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  • What is Planning?

    • “Planning is the process of thinking about the activities required to create a desired goal on some scale” [Wikipedia]

  • We take a more pragmatic view – planning is a flexible approach for taking complex decisions:

    • decide about the schedule of a production line;

    • decide about the movements of an elevator;

    • decide about the flow of paper through a copy machine;

    • decide about robot actions.

  • By “flexible” we mean:

    • the problem is described to the planning system in some generic language;

    • a (good) solution is found fully automatically;

    • if the problem changes, all that needs to be done is to change the description.

  • Planning looks at methods to solve any problem that can be described in the language chosen for the particular planning system.

  • Approaches for the generation of action sequences: action planning and situated activity planning.

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