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Heuristic graph searching

  • Igor Aleksander
  • Henri Farreny
  • Malik Ghallab
Part of the Robot Technology book series (RT, volume 6)

Abstract

In this chapter, the following will be considered:
  • algorithms involving complete developments (strategy a);

  • algorithms involving partial developments (strategy b);

  • algorithms involving redundant search;

  • ε-admissible algorithms.

Keywords

Terminal State Optimal Route Complete Development Heuristic Information Pend State 
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  • Igor Aleksander
  • Henri Farreny
  • Malik Ghallab

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