Panel Summary: the Parallel Between Acting and Thinking: Using it for Better Process Understanding
thinking deals with building and transforming representations;
there is a fruitful parallel to draw between thinking and acting.
We based and evaluated them on progressively more abstract examples recalled here. There were many interventions, comments and objections, during the introductory statement and in the subsequent discussion: they are reported in the last section.
KeywordsIndustrial Robot Computational Logic Transforming Representation Introductory Statement Abstraction Hierarchy
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