Causal Links Planning and the Systematic Approach to Action and Change

L. Karlsson

This paper presents an analysis of partial-order and causal-links planning based on Sandewall’s systematic approach to reasoning about action and change. The partial-order planners TWEAK and SNLP are analysed and reconstructed. A temporal logic, called the fluent logic, is used for representing plans, and the strong connection between causal links and elements of the fluent logic are pointed out.


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