Combining Domain-Independent Planning and HTN Planning: The Duet Planner

@inproceedings{Gerevini2008CombiningDP,
  title={Combining Domain-Independent Planning and HTN Planning: The Duet Planner},
  author={A. Gerevini and U. Kuter and D. Nau and A. Saetti and Nathaniel Waisbrot},
  booktitle={ECAI},
  year={2008}
}
Despite the recent advances in planning for classical domains, the question of how to use domain knowledge in planning is yet to be completely and clearly answered. Some of the existing planners use domain-independent search heuristics, and some others depend on intensively-engineered domain-specific knowledge to guide the planning process. In this paper, we describe an approach to combine ideas from both of the above schools of thought. We present Duet, our planning system that incorporates… Expand
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