AAAI Publications, Twenty-Eighth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling

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Learning STRIPS Action Models with Classical Planning
Diego Aineto, Sergio Jiménez, Eva Onaindia

Last modified: 2018-06-15


This paper presents a novel approach for learning strips action models from examples that compiles this inductive learning task into a classical planning task. Interestingly, the compilation approach is flexible to different amounts of available input knowledge; the learning examples can range from a set of plans (with their corresponding initial and final states) to just a pair of initial and final states (no intermediate action or state is given). Moreover, the compilation accepts partially specified action models and it can be used to validate whether the observation of a plan execution follows a given strips action model, even if this model is not fully specified.


Learning action models; Learning as planning; Classical planning

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