César Guzmán1, Vidal Alcázar2 , David Prior3, Eva Onaindia1, Daniel Borrajo2, Juan Fernández-Olivares3 and Ezequiel Quintero2 .
Universidad Politècnica de València1 , Universidad Carlos III de Madrid2, Universidad de Granada3
This paper appears in: Scheduling and Planning Applications woRKshop, SPARK - ICAPS. Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Issue Date: Jun. 25-29, 2012
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One of the current limitations for large-scale use of planning technology in real world applications is the lack of software platforms to integrate the full spectrum of planning-related technologies: sensing, planning, executing, monitoring, re-planning and learning from past experiences. In this paper, we present PELEA, a domain-independent online planning architecture that includes state-of-the-art components for performing a wide range of (meta-)planning tasks, such as learning of control knowledge or low-level planning among many others. PELEA is conceived as a general-purpose architecture suitable for problems ranging from robotics to emergency management. PELEA is also intended to provide a rapid prototyping life-cycle for building planning applications and support planning practitioners with a highly-configurable tool.