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authors Hammond, K.
year 1989
title Case-Based Planning: Viewing Planning as a Memory Task
source Boston, MA, Academic Press
summary A case-based planner learns by correctly indexing its planning experiences in memory. The main task of the learner is to figure out which features a piece of information should be indexed under. A case-based planner learns 1) new plans; 2) the features that predict failures; 3) past repairs to faulty plans that it can reuse. This learning is accomplished by saving the different results of the planner's own experiences.
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