Title Model of Tricking using Belief on Unobservable Other
Authors Takashi Omori (Tamagawa University)
Kazuhiro Okutani (Nippon Chemi-Con Corp.)
Abstract In a communication scene between human, we estimate the belief of other person on outer world, and change own action based on the estimation. Belief inference is indispensable for the human-human, and for the human-agent interaction. However, there are few models that represent dynamics of belief in the interaction scene. So, in this study, we use a chasing game that require the belief process for realizing higher level interaction, and evaluate a belief model we developed by a computer simulation. We also discuss on a possibility of tricking that makes use of the belief estimation process.
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