Exploiting temporal coherence in nonlinear plan construction

@article{Drummond1988ExploitingTC,
  title={Exploiting temporal coherence in nonlinear plan construction},
  author={Mark Drummond and Ken Currie},
  journal={Computational Intelligence},
  year={1988},
  volume={4},
  pages={341-348}
}
Correct conventional nonlinear planners operate in accordance with Chapman’s modal truth criterion (MTC). The MTC characterizes the conditions under which an assertion will be true at a point in a nonlinear plan. However, the MTC is not all one requires in order to build a realistic planning system: it merely sanctions the use of a number of plan modifications in order to achieve each assertion in a developing plan. The number of modifications that can be made is usually very large. To avoid… CONTINUE READING
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