Generic Types as Design Patterns for Planning Domain Specification

@inproceedings{Simpson2002GenericTA,
  title={Generic Types as Design Patterns for Planning Domain Specification},
  author={Ron M. Simpson and T. L. McCluskey},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper we investigate the use of ‘Generic Types’ as design patterns to assist in the specification of planning domains. Current planning technology uses induced patterns discovered in a domain specification to speed up plan creation. We argue that such generic types can also be used to help a domain author to develop a design for a domain at specification time using concepts at a much higher level of abstraction than is normally provided by domain specification languages. 

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