Representing Sensing Actions : The Middle Ground Revisited ( Extended Abstract )

@inproceedings{Golden1996RepresentingSA,
  title={Representing Sensing Actions : The Middle Ground Revisited ( Extended Abstract )},
  author={Keith Golden and Daniel S. Weld},
  year={1996}
}
To build e ective planning systems, it is crucial to nd the right level of representation: too impoverished, and important actions or goals are impossible to express; too expressive, and planning becomes intractable. Under the classical framework, Pednault [17] provided a happy compromise between the impoverished strips representation, and the expensive situation calculus. Among languages handling sensing actions and information goals, there is a similar spectrum of expressiveness. uwl, which… CONTINUE READING

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