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On the extraction of disjunctive landmarks from planning problems via symmetry reduction

Gregory, P. and Cresswell, S. and Long, D. and Porteous, J. (2004) On the extraction of disjunctive landmarks from planning problems via symmetry reduction. In: Proceedings of SymCon'04: The 4th International Workshop on Symetry and Constraint Satisfaction Problems. Springer, pp. 34-41.

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Abstract

The exploitation of symmetry in combinatorial search has typically focused on using information about symmetries to control search. This work describes an approach that exploits symmetry to get more detailed domain-analysis rather than as a method of search control.