Extending TIM domain analysis to handle ADL constructs

Cresswell, S. and Fox, M. and Long, D.; McCluskey, T. L., ed. (2002) Extending TIM domain analysis to handle ADL constructs. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

Planning domain analysis provides information which is useful to the domain designer, and which can also be exploited by a planner to reduce search. The TIM domain analysis tool infers types and invariants from an input domain de¯nition and initial state. In this paper we describe extensions to the TIM system to allow efficient processing of domains written in a more expressive language with features of ADL: types, conditional efects, universally quantifed effects and negative preconditions.