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Challenges in Temporal--Numeric Planning

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Note unusual time and place: NG08, School of Biosciences

Solving temporal—numeric planning problems presents difficult challenges to planners, particularly in the presence of continuous numeric change, a key facet of many interesting problems. Here, the reasoning about time is inseparable from reasoning about numbers: the times at which we start and finish actions depends on the resource levels; but these, in turn, depend on when we start and finish the actions. In this talk, I will give an overview of the key challenges in this area, and then present the planner COLIN , an approach to solving a useful subset of such problems—those where the continuous numeric change is linear—using a combination of forwards-search heuristic planning and linear programming.

This talk is part of the Artificial Intelligence and Natural Computation seminars series.

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