The International planning competition series and empirical evaluation of AI planning systems

Derek Long, Maria Fox, L. Paquete (Editor), M. Chiarandini (Editor), D. Basso (Editor)

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Abstract

In this paper we consider the role of the International Planning Competition series in the evaluation of planners, both directly through the events themselves, and indirectly through the creation of resources and infrastructure. We also consider the problem of evaluation based on data collected both in the competitions and otherwise and examine some of the issues that arise in attempting to formulate and test hypotheses around the data.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 9 Sep 2006
EventProceedings of Workshop on Empirical Methods for the Analysis of Algorithm - Reykjavik, Iceland
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ConferenceProceedings of Workshop on Empirical Methods for the Analysis of Algorithm
CityReykjavik, Iceland
Period9/09/06 → …

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Keywords

  • planning
  • data collection
  • evaluation
  • artifical intelligence

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Long, D., Fox, M., Paquete, L. (Ed.), Chiarandini, M. (Ed.), & Basso, D. (Ed.) (2006). The International planning competition series and empirical evaluation of AI planning systems. Paper presented at Proceedings of Workshop on Empirical Methods for the Analysis of Algorithm, Reykjavik, Iceland, .
Long, Derek ; Fox, Maria ; Paquete, L. (Editor) ; Chiarandini, M. (Editor) ; Basso, D. (Editor). / The International planning competition series and empirical evaluation of AI planning systems. Paper presented at Proceedings of Workshop on Empirical Methods for the Analysis of Algorithm, Reykjavik, Iceland, .8 p.
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2006. Paper presented at Proceedings of Workshop on Empirical Methods for the Analysis of Algorithm, Reykjavik, Iceland, .

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Long D, Fox M, Paquete L, (ed.), Chiarandini M, (ed.), Basso D, (ed.). The International planning competition series and empirical evaluation of AI planning systems. 2006. Paper presented at Proceedings of Workshop on Empirical Methods for the Analysis of Algorithm, Reykjavik, Iceland, .