An Adaptive Planner

Richard Alterman

This paper is about an approach to the flexible utilization of old plans called adaptive planning. An adaptive planner can take advantage of the details associated with specific plans, while still maintaining the flexibility of a planner that works from general plans. Key elements in the theory of adaptive planning are its treatment of background knowledge and the introduction of a notion of planning by situation matching.

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