying this feature of our training system, see [13]. … National Academy Press, Washington (1998) 6. Georgeff, MP, Pell, B., Pollack, ME, Tambe, M., Wooldridge, M.: The Belief-Desire- Intention Model of Agency … Cited by 1 Related articles All 11 versions

Passively Classifying Student Mood and Performance within Intelligent Tutors. RA Sottilare, MD Proctor – Educational Technology & Society, 2012 – gifttutoring.org … This model is based on a belief-desire-intention framework as illustrated in Figure 3 and includes the following states and processes: beliefs … In Artificial Intelligence in Education 2003 Workshop Proceedings on Tutorial Dialogue Systems: With a View Toward the Classroom (pp. … Cited by 17 Related articles All 14 versions

Characteristic factors and components of different modules in expert systems for intelligent tutoring system K Mishra, RB Mishra – International Journal of Advanced Intelligence …, 2011 – Inderscience … confidence; in psychological component: motivation, emotion, behaviour, concentration, puzzlement, hesitation; in mental component: belief, desire, intention, interest, preference … user affect from spontaneous speech that they call the cognitive state in a tutorial dialogue system. … Related articles All 3 versions

Evaluation of a dialogue manager for a mobile robot M Quinderé, L Seabra Lopes… – RO-MAN, 2013 …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Other approaches can be found in the literature [6], namely Frame-Based Systems Belief, Desire, Intention (BDI) Models, Markov Decision Process (MDP) and … It uses the Information State (IS) approach to dialogue systems [9]. It supports mixed initiative dialogues and the use of … Related articles

Tacit Contracts for Wheelchairs DC Vale, V Mast – anthology.aclweb.org … 3 Belief-Desire-Intention Approach … Logical infer- ences are made with respect to interactant’s mental states in order to plan the next verbal action of the dialogue system. The interpersonal features of the linguistic model are very simple. … Related articles All 7 versions

A computational architecture for modeling emotional behavior in synthetic agent JW Hu, L Feng, QJ Yin, HJ Deng – Computer Modeling and …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Environment Input Causal interpretation Agent?s Belief, Desire, Intention Extraction of features … Simulating the emotion dynamics of a multimodal conversational agent. In Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems, pages 154–165, 2004. [9] William James. What is an emotion? … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions

Programming Agents with Emotions M Dastani, C Floor, JJC Meyer – Emotion Modeling, 2014 – Springer … 48–56 (2003). 13. Gebhard, P., Klesen, M., Rist, T.: Coloring multi-character conversations through the expression of emotions. In: Proceedings of the Tutorial and Research Workshop on Affective Dialogue Systems (2004). 14. Jeffrey, RC: The Logic of Decision. … Related articles All 5 versions

Affective computing with primary and secondary emotions in a virtual human C Becker-Asano, I Wachsmuth – Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent …, 2010 – Springer … physiological component in our computational simulation of affect.1 We also account for the motivational component, because our agent’s reasoning capabilities are modeled according to the belief-desire-intention approach to modeling rational behavior [37]. … Cited by 91 Related articles All 10 versions

Empathy-based emotional alignment for a virtual human: A three-step approach H Boukricha, I Wachsmuth – KI-Künstliche Intelligenz, 2011 – Springer … submissive). A more com- prehensive description of the empirical study is given in [3]. Similar to the virtual human MAX, EMMA has a cogni- tive architecture composed of an emotion simulation mod- ule [1] and a Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) module [15]. … Cited by 11 Related articles All 5 versions

Pragmatically-Motivated Utterance Fine-Tuning in Human-Computer Dialogue V Popescu, J Caelen, C Burileanu – The Prague Bulletin of …, 2010 – degruyter.com … Kibble, 2006b,a). Indeed, we distance ourselves from the mentalistic approaches derived from the BDI (“Belief-Desire-Intention”) framework (Cohen … by experiments per- formed using an artificial dialogue agent, in the context of a room reservation dialogue system (Nguyen, 2005 … Related articles All 8 versions

User modeling in social interaction with a caring agent B De Carolis, I Mazzotta, N Novielli… – User Modeling and …, 2013 – Springer … Since people already have a tendency to attribute human like properties to interactive systems [ 64 ], it is expected that implementing human like properties in such environment dialog systems will have an important impact on the user–system interaction. … Cited by 4 Related articles All 3 versions

Research on method of multi-agent negotiation strategy selection G Jiang, L Wu – … in the Global Information Technology (ICCGI), …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … scholars. For example, combined with the thought of human argument and BDI (Belief, Desire, Intention) theory, the model and system of multi-Agent negotiation implementation has been put forward [8]-[10]. The evaluations … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Inconsistency as a diagnostic tool in a society of intelligent agents M McShane, S Beale, S Nirenburg, B Jarrell… – Artificial intelligence in …, 2012 – Elsevier … The cognitive agent engages in the well-known triad of functionalities: perception, reasoning and action. It is ideologically close to, though methodologically not identical with, the belief-desire-intention (BDI) model of agency [16]. … Cited by 7 Related articles All 6 versions

Emotional Intelligence and Agents: Survey and Possible Applications M Ivanovi?, M Radovanovi?, Z Budimac… – Proceedings of the 4th …, 2014 – dl.acm.org … Some researchers in this domain have been interested in de- veloping logical frameworks for the formal specification of emotions (usually based on the so-called BDI /belief-desire- intention/ logic). … Emotion detection in dialog systems: Applications, strategies and challenges. … Related articles All 6 versions

A Cognitive Architecture for Simulating Bodies and Minds M McShane, S Nirenburg, S Beale, R Catizone – csee.umbc.edu … Our approach to building a cognitive model is ideologically close to (though methodologically not identical with) the belief- desire-intention (BDI) model of agency … it is a central aspect of our work, our approach has most in common with that taken in the dialog systems of James … Related articles

[BOOK] Speech Technology KJF Chen, K Jokinen – 2010 – Springer … 33 Kristiina Jokinen 4 The Industry of Spoken-Dialog Systems and the Third Generation of Interactive Applications … Guidelines ATC Air Traffic Control ATIS Air Travel Information System AUI Aural User Interface AVP Attribute-Value Pair BDI Belief-Desire-Intention agent BNF … Cited by 2 Related articles All 5 versions

Design and Implementation Issues for Convincing Conversational Agents M Löckelt – … and Natural Language Interaction: Techniques and …, 2011 – books.google.com … is the series The Sims that models the motivations of its simulated characters very similarly to the BDI (belief-desire- intention) paradigm originating from … The perspective of the designer of the dialogue and the application content is often neglected in dialogue systems research. … Related articles All 3 versions

Methodologies for Conversational System Development T Nishida, A Nakazawa, Y Ohmoto… – Conversational …, 2014 – Springer … dialogue systems. Besides natural language processing issues, conversational agents must engage in social interactions. In the multiagent research community, building autonomous agents that can participate in social interaction is a common goal. The belief-desire- intention ( … Related articles All 3 versions

A Cognitive Architecture for Simulating Bodies and Minds S Nirenburg, M McShane, S Beale… – AMIA Annual …, 2011 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov … to building a cognitive model is ideologically close to (though methodologically not identical with) the belief-desire-intention (BDI) model … to knowledge-based, language-oriented language processing than most others (the closest comparison is with the dialog systems of James … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

WASABI for affect simulation in human-computer interaction C Becker-Asano – … on Emotion Representations and Modelling for …, 2014 – becker-asano.de … ment (1). 2. A cognition module performs the reasoning based on the continuously up- dated situation descriptions it receives from the main module (2). So far, this module has been realized following the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) philosophy … In: Affective Dialogue Systems. … Cited by 2 Related articles

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Ontologies Supporting Intelligent Agent-Based Assistance EC Paraiso, A Malucelli – Computing and Informatics, 2012 – cai.sk … domain.). Eriksson in [32] addresses the issues of designing ontologies for dialogue interaction and information extraction. In her work, she explores the requirements of an ontology specially designed for dialogue systems. In … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Mechanism, modulation, and expression of empathy in a virtual human H Boukricha, I Wachsmuth – … Computational Intelligence (WACI …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … values (dominant vs. submissive). Similar to the virtual human MAX, EMMA has a cognitive architecture composed of an emotion simulation module [7] and a Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) module [20]. The emotion simulation … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

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Modelling Affect in Learning Environments-Motivation and Methods S Afzal, P Robinson – Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … of Emotions [27] User’s actions & interaction patterns Pedagogical agent-based educational environment Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) reasoning … & Positive emotions Acoustic-prosodic cues, discourse markers Physics Intelligent Tutoring Dialogue System–ITSPOKE Comparison … Cited by 8 Related articles All 8 versions

Defeasible reasoning and informal fallacies D Walton – Synthese, 2011 – Springer … c) illicit reversal of burden of proof. Keywords Fallacy theory • Argumentation • Argumentation schemes • Formal dialog systems • Burden of proof • Evidence • Profiles of dialog • Artificial intelligence The purpose of this paper is … Cited by 7 Related articles All 6 versions

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User-centric need-driven affect modeling for spoken conversational agents: design and evaluation L Lutfi, S Binti – 2013 – oa.upm.es … Location ANOVA Analysis of Variance 71 BDI Belief-Desire-Intention 7 ECA Embodied Conversational Agent 2 FACS Facial Action Coding System 54 … 9 SCA Spoken Conversational Agent 1 SLDS Spoken Language Dialog System 5 TTS Text-to-Speech 32 xxv Page 26. xxvi … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

An embodied conversational agent with autistic behaviour WJ Venter – 2012 – scholar.sun.ac.za … ASC Autism Spectrum Condition BDI Belief-Desire-Intention ECA Embodied Conversational Agent … For this reason computers need to be programmed to reason according to theories of cognition, such as the Belief-Desire-Intention model, which is discussed in Section 2.2.2. … Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] Man-machine Dialogue: Design and Challenges F Landragin – 2013 – books.google.com … Computer aspects 2.4. Conclusion Chapter 3: The Development Stages of a Dialogue System 3.1. Comparing a few development progresses 3.2. … Conclusion Chapter 10: Multimodal Dialogue System Assessment 10.1. Dialogue system assessment feasibility 10.2. … Related articles

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A review of verbal and non-verbal human–robot interactive communication N Mavridis – Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2015 – Elsevier In this paper, an overview of human–robot interactive communication is presented, covering verbal as well as non-verbal aspects. Following a historical introd. Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

[BOOK] Agent-based ubiquitous computing E Mangina, J Carbo – 2010 – books.google.com Page 1. Agent-Based Ubiquitous Computing “ind m Eleni Hangina Javier Carbo José M. Molina Atlantis Ambient and Pervasive Intelligence Series Editor’ Ismail Khalil Page 2. ATLANTIS AMBIENT AND PERVASIVE INTELLIGENCE VOLUME 1 SERIES EDITOR: ISMAIL KHALIL … Cited by 8 Related articles All 4 versions

A New Framework for Intelligent Semantic Web Services Based on GAIVAs A Iglesias – … and Trends: Building New Dimensions of Information …, 2010 – books.google.com … A very common architecture for deliberative agents for the Semantic Web is the belief-desire- intention (BDI) model (Cohen & Levesque, 1987; Cohen & Levesque, 1990; Georgeff & Ingrand, 1989; Rao & Georgeff, 1990; Ingrandet al., 1992). … Cited by 5 Related articles All 2 versions

Mission Execution Crew Assistant (MECA) lite-Knowledge modelling to support the crew/machine interaction D Esser – 2014 – dspace.library.uu.nl … 17 4.1.4 Possible Dialogue systems ….. 18 … The implication of object-role modelling (section 4.1.3) is being described, added by the different approaches of possible dialogue systems (section 4.1.4). Page 15. Page 15 … Related articles

Capturing Expertise: Developing Interaction Content for a Robot Through Teleoperation by Domain Experts K Wada, DF Glas, M Shiomi, T Kanda… – International Journal of …, 2015 – Springer … dialog studies did not reveal a way to convert knowl- edge from domain experts (who are not experts in dialog systems) into data … systems based on a belief–desire–intention framework [18], or for training knowledge-based systems to mimic an expert’s decision processes [19]. …

BDI-based generation of robust task-oriented dialogues NL Vergunst – SIKS dissertation series, 2011 – dspace.library.uu.nl … We have chosen to develop an agent-based dialogue system that can function as a task assistant, because it allows us to build a … To be able to work more easily with the concepts mentioned above, we model our agents according to the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) paradigm [41 … Cited by 4 Related articles

Experience-driven procedural content generation GN Yannakakis, J Togelius – Affective Computing, IEEE …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Model-based approaches are typically inspired by a general theoretical framework of behavioral analysis and/or cognitive modeling (eg, usability theory [53], belief-desire-intention model, the cognitive theory by Ortony, Clore, & Collins [54], Skinner’s model [55], Scherer’s theory … Cited by 153 Related articles All 8 versions

[BOOK] Abductive reasoning D Walton – 2014 – books.google.com … Argumentation Yielded by the Abductive Theory 197 6 Query—Driven Abductive Reasoning 206 Argument Extrapolation by Chaining Forward 206 Colligation in Chaining Backward 209 The Form of Abductive Inference Revisited 214 Belief-Desire—Intention and Commitment … Cited by 145 Related articles All 4 versions

Argumentation-based Dialogues over Cooperative Plans ARM Gasque – 2013 – repository.liv.ac.uk Page 1. Argumentation-based Dialogues over Cooperative Plans Thesis submitted in accordance with the requirements of the University of Liverpool for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Angel Rolando Medellin Gasque August 2013 Page 2. Page 3. … Related articles All 2 versions

Episodic Memory Model for Embodied Conversational Agents M Elvir – 2010 – etd.fcla.edu … 11 1.4. Dialog Systems and Embodied Conversational Agents ….. 13 … Page 24. 12 techniques, and 3) slow development of reasoning from natural language in dialog systems. From Wlodzislaw et al. … Related articles

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[BOOK] Methods of argumentation D Walton – 2013 – books.google.com … of Fallacy 213 2. Argumentation Schemes and Fallacies 220 3. Defeasible Reasoning 223 4. Default Logics 226 5. Dialogue Systems and Fallacies … The belief-desire-intention (BDI) model is based on the concept of an agent that carries out practical reasoning based on goals … Cited by 7 Related articles All 4 versions

Believable virtual characters in human-computer dialogs Y Jung, A Kuijper, D Fellner, M Kipp, J Miksatko… – …, 2011 – michaelkipp.de … 3.1.1. Albeit the architectural design of dialog systems as well as accompanying topics like natural language processing, dis … BDI (Belief- Desire-Intention) is a cognitively motivated architecture where beliefs represent information about the world, desires are options available to … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Task model reasoning PD Michalak – 2011 – urresearch.rochester.edu … 2006. Challenges in evaluating spoken dialog systems that reason and learn. Interspeech-06 Satel- … Examples include rule-based and expert systems, semantic networks, frame-based systems, belief-desire-intention (BDI) agents, planning, and plan recognition systems. … Related articles All 4 versions

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Interacting with Philosophy Through Natural Language Conversation W XUAN – 2013 – scholarbank.nus.edu.sg Page 1. INTERACTING WITH PHILOSOPHY THROUGH NATURAL LANGUAGE CONVERSATION WANG XUAN B.Eng.(Hons.), NUS A THESIS SUBMITTED FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY NUS GRADUATE SCHOOL FOR INTEGRATIVE … Related articles All 2 versions

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