Integrating Failure Recovery with Planner Debugging

Adele Howe

Automated failure recovery and debugging are two common methods of reducing the impact of failures. This paper proposes an integration of the two methods in a system for helping designers tune failure recovery and debug a plan knowledge base. The system will collect information about failures and their recovery during planner execution and use that information to identify possible flaws in failure recovery and in the plans. The system will be an automated and extended version of previous research on Failure Recovery Analysis [Howe, 1993].


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