Generating qualitatively Different Plans througt Metatheoretic Biases

  title={Generating qualitatively Different Plans througt Metatheoretic Biases},
  author={Karen L. Myers and Thomas J. Lee},
Current methods for generating qua litatively different plans are either based on simple randomization of planning decisions and so cannot guarantee meaningful differences among generated plans, or require extensive user involvement to drive the system into different sections of the overall plan space. This paper presents a cost-effective method for automatically generating qualitatively different plans that is rooted in the creation ofbiasesthat focus the planner toward solutions with certain… CONTINUE READING
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