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Planning in probabilistic domains using a deterministic numeric planner

Jimenez, S. and Coles, A.I. and Smith, A.J. (2006) Planning in probabilistic domains using a deterministic numeric planner. In: 25th Workshop of the UK Planning and Scheduling Special Interest Group, 2006-12-14 - 2006-12-15.

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Abstract

In the probabilistic track of the IPC5 - the last International planning competitions - a probabilistic planner based on combining deterministic planning with replanning - FF-REPLAN - out performed the other competitors. This probabilistic planning paradigm discarded the probabilistic information of the domain, just considering for each action its nominal effect as a deterministic effect.