The First Probabilistic Track of the International Planning Competition

Håkan L. S. Younes Michael L. Littman David Weissman John Asmuth

Abstract
The 2004 International Planning Competition, IPC-4, included a probabilistic planning track for the first time. We describe the new domain specification language we created for the track, our evaluation methodology, the competition domains we developed, and the results of the participating teams.

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