AAAI Publications, Thirty-First AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence

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Human-Aware Plan Recognition
Hankz Hankui Zhuo

Last modified: 2017-02-12


Plan recognition aims to recognize target plans given observed actions with history plan libraries ordomain models in hand. Despite of the success of previous plan recognition approaches, they all neglect the impact of human preferences on plans. For example, a kid in a shopping mall might prefer to "executing'' a plan of playing in water park, while an adult might prefer to "executing'' a plan of having a cup of coffee. It could be helpful for improving the plan recognition accuracy to consider human preferences on plans. We assume there are historical rating scores on a subset of plans given by humans, and action sequences observed on humans. We estimate unknown rating scores based on rating scores in hand using an off-the-shelf collaborative filtering approach. We then discover plans to best explain the estimated rating scores and observed actions using a skip-gram based approach. In the experiment, we evaluate our approach in three planning domains to demonstrate its effectiveness.

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