Decomposition and Causality in Partial-order Planning

@inproceedings{Young1994DecompositionAC,
  title={Decomposition and Causality in Partial-order Planning},
  author={R. Michael Young and Martha E. Pollack and Johanna D. Moore},
  booktitle={AIPS},
  year={1994}
}
We describe DPOCL, a partial-order causal link planner that includes action decomposition. DPOCL builds directly on the SNLP algorithm [10], and hence is clear and simple, and can readily be integrated with other SNLP extensions. In addition, DPOCL is speci cally designed to handle partially speci ed action decompositions. Plan generation in DPOCL exploits the planner's ability to ll in the missing pieces of a partially speci ed subplan in a way that uses the existing context of the larger plan… CONTINUE READING
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