Improving Hierarchical Planning Performance by the Use of Landmarks. Elkawkagy, M., Bercher, P., Schattenberg, B., & Biundo, S. In Proceedings of the 26th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2012), pages 1763–1769, 2012. AAAI Press.
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In hierarchical planning, landmarks are tasks that occur on every search path leading from the initial plan to a solution. In this work, we present novel domain-independent planning strategies based on such hierarchical landmarks. Our empirical evaluation on four benchmark domains shows that these landmark-aware strategies outperform established search strategies in many cases.
@InProceedings{Elkawkagy2012LandmarkStrategies,
  author     = {Mohamed Elkawkagy and Pascal Bercher and Bernd Schattenberg and Susanne Biundo},
  title      = {Improving Hierarchical Planning Performance by the Use of Landmarks},
  booktitle  = {Proceedings of the 26th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2012)},
  year       = {2012},
  pages      = {1763--1769},
  publisher  = {{AAAI} Press},
  abstract   = {In hierarchical planning, landmarks are tasks that occur on every search path leading from the initial plan to a solution. In this work, we present novel domain-independent planning strategies based on such hierarchical landmarks. Our empirical evaluation on four benchmark domains shows that these landmark-aware strategies outperform established search strategies in many cases.},
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  url_Slides = {https://hierarchical-task.net/pb/2012/Elkawkagy2012LandmarkStrategiesSlides.pdf},
  url_Poster = {https://hierarchical-task.net/pb/2012/Elkawkagy2012LandmarkStrategiesPoster.pdf}
}
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