Diagnosis As Planning: Two Case Studies
Diagnosis of discrete event systems amounts to finding good explanations, in the form of system trajectories consistent with a given set of partially ordered observations. This problem is closely related to planning, and in fact can be recast as a classical planning problem. We formulate a PDDL encoding of this diagnosis problem, and use it to evaluate planners representing a variety of planning paradigms on two realistic case studies. Results demonstrate that certain planning techniques have...[Show more]
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