Integrating Top-Down Planning with a Bottom-Up Approach that Learns to Locally Combine Actions

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This paper describes two open problems in planning and presents preliminary ideas that could lead to potential solutions. The problems on which the paper focuses are (1) combining top-down and bottom-up reasoning to create hierarchical plans, and (2) representing domain knowledge in domains that are unpredictable or too complex to described or reasoned… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bulka2006IntegratingTP, title={Integrating Top-Down Planning with a Bottom-Up Approach that Learns to Locally Combine Actions}, author={Blazej Bulka and Marie desJardins}, booktitle={AAAI Spring Symposium: Distributed Plan and Schedule Management}, year={2006} }