Multiagent Planning in the Presence of Multiple Goals

Abstract

Traditionally, planning involves a single agent for which a planner needs to find a sequence of actions that can transform some initial state into some state where a given goal statement is satisfied. A good example of such a problem is how to solve Rubik’s cube. The initial state is some configuration of the cube, and we need to find a sequence of… (More)

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