|Abstract||Action Languages are formal methods of talking about actions and their effects on ﬂuents. One recent approach in planning is to deﬁne the domains of the planning problems using action languages. The aim of this research is to ﬁnd a plan for a system deﬁned in the action language C by translating it into a causal theory and then ﬁnding an equivalent logic program. The planning problem will then be reduced to ﬁnding the answer set (stable model) of this logic program. This planner will be added as an extension to the Causal Calculator (CCALC) which is a model checker for the language of the causal theories|
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