Automatic Derivation of Memoryless Policies and Finite-State Controllers Using Classical Planners

@inproceedings{Bonet2009AutomaticDO,
  title={Automatic Derivation of Memoryless Policies and Finite-State Controllers Using Classical Planners},
  author={Blai Bonet and H{\'e}ctor Palacios and Hector Geffner},
  booktitle={ICAPS},
  year={2009}
}
Finite-state and memoryless controllers are simple action selection mechanisms widely used in domains such as videogames and mobile robotics. Memoryless controllers stand for functions that map observations into actions, while finitestate controllers generalize memoryless ones with a finite amount of memory. In contrast to the policies obtained from MDPs and POMDPs, finite-state controllers have two advantages: they are often extremely compact, involving a small number of controller states or… CONTINUE READING
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