Utility Models for Goal-Directed, Decision-Theoretic Planners

Abstract

plan is represented by an interval that includes the expected utilities of all possible instantiations of that abstract plan. Refining the plan, that is, choosing an instantiation, can only narrow the interval. We can stop refining an abstract plan when its upper expected utility bound is less than the lower bound of some other plan. Forty-one possible… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/0824-7935.00068

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