Corpus ID: 15271678

Incremental abstraction planning for limited-time situations

  title={Incremental abstraction planning for limited-time situations},
  author={Richard Washington and B. Hayes-Roth},
A planning agent needs the ability to plan some of its responses at run time. Because of the limited time available at run time, the agent must build its plans incrementally so that partial results may be used when time is too short to build a complete plan. We have developed an approach to incremental planning that adapts to a changing environment, while at the same time taking advantage of a temporal representation and multiple levels of abstraction. The planner incrementally builds plans… Expand
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