AAAI Publications, Twenty-Sixth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence

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Width and Complexity of Belief Tracking in Non-Deterministic Conformant and Contingent Planning
Blai Bonet, Hector Geffner

Last modified: 2012-07-14

Abstract


It has been shown recently that the complexity of belief tracking in deterministic conformant and contingent planning is exponential in a width parameter that is often bounded and small. In this work, we introduce a new width notion that applies to non-deterministic conformant and contingent problems as well. We also develop a belief tracking algorithm for non-deterministic problems that is exponential in the problem width, analyze the width of non-deterministic benchmarks, compare the new notion to the previous one over deterministic problems, and present experimental results.

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