Backwards State-space Reduction for Planning in Dynamic Knowledge Bases

30 Jul 2014Valerio SenniMichele Stawowy

In this paper we address the problem of planning in rich domains, where knowledge representation is a key aspect for managing the complexity and size of the planning domain. We follow the approach of Description Logic (DL) based Dynamic Knowledge Bases, where a state of the world is represented concisely by a (possibly changing) ABox and a (fixed) TBox containing the axioms, and actions that allow to change the content of the ABox... (read more)

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