Planning for temporally extended goals

@article{Bacchus1996PlanningFT,
  title={Planning for temporally extended goals},
  author={Fahiem Bacchus and Froduald Kabanza},
  journal={Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence},
  year={1996},
  volume={22},
  pages={5-27}
}
In planning, goals have traditionally been viewed as specifying a set of desirable final states. Any plan that transforms the current state to one of these desirable states is viewed to be correct. Goals of this form are limited in what they can specify, and they also do not allow us to constrain the manner in which the plan achieves its objectives. We propose viewing goals as specifying desirable sequences of states, and a plan to be correct if its execution yields one of these desirable… CONTINUE READING
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