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Computer Similarity in a Reuse Library System: An AI-based Approach
This paper presents an AI-based library system for software reuse, called AIRS, that allows a developer to browse a software library in search of components that best meet some stated requirement. A component is described ...
Complexity Results for HTN Planning
Most practical work on AI planning systems during the last fifteen years has been based on hierarchical task network (HTN) decomposition, but until now, there has been very little analytical work on the properties of HTN ...
A Critical Look at Critics in HTN Planning
Detecting interactions and resolving conflicts in one of the key issues for generative planning systems. Hierarchical Task Network (HTN) planning systems use critics for this purpose. Critics have provided extra efficiency ...
PRA: Massively Parallel Heuristic Search
In this paper we describe a variant of A* search designed to run on the massively parallel, SIMD Connection Machine. The algorithm is designed to run in a limited memory by use of a retraction technique which allows nodes ...
Semantics for Hierarchical Task-Network Planning
One big obstacle to understanding the nature of hierarchical task network (HTN) planning has been the lack of a clear theoretical framework. In particular, no one has yet presented a clear and concise HTN algorithm that ...
Advances in High Performance Knowledge Representation
Real world applications are demanding that KR systems provide support for knowledge bases containing millions of assertions. We present Parka-DB, a high-performance reimplementation of the Parka KR language which uses a ...