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Kaelbling, L.P. ; Artificial Intelligence Center, SRI Int., CA, USA

It is argued that the artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics communities, although addressing similar problems, typically focus on very different aspects of those problems. The two fields interact profitably in the area of building intelligent agents; this interaction has resulted in important developments in the areas of vision and planned action. It is suggested that to allow further progress on building intelligent agents, the AI community must make more advances, particularly in the areas of belief revision and learning.<>

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Compcon Spring '88. Thirty-Third IEEE Computer Society International Conference, Digest of Papers

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Feb. 29 1998-March 3 1988

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