An empirical study of sensing and defaulting in planning

@inproceedings{Krebsbach1992AnES,
  title={An empirical study of sensing and defaulting in planning},
  author={Kurt D. Krebsbach and Duane E. Olawsky and Maria L. Gini},
  year={1992}
}
Traditional approaches to task planning assume that the planner has access to all of the world information needed to develop a complete, correct plan which can then be executed in its entirety by an agent. Since this assumption does not typically hold in realistic domains, we have implemented a planner which can plan to perform sensor operations to allow an agent to gather the information necessary to complete planning and achieve its goals in the face of missing or uncertain environmental… CONTINUE READING

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