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V. * This approach provides a structural and * For more details on this, see d-separation in . s. While BNs have been successfully used to prototype intelligent systems, including a tool for adversarial intent inferencing  and a causal analysis tool for military planning and wargaming [21,26], limitations exist for constructing such networks due to BN requirements such as completeness of conditional probability tables. In this chapter, we recommend another uncertainty model called Bayesian knowledge bases (BKBs) .
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This is one major difference between the AII model and other approaches, such as the Soar system. Also, unlike the Soar and BDI models where the committed plans or chosen operators constrain the search space, the AII model’s reasoning space is defined by the current state of the world as seen through the eyes of the adversary. In addition to inferring the possible goals, intentions, and actions, the AII model also emphasizes the explanation of inferred results by relating them to the adversary’s beliefs.
Adversarial Reasoning: Computational Approaches to Reading the Opponents Mind by Alexander Kott, William M. McEneaney