Domains

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  • Created on: 22-05-18 15:47
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  • Domains
    • Fully Or Partially Observable Domains
      • Fully Observable Domains: When an agents sensors give it access to the complete state of the world at every point in time
        • Maze Game, Chess, Checkers
      • Partially Observable Domains: When an agent can't see everything that is happening in the world at every point in time
        • Autonomous cars, Tetris
    • Deterministic, Strategic or Stochastic Domains
      • Stochastic Domains are random domains, whereby there is some sort of randomness in the future of the world
        • Real World environments like a motorway, Tetris
      • Strategic Domains are environments that are determined and ignore uncertainty, EXCEPT for the actions of other agents
      • Deterministic domains are determined domains that don't use uncertainty
    • Episodic or Sequential Domains
      • Episodic Domain is where an agents actions do not influence the subsequent state of the world for their future actions
        • Spotting defects on a production line
      • Sequential Domain is where an agents actions do matter and make a difference, changing the state of the world for their future actions
        • Maze game, Chess, most games
    • Static or Dynamic domains
      • Static domains cannot change whilst the agent is thinking/deciding
        • Maze Game
      • Dynamic domains can change whilst the agent is thinking/deciding
        • Tetris, Real life situations like a motorway
    • Discrete or Continuous Domains
      • Discrete Domains have a finite number of states
        • Tetris, Chess, Turn-based stuff
      • Continous domains are time constantly flowing from one moment to the next
        • FPS Shooters, Driving Games, Most real world environments
    • Multi Agent and Single Agent Domains
      • A single agent domain is where there is only one rational agent in the domain. If other agents are in the domain but not working towards stopping the goal of the main agent, it's still single agent
      • A multi agent domain is where there is more than one rational agent, whose value depends on the behaviour of other agents

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