|Abstract||It is conjectured that MDP and POMDP planning will remain unfeasible for complex domains, so some form of ÒclassicalÓ decision-theoretic planning is sought. However, local plans cannot be properly compared in terms of their expected values, because those values will be affected by the other plans the agent has adopted. Plans must instead be merged into a single Òmaster-planÓ, and new plans evaluated in terms of their contribution to the value of the master plan. To make both the construction and evaluation of plans feasible, it is proposed to evaluate plans and their interactions defeasibly.|
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