910The SensoryGraphPlan, edited, tested and working, accessible on my www pages
- Nov 15, 2011The planner SensoryGraphPlan can be found, in an edited, tested and
working status, tested with GNU EMACS, SLIME and CLISP, in my web site
and its subdirectory domains/
Those files carry a copyright notice that they only may be copied and
used for noncommercial research purposes. Therefore, all commercial
use of any of those files necessitates an explicit written permission
of the authors and copyright holders of the files. Moreover, the
copyright notices in those files should not be removed. I interpret
it that giving these files here for the readers of the AIMA discussion
group constitutes a "noncommercial research purpose". I'm doing this
only for the purpose of furthering scientific discussion, no one gets
a single cent from this post.
On the AIMA pages, http://aima.cs.berkeley.edu, the LISP code, for the
book, pages concerning planning refer to the UCPOP system. However,
when one accesses these UCPOP pages then the user will find the notice
that the UCPOP is an aging system, if I remember correctly, then the
UCPOP is not any more supported.
The UCPOP has been superseded by the SGP, the Sensory Graphplan. The
www pages of the SGP are:
this is a good planner for the student of the venerable textbook to
carry out exercises and various experiments with.
yours sincerely, and V/R, Mr Antti J Ylikoski
Helsinki, Finland, the EU