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Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: Sept 23rd   
Notification: October 27th
Early registration: November 3rd
Camera Ready: November 3rd
Workshop: December 1 - 2

Organization:

Simone Fratini
ISTC-CNR, Italy
simone.fratini@istc.cnr.it

Alfonso Gerevini
University of Brescia, Italy
gerevini@ing.unibs.it

Derek Long
University of Strathclyde, UK
Derek.Long@cis.strath.ac.uk

Alessandro Saetti
University of Brescia, Italy
saetti@ing.unibs.it


Workshop Programme

 

Wednesday December 1st, 2010

8:50 - 9:00    PlanSIG Welcome and Workshop Introduction
 
9:00 - 10:20   Session I: Applications and benchmarks (Chair: Ivan Serina)
9.20 - 9.40 Experiences with Temporal Planning
Andrew Coles, Derek Long and Philip Rendell
  
9.40-10.00 Monte-Carlo Planning for Pathfinding in Real-Time Strategy Games
Munir Naveed, Diane Kitchin and Andrew Crampton
  
10.00-10.20 New Planning Benchmarks: Vehicle Routing Problem Variants
Peter Gregory
  

10:20 - 10:50 Coffee break

10:50-12:20   Session II: Classical planning and planning with loops (Chair: Derek Long)
10.50-11.10 Searching for Plans with Carefully Designed Probes
Nir Lipovetzky and Hector Geffner
 
11.10-11.30 A Novel Constraint Model for Parallel Planning
Roman Bartak
 
11.30-11.40 Using Finite-State Automata to Model and Solve Planning Problems
Daniel Toropila and Roman Bartak
 
11.40-12.00 Abstractions in a Domain Independent Planning Context
Susanne Murphy, Craig McNulty, Peter Gregory and Derek Long
 
12.00-12.20 Generalized Planning with Loops under Strong Fairness Constraints
Giuseppe De Giacomo, Fabio Patrizi and Sebastian Sardina
 

12:20 - 14:50 Lunch

14:50-16:10 Session III: Learning, Plan adaptation and Replanning (Chair: Simone Fratini)
14.50-15.00 Optimal SAT-based Planning with Macro-actions and Learned Horizons
Alfonso Gerevini, Alessandro Saetti and Mauro Vallati
 
15.00-15.10 Extracting Plans From Plans
David Pattison and Derek Long
 
15.10-15.30 Anytime Plan-Adaptation for Continuous Planning
Antonio Garrido, Cesar Guzman Alvarez and Eva Onaindia
 
15.30-15.50 The OAKplan Case-Based Planner
Ivan Serina
 
15.50-16.10 PELEA: Planning, Learning and Execution Architecture
Vidal Alcazar, César Guzmán, David Prior, Daniel Borrajo, Luis Castillo and Eva Onaindia
 

16:10 - 16:40 Coffee break

16:40-18:00 Poster session
Identifying Domain Invariants from an Object-Relationship Model
Tim Grant
   
Comparison of CP and IP Techniques for Data Transfer Planning
Petr Holub, Miloš Liška, Hana Rudová and Pavel Troubil
   
Using Sensitivity Analysis to Illustrate and Improve Schedule Robustness
Lisa Swenson, James Little, Joseph Manning and Roman van der Krogt
   
Using Finite-State Automata to Model and Solve Planning Problems
Daniel Toropila and Roman Barták
 
Optimal SAT-based Planning with Macro-actions and Learned Horizons
Alfonso Gerevini, Alessandro Saetti and Mauro Vallati
Formal Methods for Plan-based Robot Autonomy: A Case Study
Andrea Orlandini, Alberto Finzi, Amedeo Cesta, Simone Fratini and Enrico Tronci
 
Pheromone models for numerical planning
Marco Baioletti, Alfredo Milani, Valentina Poggioni, Fabio Rossi and Pierpaolo Furiani
 

 

Thursday  December 2nd, 2010

08:50 - 09:00 AI*IA 2010 Welcome and Introduction (Alfonso Gerevini, University of Brescia)

09:00 - 16:40 AI*IA 2010 Plenary Session
 
16:50-18:10 Session IV: Temporal planning and scheduling (Chair: Roman Barták)
16.50-17.10 A Constraint Based Approach to Integrated Planning and Scheduling
Silvia Magrelli and Federico Pecora
 
17.10-17.30 Deterministic Kinodynamic Planning
François Gaillard, Michael Soulignac, Cédric Dinont and Philippe Mathieu
 
17.30-17.50 Precedence Constraint Posting for the RCPSP with Uncertain, Bounded Durations
Michele Lombardi and Michela Milano
 
17.50-18.10 Exploiting Iterative Flattening Search to Solve Job Shop Scheduling Problems with Setup Times
Angelo Oddi, Riccardo Rasconi, Amedeo Cesta and Stephen Smith
 

 

The workshop has been held on December 1st and 2nd, 2010. You can look at some snapshots here.

Complete proceedings of the workshop are also available as a PDF File.