Nareyek, A. 2000. |
Open World Planning as SCSP.
In Papers from the AAAI-2000 Workshop on Constraints and AI Planning, Technical Report, WS-00-02, 35-46. AAAI Press, Menlo Park, California.
Planning for the real world requires the ability to sense and reason about an arbitrary number of entities and relations that are not known in advance. However, most satisfaction-based planning systems only reason about a fixed number of given unique fluents. This article presents the planning model of the constraint-based EXCALIBUR agent's planning system. The model is based on structural constraint satisfaction, which makes it possible to use arbitrary plan structures and to handle open world planning.
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