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Basic Plan Representation

Cassandra's plan representation is an extension of that used in UCPOP [Penberthy and Weld 1992] and SNLP [McAllester and Rosenblitt 1991, Barrett et al. 1991], which is in turn derived from the representation used in NONLIN [Tate 1977]. A plan is represented as a schema with the following components:

A plan is complete when it contains no open conditions and no unsafe links.

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Last modified: Wed May 1 11:34:24 1996