Applying Decision Theory to Reactive Planning

Fahiem Bacchus and Froduald Kabanza

We are engaged in a research project aimed at the synthesis of reactive plans [BDg0, GK91, Kabg0, Mitg0, DKKN93a]. Reactive plans are different from classical plans in that they are specified as a collection of rules or "reactions" of the form S =~ a, where S is a description (perhaps partial) of a situation or state and is an action executable by the agent (such rules have also been called situated control rules by Drummond [DruB9]). The meaning of such a rule is that if the agent finds itself in a state characterized by S, then it should execute action a.


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