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Inconsistency and Accuracy of Heuristics with A* Search

@article{Dinh2013InconsistencyAA,
  title={Inconsistency and Accuracy of Heuristics with A* Search},
  author={Hang T. Dinh and H. Dinh},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1307.2200}
}
  • Hang T. Dinh, H. Dinh
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Many studies in heuristic search suggest that the accuracy of the heuristic used has a positive impact on improving the performance of the search. In another direction, historical research perceives that the performance of heuristic search algorithms, such as A* and IDA*, can be improved by requiring the heuristics to be consistent -- a property satisfied by any perfect heuristic. However, a few recent studies show that inconsistent heuristics can also be used to achieve a large improvement in… CONTINUE READING

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