Heuristics and metaheuristics in forward-chaining planning

Abstract

Forward-chaining heuristic search is a well-established and popular paradigm for planning. It is, however, characterised by two key weaknesses. First, search is guided by a domain-independent heuristic which although applicable in a wide range of domains, can often give poor guidance. Second, the metaheuristics used to control forward-chaining planning are… (More)

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