Questions tagged [strips]

For questions related to the Stanford Research Institute Problem Solver (also known as STRIPS), which is an automated planner developed by Richard Fikes and Nils Nilsson in 1971 at SRI International.

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choose operator in STRIPS algorithm

Let's say we have a "monkey and banana" problem. Let's say we have 3 places: A, B and C. We also have the operator move(X, Y), which moves the monkey from ...
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FastDownward PDDL Planner Limitations

I recently had a look at automated planners and experimented a little bit with FastDownward. As I wanted to start a toy project, I created a PDDL model for the ordinary 3D Rubik's Cube (of course ...
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Can the C4.5 algorithm learn a GOAP model?

Goal-oriented action planning (GOAP) is a well-known planning technique in computer games. It was introduced to control the non-player characters in the game F.E.A.R. (2005) by creating an abstract ...
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Solving sokoban puzzle using STRIPS planner

I would like to solve the sokoban puzzle : consists in moving acharacter in a 2D map to push boulders into target cells. Each turn,the player can move to an adjacent cell (no diagonals) if it is empty,...
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How can STRIPS be extended into SOAR?

Introduction SOAR is a great project and shows how to combine different academic disciplines into reproducible research. It was created with openness in mind and psychological knowledge can be ...