An Extension to Least Committed Graphplan for Handling Conditional Effects

@article{Zhang2005AnET,
  title={An Extension to Least Committed Graphplan for Handling Conditional Effects},
  author={Xin-mei Zhang and Wen-Xiang Gu and Li Xu and Fei Ren},
  journal={2005 International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={249-253}
}
Since Graphplan was proposed, intelligent planning has become a research focus in AI. This paper provides a new algorithm that extends Least Committed Graphplan to handling conditional effects. Different from the previous work on it, we employ the sub-mutex relations between action components, which makes the construction of planning graph much faster. In addition, we distinguish brotherhood components and non-brotherhood components, and treat them respectively during solution extraction, in… CONTINUE READING

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