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These beliefs suggested that revision was an activity focused on correctness. ... When we ask students to write one way over another using these technologies we are asking them to reconsider or revise their beliefs and values about what counts as academic writing. ...doi:10.9707/2168-149x.1100 fatcat:e4w6scfg3ndtxmelmdltpnqkyu
The Australasian Journal of Logic
However, I articulate a Neo-Quinean view that preserves the rational acceptability of collaborative revision. ... I argue that the apparent conflict is mostly resolved under close exegesis, but that the translation argument normatively rules out collaborative revision and allows only revision by individuals. ... of collaborative revision with Quine's framework. ...doi:10.26686/ajl.v14i1.4026 fatcat:wa7ik4jwmreafbsvb6qmxh64sq
This article addresses collaborative learning in a multiagent system: each agent revises incrementally its beliefs B (a concept representation) to keep it consistent with the whole set of information K ... If an agent r i revises his belief set B i to B i , changing in the process B C into B C , all other agents r k must then revise their belief set B k to B k = (B k − B C ) ∪ B C . ... Here, the belief set B represents hypothetical knowledge that can therefore be revised, whereas the set of information K represents certain knowledge, composed of non revisable observations and facts. ...doi:10.1109/ictai.2009.73 dblp:conf/ictai/BourgneBFS09 fatcat:avz6fgsp4zbuzfy6y7rnldg5qi
Autonomous belief revision and communication. In Gardenfors, editor, Belief Revision. Cambridge University Press. Grice, H. Paul. 1975. Logic and conversation. In Peter Cole and Jerry L. ... Belief revision and dialogue management in information retrieval. Technical Report 339, University of Cambridge, Computer L aboratory. Luchok, Joseph A. and James C. McCroskey. 1978. ...
In collaborative planning activities, since the agents are autonomous and heterogeneous, it is inevitable that conflicts arise in their beliefs during the planning process. ... In cases where such conflicts are relevant to the task at hand, the agents should engage in collaborative negotiation as an attempt to square away the discrepancies in their beliefs. ... whether to revise their own beliefs so as to come to agreement (Chu-Carroll and Carberry, 1995) . ...arXiv:cmp-lg/9505001v1 fatcat:w2uoqzvtsbahhkywsd4djah4ki
In collaborative planning activities, since the agents are autonomous and heterogeneous, it is inevitable that conflicts arise in their beliefs during the planning process. ... In cases where such conflicts are relevant to the t~t~k at hand, the agents should engage in collaborative negotiation as an attempt to square away the discrepancies in their beliefs. ... used in (Grosz and Sidner, 1990; Allen, 1991) . others' beliefs in order to decide whether to revise their own beliefs so as to come to agreement (Chu-Carroll and Carberry, 1995) . ...doi:10.3115/981658.981677 dblp:conf/acl/Chu-CarrollC95 fatcat:5okupwdstfc7rl7e647jly62sq
Belief revision and a theory of communication. Technical Report 193, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England. Galliers, Julia Rose. 1992. Autonomous belief revision and communication. In P. ... Gardenfors, editor, Belief Revision, Cambridge tracts in theoretical computer science. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. Grosz, Barbara, Aravind K. Joshi, and Scott Weinstein. 1995. ...
The factor structure of the Revised Valencia Scale of Attitudes and Beliefs toward Hypnosis-Client Version, as well as its psychometric properties are also analyzed. ... The psychometric properties and factorial structure of this revised version of the scale were examined using a Portuguese Attitudes and beliefs: a multicultural study ... Finally, Capafons, Morales, Espejo and Cabañas (2006) adapted the revised client version of the scale to assess therapists' attitudes and beliefs about hypnosis. ...doi:10.1002/ch.359 fatcat:js747hxevffafnc5eya3brgj2e
Each agent brings to their collaboration different beliefs about ways in which to achieve their goal and the actions necessary for doing so. Each agent may have incomplete or incorrect beliefs. ... Under the SharedPlan approach, the utterances of a discourse are thus understood as con- tributing information toward establishing the beliefs and intentions that are required for successful collaboration ...
A communication layer is added to the POMDP hierarchy for belief sharing and collaboration in a team of robots. ... Key challenges to widespread deployment of mobile robots include collaboration and the ability to tailor sensing and information processing to the task at hand. ... beliefs for collaboration. ...doi:10.1109/tro.2013.2252252 fatcat:vhfl57a6wnbp7hxg4w55r4yfue
We demonstrate that the very process of making a judgment collaboratively rather than individually also contributes to such myopic underweighting of external viewpoints. ... Specifically, if dyad members had given as much weight to peer input as individuals working alone did, then their revised estimates would have been significantly more accurate. ... Collaboration increases efficacy beliefs -beliefs about a person's ability to produce a desired result -including confidence in decision-making (Forsyth, 1999; Park & Hinsz, 2006) , and beliefs about ...doi:10.1177/0956797611429132 pmid:22344447 fatcat:lfp3ucmdd5ekfbz5rby2at3iya
The original formulation of SharedPlans was developed to provide a model of collaborative planning in which it was not necessary for one agent to have intentions toward an act of a different agent. ... In this paper we provide a revised and expanded version of SharedPlans that accommodates actions involving groups of agents as well as complex actions that decompose into multi-agent actions. ... They summarize the set of beliefs and intentions needed for collaborative activity, and also provide the rationale for the process of revising beliefs and intentions; consequently, they motivate the collaborative ...dblp:conf/ijcai/GroszK93 fatcat:2xdcy6lfuvfdlghoixsrdcfv7y
The Journal of the Operational Research Society
Drawing on the theory of Belief Revision, Tselekidis et al show how agents in organizations revise their beliefs when faced with external and internal stimuli. ... Firstly how do individuals draw fresh distinctions and revise their stocks of knowledge? Secondly, how do individuals exchange knowledge? ...
beliefs and practices. ... and between reflection and collaboration. ... for teachers to revise their previous ideas and knowledge. ...doi:10.17648/acta.scientiae.5595 fatcat:vwdkdzljdbhcboeahcqoupnqp4
When agents are collaborative, the negotiation process progresses through a dialogue in which proposals and counter-proposals are exchanged in a common effort to advance towards a mutual agreement. ... Thus, the agent which receives the request will try to revise its own plans and intentions in an attempt to collaborate. ... In order to be able to collaborate with a1, agent a2 has to revise its own plans too, trying to eliminate the source of conflict. ...doi:10.1007/bf02943312 fatcat:azu3oupt3vf2hf7nqoyxnfna5u
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