Reading PDDL, Writing an Object-Oriented Model

Flavio TonidandelTiago Stegun VaqueroJosé Reinaldo Silva

There are many efforts towards a combination of planning systems and real world applications. Although the PDDL is in constant evolution, which improves its capability to describe real domains, it is still a declarative language that is not so simple to be used by the non-planning community. This paper describes a translation process that reads a domain specification in PDDL and transforms it into an object-oriented model, more specifically into a version of UML for planning approaches. This translation process can let a designer read PDDL domains and verify it with some powerful tool like itSIMPLE or GIPO, or it can allow a planning system that only reads object-oriented models to run in domains described in PDDL originally.

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