Corpus ID: 15299785

On the Use of Landmarks in LPG

  title={On the Use of Landmarks in LPG},
  author={F. Benzi and A. Gerevini and A. Saetti and I. Serina},
  • F. Benzi, A. Gerevini, +1 author I. Serina
  • Published in IPS@AI*IA 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Domain-Independent planning is notoriously a very hard search problem. In the literature, several techniques for search control have been proposed in the context of various planning formalisms. In particular, Landmark techniques have been widely used in the planning community in order to guide the search process or to define heuristic functions. A Landmark can be defined as a logical expression, consisting of facts or actions, that certainly becomes true in any solution plan for that problem… CONTINUE READING


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