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Efficient Plan Adaptation through Replanning Windows and Heuristic Goals

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Efficient Plan Adaptation through Replanning Windows and Heuristic Goals
Fast plan adaptation is important in many AI-applications. From a theoretical point of view, in the worst case adapting an existing plan to solve a new problem is no more efficient than a complete regeneration of the plan. However, in practice plan adaptation can be much more efficient than plan generation, especially when the adapted plan can be obtained by performing a limited amount of changes to the original plan. In this paper, we investigate a domain-independent method for plan adaptation that modifies the original plan by replanning within limited temporal windows containing portions of the plan that need to be revised. Each window is associated with a particular replanning subproblem that contains some "heuristic goals" facilitating the plan adaptation, and that can be solved using different planning methods. An experimental analysis shows that, in practice, adapting a given plan for solving a new problem using our techniques can be much more efficient than replannin...
Alfonso Gerevini, Ivan Serina
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where FUIN
Authors Alfonso Gerevini, Ivan Serina
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