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Case-Based Planning - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123220608, 9780323138468

Case-Based Planning

1st Edition

Viewing Planning as a Memory Task

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Author: Kristian Hammond
eBook ISBN: 9780323138468
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th March 1989
Page Count: 277
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Table of Contents

Planning and Memory. Learnin


Perspectives in Artificial Intelligence, Volume 1: Case-Based Planning: Viewing Planning as a Memory Task focuses on the processes, methodologies, and techniques employed in viewing planning as a memory task.

The publication first elaborates on planning and memory and learning from planning. Discussions focus on learning from cases, learning plans, learning to predict failures, case-based planning, structure of case-based planning, and learning from planning. The text then elaborates on planning from memory and planning Thematic Organization Packets (TOPs) and strategies, including TOPs in understanding and planning, TOPs and strategies, and function of memory.

The manuscript takes a look at modifying and repairing plans, case-based planning, and planning and planners. Topics include CHEF as a program, case-based planning as planning and learning, noticing and explaining the failure, storing the plan, different situations for altering plans, and introduction of failure.

The publication is a vital reference for researchers interested in viewing planning as a memory task.


Researchers in academia and industry and graduate students in artificial intelligence, particularly those with interests in knowledge representation, planning, and/or machine learning.


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© Academic Press 1989
28th March 1989
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@qu:I consider Kris' book to be a very significant work on the road to understanding and modeling the true nature of the mind. @source:--Roger Schank, YALE UNIVERSITY

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Kristian Hammond

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The University of Chicago