Temporal Reasoning for Planning and Scheduling in Complex Domains: Lessons Learned

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Over the past five years, we have implemented and applied efficient, general-purpose temporal reasoning as a substrate for building planning and scheduling systems. We have also investigated the kinds of temporal reasoning that will be most useful, and for what problems. Our results confirm that temporal reasoning is a sufficiently self-contained activity… (More)

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