A Domain Description Language for Data Processing

@inproceedings{Golden2003ADD,
  title={A Domain Description Language for Data Processing},
  author={Keith Golden},
  year={2003}
}
We discuss an application of planning to data processing, a planning problem which poses unique challenges for domain description languages. We discuss these challenges and why the current PDDL standard does not meet them. We discuss DPADL (Data Processing Action Description Language), a language for describing planning domains that involve data processing. DPADL is a declarative, object-oriented language that supports constraints and embedded Java code, object creation and copying, explicit… CONTINUE READING

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