Domain-Dependent Single-Agent Search Enhancements

@inproceedings{Junghanns1999DomainDependentSS,
  title={Domain-Dependent Single-Agent Search Enhancements},
  author={Andreas Junghanns and Jonathan Schaeffer},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1999}
}
Al research has developed an extensive collect ion of methods to solve state-space problems. Using the challenging domain of Sokoban, this paper studies the effect of search enhancements on program performance. We show that the current state of the ar t in AT generally requires a large p rog ramming and research effort into domain-dependent: methods to solve even moderately complex problems in such di f f icul t domains. The appl icat ion of domain-specif ic knowledge to exploi t propert ies of… CONTINUE READING
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