Human-Guided Simple Search

@inproceedings{Anderson2000HumanGuidedSS,
  title={Human-Guided Simple Search},
  author={David Anderson and Emily Anderson and Neal Lesh and Joe Marks and Brian Mirtich and David Ratajczak and Kathy Ryall},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI},
  year={2000}
}
Scheduling, routing, and layout tasks are examples of hard operations-research problems that have broad application in industry. Typical algorithms for these problems combine some form of gradient descent to find local minima with some strategy for escaping nonoptimal local minima. Our idea is to divide these two subtasks cleanly between human and computer: in our paradigm of human-guided simple search the computer is responsible only for finding local minima using a simple hill-climbing search… CONTINUE READING
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