By David L. Poole, Alan K. Mackworth
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What distinctions in the world are needed to solve the problem? What specific knowledge about the world is required? How can an agent acquire the knowledge from experts or from experience? How can the knowledge be debugged, maintained, and improved? • How can the agent compute an output that can be interpreted as a solution to the problem? Is worst-case performance or average-case performance the critical time to minimize? Is it important for a human to understand how the answer was derived? These issues are discussed in the next sections and arise in many of the representation schemes presented later in the book.
4. 3: An agent interacting with an environment • observations of the current environment and • past experiences of previous actions and observations, or other data, from which it can learn; • goals that it must try to achieve or preferences over states of the world; and • abilities, which are the primitive actions it is capable of carrying out. Two deterministic agents with the same prior knowledge, history, abilities, and goals should do the same thing. Changing any one of these can result in different actions.
Complex preferences are considered in Chapter 9. 6 Number of Agents An agent reasoning about what it should do in an environment where it is the only agent is difficult enough. However, reasoning about what to do when there are other agents who are also reasoning is much more difficult. An agent in a multiagent setting should reason strategically about other agents; the other agents may act to trick or manipulate the agent or may be available to cooperate with the agent. With multiple agents, is often optimal to act randomly because other agents can exploit deterministic strategies.
Artificial Intelligence: Foundations of Computational Agents by David L. Poole, Alan K. Mackworth