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SHOP: Simple Hierarchical Ordered Planner
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SHOP (Simple Hierarchical Ordered Planner) is a domain-independent HTN planning system with the following characteristics. Expand
Total-Order Planning with Partially Ordered Subtasks
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We have described a new HTN planning algorithm called SHOP2, which is sound and complete, and it constructs plans in the same order that they will later be executed. Expand
Generating Diverse Plans Using Quantitative and Qualitative Plan Distance Metrics
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We investigate domain-independent diverse plan generation with heuristic search planners, using a method that is amenable to both quantitative and qualitative distance metrics. Expand
Applications of SHOP and SHOP2
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We design the simple hierarchical ordered planner (SHOP) and its successor, SHOP2, with two goals in mind: to investigate research issues in automated planning and to provide some simple, practical planning tools. Expand
HTN-MAKER: Learning HTNs with Minimal Additional Knowledge Engineering Required
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We describe HTN-MAKER, an algorithm for learning hierarchical planning knowledge in the form of decomposition methods for Hierarchical Task Networks (HTNs). Expand
Conversational Case-Based Reasoning
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Conversational case-based reasoning (CCBR) was the first widespread commercially successful form of case- based reasoning. Expand
Learning HTN Method Preconditions and Action Models from Partial Observations
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We present a new algorithm which we call HTN-learner, first builds constraints from given observed decomposition trees to build action models and method preconditions. Expand
Retrieving Cases in Structured Domains by Using Goal Dependencies
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We present a domain-independent architecture that explicitly represents these dependencies so that retrieving relevant cases is ensured without negatively affecting the performance of the case-based planning process. Expand
HICAP: An Interactive Case-Based Planning Architecture and its Application to Noncombatant Evacuation Operations
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This paper describes HICAP, a general purpose planning architecture that we have developed and applied to assist military commanders and their staff with planning NEOs (Noncombatant Evacuation Operations). Expand
Case-Based Plan Adaptation: An Analysis and Review
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Case-based planning is a problem-solving method that uses a library of cases, where a case associates a past problem and goal description with a plan that solves the problem by achieving the goal. Expand
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