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VAL : automatic plan validation, continuous effects and mixed initiative planning using PDDL

Howey, R. and Long, D. and Fox, M. (2004) VAL : automatic plan validation, continuous effects and mixed initiative planning using PDDL. In: 16th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI 2004), 2004-11-15 - 2004-11-17.

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Abstract

This paper describes aspects of our plan validation tool, VAL. The tool was initially developed to support the 3rd International Planning Competition, but has subsequently been extended in order to exploit its capabilities in plan validation and development. In particular, the tool has been extended to include advanced features of PDDL2.1 which have proved important in mixed-initiative planning in a space operations project. Amongst these features, treatment of continuous effects is the most significant, with important effects on the semantic interpretation of plans. The tool has also been extended to keep abreast of developments in PDDL, providing critical support to participants and organisers of the 4th IPC.