Situated Agents Can Have Plans

Mark Fasciano

Much of our everyday activity is not made up of solving isolated problems with single clear-cut goals, but rather dedicated to the ongoing maintenance of many goals or policies such as eating when hungry and maintaining a comfortable personal space. Furthermore, in many complex, dynamic worlds, an agent must maintain many goals at the same time and be able to act quickly and flexibly, because some decisions are time critical and the world is not perfectly predictable.

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