PDDLPlanning Domain Description Language (artificial intelligence planning and scheduling engines)
PDDLPermutation Development Data Layout (T.J.E. Schwartz article)
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The approach is based on transforming the WS composition problem into a planning problem that is encoded in PDDL and solved by external planners.
Abbreviations: ACL = agent communication language, FIPA = Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents, GUI = graphical user interface, IW = intelligent wheelchair, JADE = Java Agent DEvelopment Framework, MAS = multiagent system, MMI = multimodal interface, MR = mixed reality, PDDL = planning domain definition language, PID = proportional-integral-derivative, UDP = user datag ram protocol, USB = universal serial bus.
In our work we have used Planning Domain Definition Language (PDDL) to define task templates, and these templates are implemented as workflows.
Besides the transformations described in this article we have exercised several experiments with PDDL base solvers and SAT solvers, but this is beyond the scope of this article.
For this scenario, the agent's PDDL domain description included (1) the vehicle's location, depth, speed, and heading; (2) notional processed input from passive sonar sensors (classified as "engine noise" or "active pings"); (3) actions for traversing to a waypoint and surveying a region (which causes the vehicle to execute "lawnmower" motion patterns); and (4) exogenous events for state changes as communicated by the UVC.
The competition had two tracks: the PDDL track, where teams had to generate PDDL models using PDDL features up to those introduced in version 3.1, and the Open track, where teams could encode models in any other language.
IPC flourished, and during the next 17 years IPC grew into various tracks comparing a variety of extensions of the classical planning model based on STRIPS (Fikes and Nilsson 1971) and Action Description Language (ADL) (Pednault 1989), using the Planning Domain Description Language (PDDL) (McDermott et al.
Taken together, these properties of the representation rendered Planning Domain Definition Language (PDDL)based planners unusable for purposes or this research.
Some of them were specifically designed for testing planners' ability in handling the required PDDL features, and had not directly lead to applications.
The Workshop on Intelligent Narrative Technologies also explored challenges of knowledge engineering in narrative through a panel on encoding the story of the Iliad in the PDDL planning domain language.