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Paper Review: Learning STRIPS Action Models with Classical Planning

One of the papers from my first Literature Review required more detailed reading to deeply understand. I'm incredibly glad I forced myself to struggle reading this, because now I understand something I didn't think I could. This method is to pose a learning problem as a legit planning problem, such that any solution to the planning problem necessarily 'learns' the thing.


Again, apologies for not embedding post directly. This review relies heavily on LaTeX embedded math, which my current site host doesn't support.

Learning STRIPS Action Models with Classical Planning -- A Review of Compilation Methods

Foundational Literature Review 1

For this review I read 2 papers and a textbook chapter. This will be followed up by a more detailed review of the paper on learning STRIPS actions.

Apologies for not embedding this literature review directly into the post. I wrote it in markdown, hoping that would translate easier to the web, but I also used lots of LaTeX and a few diagrams in Mermaid. For now, I have a pdf.

Foundational Literature Review




Independent Study Coursework Plan

Early posts to this website will relate to an Independent Study course I'm completing this semester.  This post is the bulk of my Independent Study coursework plan. It's subject to change at regular intervals, with instructor permission.
Title of CourseExtracting Symbolic World-States for Open-World Interactive Storytelling Credit Hours3 OverviewIndividual investigation of advanced topics under the discretion and direction of the instructor. Course WebsiteJenniferMarieNelson.com Independent Study Goal/Statement of PurposeI’m using this independent study as an introduction to conducting impactful self-directed research. I want to tackle graduate-level problems while the stakes are still low as an undergraduate. I hope to learn to read like a researcher, model interesting and hard problems, and put that model into practice. Course Objectives1. Describe, discuss, and explain the research problem studied, the approach taken, the experimental design, the analysis of data, and any conclus…