Controlling the Hypothesis Space in Probabilistic Plan Recognition / 2306
Froduald Kabanza, Julien Filion, Abder Rezak Benaskeur, Hengameh Irandoust

The ability to understand the goals and plans of other agents is an important characteristic of intelligent behaviours in many contexts. One of the approaches used to endow agents with this capability is the weighted model counting approach. Given a plan library and a sequence of observations, this approach exhaustively enumerates plan execution models that are consistent with the observed behaviour. The probability that the agent might be pursuing a particular goal is then computed as a proportion of plan execution models satisfying the goal. The approach allows to recognize multiple interleaved plans, but suffers from a combinatorial explosion of plan execution models, which impedes its application to real-world domains. This paper presents a heuristic weighted model counting algorithm that limits the number of generated plan execution models in order to recognize goals quickly by computing their lower and upper bound likelihoods.