TitleChanging minds by reasoning about belief revision: a challenge for cognitive systems
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Conference2013
AuthorsBridewell, W, Bello, P
Conference NameProceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems
Pagination57-72
PublisherCognitive Systems Foundation
Conference LocationBaltimore, MD.
Abstract

In this paper, we explore the representational and inferential requirements for supporting a rich notion of belief revision. Our analysis extends beyond the typical case of a single agent revising its beliefs in light of new information into the realm of social engagement. More to the point, we argue that although belief revision mechanisms surely operate at the level of single agents, we must also consider the need to lift an agent’s understanding of the belief revision process to the knowledge level in order to intentionally guide other agents’ revision processes with whom it socially inter- acts. In exploring belief revision at the knowledge level, we identify reasons for rejecting classical formulations of the problem and identify constraints by which alternative accounts must abide.

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NRL Publication Release Number: 
13-1231-3178
pub_tags: 
cognitive architectures