Answer Set Planning (1999)
In ``answer set programming,'' solutions to a problem are represented by answer sets, and not by answer substitutions produced in response to a query, as in conventional logic programming. Instead of Prolog, answer set programming uses software systems capable of computing answer sets. This paper is about applications of this idea to planning.
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In Proceedings ICLP-99, pp. 23-37 1999.
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Vladimir Lifschitz Faculty vl [at] cs utexas edu