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Title: Constraints and AI Planning
Authors: Nareyek, A
Freuder, E C
Fourer, R
Giunchiglia, R P
Kautz, H
Rintanen, J
Tate, Austin
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Nareyek, A., Freuder, E.C., Fourer, R., Giunchiglia, E., Goldman, R.P., Kautz, H., Rintanen, J. and Tate, A. (2005) Constraints and AI (Planning, Notes from the Workshop on Constraints and AI Planning at AAAI-2000, Austin, Texas, USA, August 2000) IEEE Intelligent Systems, March/April 2005, 20(2), pp. 62-72, IEEE.
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Abstract: Tackling real-world problems often requires to take various types of constraints into account. Such constraint types range from simple numerical comparators to complex resources. This article describes how planning techniques can be integrated with general constraint-solving frameworks, like SAT, IP and CP. In many cases, the complete planning problem can be cast in these frameworks.
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Keywords: artificial intelligence
Computer Science
HTN systems
constraint based methods
Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute
ISSN: 1541-1672
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