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By Scot Anderson, Peter Revesz (auth.), Jean-Daniel Zucker, Lorenza Saitta (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the sixth foreign Symposium on Abstraction, Reformulation, and Approximation, SARA 2005, held in Airth fortress, Scotland, united kingdom in July 2005.

The 17 revised complete papers and eight prolonged abstracts have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the booklet. additionally integrated are three invited papers and eight learn summaries. All present elements of abstraction, reformulation, and approximation within the context of human commonsense reasoning, challenge fixing, and successfully reasoning in complicated domain names are addressed. one of the software fields of those recommendations are computerized programming, constraint delight, layout, analysis, computer studying, seek, making plans, reasoning, video game enjoying, scheduling, and theorem proving.

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Pg , sg ) = next(PLANNER(s0 , g, D)) 6. if Pg = f ail then 7. PR = Find-Plan(sg , R, D) 8. if PR = fail then 9. return Pg ; PR 10. endif 11. endif 12. until Pg = f ail 13. return fail END Fig. 3. The Find-Plan planning algorithm plans that can be generated by the planner to solve one planning problem. A failure is returned (step 12) if the current task can not be solved, or if all the plans that solve the current task make the subsequent tasks unsolvable. 5 Detailed Example This section demonstrates the performance of the proposed approach in the two domains navigation and blocks, shown in Fig.

Since the foreign preconditions of the operator o have also to be satisfied in their respective domains, the planner prepends to o requests to achieve the foreign preconditions in their respective domains. If an operator has more than one foreign component, the planner has to make sure to order the requests according to the order of their domains. e. if the foreign components of the preconditions Pre(o) of o are (f oreign : (D1 : ψ1 )(D2 : ψ2 )) such that D1 ≺ D2 , then as a result of selecting o, the planner inserts the following in the plan: (achieve (D1 : ψ1 ));(achieve (D2 : ψ2 )) ;o where (achieve (Di : ψi )) formulates a request to achieve the conditions ψi in domain Di .

Every task is associated with a set of actions that an agent can undertake to complete the task. ) and compensates the agent with a certain reward. The process stops once the agent either performs all tasks or runs out of at least one of the resources. The goal is to maximize the collected 20 N. Beliaeva and S. Zilberstein reward while performing a sequence of tasks. The structure of such problems allows creating an abstract space very easily by grouping states by resources. Each state is defined by the amount of resources left: Ri = {0, 1, 2, .

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