Planning and Acting in Incomplete Domains

@inproceedings{Weber2011PlanningAA,
  title={Planning and Acting in Incomplete Domains},
  author={Christopher Weber and Daniel Bryce},
  booktitle={ICAPS},
  year={2011}
}
Engineering complete planning domain descriptions is often very costly because of human error or lack of domain knowledge. Learning complete domain descriptions is also very challenging because many features are irrelevant to achieving the goals and data may be scarce. We present a planner and agent that respectively plan and act in incomplete domains by i) synthesizing plans to avoid execution failure due to ignorance of the domain model, and ii) passively learning about the domain model… CONTINUE READING
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