Planning for Contingencies: A Decision-based Approach

@article{Pryor1996PlanningFC,
  title={Planning for Contingencies: A Decision-based Approach},
  author={Louise Pryor and Gregg Collins},
  journal={J. Artif. Intell. Res.},
  year={1996},
  volume={4},
  pages={287-339}
}
A fundamental assumption made by classical AI planners is that there is no uncertainty in the world: the planner has full knowledge of the conditions under which the plan will be executed and the outcome of every action is fully predictable. These planners cannot therefore construct contingency plans, i.e., plans in which di erent actions are performed in di erent circumstances. In this paper we discuss some issues that arise in the representation and construction of contingency plans and… CONTINUE READING

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