A Model-Based Approach to the Constructionof Adaptive Case-Based Planning

@inproceedings{Birnbaum1991AMA,
  title={A Model-Based Approach to the Constructionof Adaptive Case-Based Planning},
  author={S J Birnbaum and Gregg Collins and Matthew Brand and Michael Freed and Bruce Krulwich and Louise PryorNorthwestern UniversityThe},
  year={1991}
}
1 Chicken and water chestnuts A case-based planner devises new plans by retrieving and adapting old ones from memory (see, e. Ideally, the plan it retrieves from memory should be one that requires the least adaptation to t the current circumstances. Finding this plan in a cost-eeective way is thus a key issue in case-based reasoning (see, e. The approach that is generally taken to this problem is simply to use the goals that the planner is attempting to achieve as indices into its plan library… CONTINUE READING