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When designing state-of-the-art, domain-independent planning systems , many decisions have to be made with respect to the domain analysis or compilation performed during preprocessing, the heuristic functions used during search, and other features of the search algorithm. These design decisions can have a large impact on the performance of the resulting(More)
Sophisticated empirical methods drive the development of high-performance solvers for an increasing range of problems from industry and academia. However, automated tools implementing these methods are often difficult to develop and to use. We address this issue with two contributions. First, we develop a formal description of meta-algorithmic problems and(More)
State-of-the-art planners often exhibit substantial runtime variation , making it useful to be able to efficiently predict how long a given planner will take to run on a given instance. In other areas of AI, such needs are met by building so-called empirical performance models (EPMs), statistical models derived from sets of problem instances and performance(More)
Developers of high-performance algorithms for hard computational problems increasingly take advantage of automated algorithm configuration tools, and consequently often create solvers with many parameters and vast configuration spaces. However, there has been very little work to help these algorithm developers answer questions about the high-quality(More)
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