Dynamic Abstraction Planning

@inproceedings{Goldman1997DynamicAP,
  title={Dynamic Abstraction Planning},
  author={Robert P. Goldman and David J. Musliner and Kurt D. Krebsbach and Mark S. Boddy},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI},
  year={1997}
}
This paper describes Dynamic Abstraction Planning (DAP), an abstraction planning technique that improves the efficiency of state-enumeration planners for real-time embedded systems such as CIRCA. Abstraction is used to remove detail from the state representation, reducing both the size of the state space that must be explored to produce a plan and the size of the resulting plan. The intuition behind this approach is simple: in some situations, certain world features are important, while in… CONTINUE READING

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