The capacity for planful behavior is one of the major characteristics of an intelligent agent. When acting in realistic environments, however, reasoning about how to achieve one’s goals is complicated significantly, both by the limited perceptions of the agent and the high dynamics of the environment, especially when other intelligent agents are present. Fortunately, when acting continuously in such an environment, agents can actively try to reduce their uncertainties, for example by deliberative exploration, cooperation with others, and monitoring of failures.
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