A Framework for Interactive Hybrid Planning
Hybrid planning provides a powerful mechanism to solve real-world planning problems. We present a domain-independent, mixed-initiative approach to plan generation that is based on a formal concept of hybrid planning. It allows for any interaction modalities and models of initiative while preserving the soundness of the planning process. Adequately involving the decision competences of end-users in this way will improve the application potential as well as the acceptance of the technology.
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