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Rationale-Supported Mixed-Initiative Case-Based Planning

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Rationale-Supported Mixed-Initiative Case-Based Planning
Mixed-initiative planning envisions a framework in which automated and human planners interact to jointly construct plans that satisfy specific objectives. In this paper, we report on our work engineering a robust mixed-initiative planning system. Human planners rely strongly on past planning experience to generate new plans. ForMAT is a case-basedsystem that supports human planning through the accumulation of user-built plans, query-driven browsing of past plans, and several plan functionality analysis primitives. Prodigy/Analogy is an automated AI planner that combines generative and case-based planning. Stored plans are annotated with plan rationale and reuse involves adaptation driven bythis rationale. Our system, MI-CBP, integrates ForMAT and Prodigy/Analogy into a real-time message-passing mixed-initiative planning system. The main technical approach consists of allowing the user to specify and link objectives that enable the system to capture and reuse plan rationale. We prese...
Manuela M. Veloso, Alice M. Mulvehill, Michael T.
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where AAAI
Authors Manuela M. Veloso, Alice M. Mulvehill, Michael T. Cox
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