Planning with Goal Preferences and Constraints. Conference Paper uri icon


  • Abstract In classical planning, the planner is given a concrete goal; it returns a plan for it or a failure message. In the latter case, the user can either quit or modify the goal. For many applications, it is more convenient to let the user provide a more elaborate specification consisting of constraints and preferences over possible goal states. Then, let the system discover a plan for the most desirable among the feasible goal states. To materialize such an approach we require a formalism for specifying preferences and constraints over goals …

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  • January 1, 2005

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