DFKI Research Report-94-13

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RR-94-13



Language: English

by Jana Koehler

Planning from Second Principles---A Logic-based Approach

49 Pages

Abstract

In this paper, a logical formalization of planning from second principles is proposed, which relies on a systematic decomposition of the planning process. Deductive inference processes with clearly defined semantics formalize planning from second principles.

Plan modification is based on a deductive approach which yields provably correct modified plans.

Reusable plans are retrieved from a dynamically created plan library using terminological logic as a query language to the libary.

Apart from sequential plans, this approach enables a planner to efficiently reuse and modify plans containing control structures like conditionals and iterations.

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