Simon Vernhes

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In this paper, we revisit the idea of splitting a planning problem into subproblems hopefully easier to solve with the help of landmark analysis. While this technique initially proposed in the first approaches related to landmarks has been outper-formed by landmark-based heuristics, we believe that it is still a promising research direction. To this end, we(More)
In this paper, we revisit the idea of splitting a planning problem into subproblems hopefully easier to solve with the help of landmark analysis. This technique initially proposed in the rst approaches related to landmarks in classical planning has been outperformed by landmark-based heuristics and has not been paid much attention over the last years. We(More)
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