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  • ICAPS-21 Proceedings Cover

    Proceedings of the Thirty-First International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 31 (2021)

    Edited by Susanne Biundo, Minh Do, Robert Goldman, Michael Katz, Qiang Yang, Hankz Hankui Zhuo
    August 2–13, 2021, held virtually from Guangzhou, China.

    Published by AAAI Press, Palo Alto, California USA
    Copyright © 2021, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
    All Rights Reserved
    ISSN 2334-0843 (online)
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    ISBN 978-1-57735-867-1

    The Proceedings of the The International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling is the premier forum for exchanging news and research results on theory and applications of intelligent and automated planning and scheduling technology.

    For 2021, ICAPS invited paper submissions related to automated planning and scheduling, including, but not limited to, theoretical and empirical studies of planning and scheduling problems and algorithms; novel techniques and approaches that extend the scope and scale of problems that can be solved; analytic and implemented tools supporting automated planning and scheduling; and studies of applying automated planning and scheduling technologies to significant problems with deep technical insight.

  • ICAPS 2020 Proceedings Cover

    Proceedings of the Thirtieth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 30 (2020)

    Edited by J. Christopher Beck, Olivier Buffet, Jörg Hoffmann, Erez Karpas, and Shirin Sohrabi
    625 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-824-4
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    The 2020 ICAPS conference was originally scheduled for June 14-19, 2020 in Nancy, France. The conference was rescheduled to October 26-20, 2020 at the same location. The physical conference was then cancelled, and the conference became a completely virtual even, held during the same dates.

    Th 69 papers included in this issue are those selected for presentation at ICAPS 2020 and represent the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling. They have been organized into four tracks — a main conference track and four special tracks, consisting of novel applications; humans and robotics; knowledge engineering, integrated execution, and system architectures; planning and learning.

  • ICAPS 2019 Proceedings Cover, Berkeley, California USA

    Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 29 (2019)

    Edited by J. Benton, Nir Lipovetzky, Eva Onaindia, David E. Smith, and Siddharth Srivastava
    802 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-807-7
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    The 2019 ICAPS conference was held 11–15 July 2019, in Berkeley, California USA. The 91 papers included in this issue are those selected for presentation at ICAPS 2019 and represent the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling. They have been organized into four tracks — a main conference track and three special tracks, consisting of novel applications, planning and learning, and robotics.

  • Twenty-Eighth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 28 (2018)

    Edited by Mathijs de Weerdt, Sven Koenig, Gabriele Röger, Matthijs Spaan
    562 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-797-1
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    The Twenty-Eighth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling was held in the Aula Conference Centre on the campus of Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands.

    ICAPS 2018 invited submissions for a general track and several topical tracks — on robotics, planning and learning, operations research and novel applications. It received 220 submissions to these tracks, of which 65 (29.5 percent) were accepted. The accepted submissions from these tracks are included in the proceedings.

  • Twenty-Seventh International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 27 (2017)

    Edited by Laura Barbulescu, Jeremy Frank, Mausam, Stephen F. Smith
    624 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-789-6
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    ICAPS 2017, the 27th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling was held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, from June 18-23, 2017.

    The papers included in this volume are those selected for presentation at ICAPS 2017 and represent the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling. They cover a wide range of topics, from theoretical and empirical studies of planning and schedule problems and algorithms; novel techniques and approaches that extend the scope and scale of problems that can be solved; analytic and implemented tools supporting automated planning and scheduling; to studies of applying automated planning and scheduling technologies to significant problems with deep technical insight.

  • Twenty-Sixth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 26 (2016)

    Edited by Amanda Coles, Andrew Coles, Stefan Edelkamp, Daniele Magazzeni, and Scott Sanner
    568 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-757-5
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    ICAPS 2016, the 26th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling was held in London, UK, from June 12-17, 2016.

    The papers included in this volume are those selected for presentation at ICAPS 2016, and represent the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling. They cover a wide range of topics, from theoretical analysis of planning and scheduling problems to algorithms for planning and scheduling under various constraints and assumptions; clallenges in robotics; and the use of planning and scheduling techniques in practical applications.

  • Twenty-Fifth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 25 (2015)

    Edited by Ronen Brafman, Carmel Domshlak, Patrik Haslum, and Shlomo Zilberstein
    396 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-731-5
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    ICAPS 2015, the 25th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling, took place in Jerusalem, Israel, from June 7-11, 2015.

    The papers included in this volume are those selected for plenary presentation at ICAPS 2015. They consist of papers covering original work from the main track (33 papers out of 101 submissions), the papers from the special track on novel applications (6 long papers out of 18 submissions), and papers from the planning and scheduling in robotics track (6 papers out of 19 submissions). The volume also contains abstracts from the journal presentation track (6 papers out of 10 submissions). All submissions were rigorously reviewed by the Program Committee, and this set of accepted papers reflects the Program Committee's high reviewing standards.

  • Twenty-Fourth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 24 (2014)

    Edited by Steve Chien, Alan Fern, Wheeler Ruml, and Minh Do
    564 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-660-8
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    ICAPS 2014, the 24th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling took place in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA, from June 21-26, 2014. 

    The papers included in this volume are those selected for plenary presentation at ICAPS 2014. They consist of papers covering original work from the main track (39 long papers and 7 short papers out of 112 submissions), the papers from the special track on novel applications (6 long papers and 1 short paper out of 24 submissions), and papers from the new robotics track (7 long papers and 2 short papers out of 28 submissions). The volume also contains summary papers from the journal presentation track (8 papers out of 19 submissions). All submissions were rigorously reviewed by the Program Committee, and this set of accepted papers reflects the Program Committee's high reviewing standards.

     

  • Twenty-Third International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 23 (2013)

    Edited by Daniel Borrajo, Subbarao Kambhampati, Angelo Oddi, and Simone Fratini
    512 pp., references, index, illus
    ISBN 978-1-57735-609-7
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    The Twenty-Third International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling was held June 10-14, 2013, in Rome, Italy.

    The papers included in this volume are those selected for plenary presentation at ICAPS 2013 from 30 countries. They consist of the papers of the main track (31 long papers and 15 short papers selected from 114 submissions), the papers of the special track on novel applications (11 long papers and 3 short papers from 32 submissions), and papers of the new journal presentation track (11 papers). All submissions were rigorously reviewed by the program committee, and this set of accepted papers reflects the Program Committee’s high reviewing standards.

  • Twenty-Second International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 22 (2012)

    Edited by Lee McCluskey, Brian Williams, José Reinaldo Silva, and Blai Bonet
    392 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-562-5
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    The Twenty-Second International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS 2012) was held in Atibaia, Sao Paulo Brazil, from June 25-29. 

    The papers in this proceedings present the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling. These papers cover the entire range of planning and scheduling research, with an emphasis in planning and scheduling under uncertainty, domain-independent classical planning, search algorithms, planning with resources and time constraints, and applications and case studies.

  • Twenty-First International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 21 (2011)

    Edited by Fahiem Bacchus, Carmel Domshlak, Stefan Edelkamp, Malte Helmert
    360 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-503-8
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    The Twenty-First International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling took place in Freiburg, Germany, from June 11–16, 2011.

    The papers in this proceedings present the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling. These papers cover the entire range of planning and scheduling research, with an emphasis in planning and scheduling under uncertainty, domain independent classical planning, search algorithms, planning with resources and time constraints, and applications and case studies.

     

  • Twentieth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 20 (2010)

    Edited by Ronen Brafman, Héctor Geffner, Jörg Hoffmann, Henry Kautz
    292 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-449-9
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    The Twentieth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling was  held May 12 –16 at the Sutton Place Hotel, 955 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    The papers in this proceedings present the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling The accepted papers cover the entire range of planning and scheduling and involve 22 specific research fields, with an emphasis in planning and scheduling under uncertainty, search algorithms, domain independent classical planning, robot planning, and learning for planning and scheduling.

     

  • Nineteenth International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling
    Vol. 19 (2009)

    Edited by Alfonso Gerevini, Adele Howe, Amedeo Cesta, and Ioannis Refanidis
    404 pp., references, index, illus.
    ISBN 978-1-57735-406-2
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    ICAPS-2009 took place in Thessaloniki, Greece from September 19-23, 2009. 

    The International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling is the premier forum for researchers and practitioners working in planning and scheduling—two technology areas critical to manufacturing, space systems, disaster relief, logistics, robotics, software engineering, education, crisis response, design, and entertainment. These proceedings contain the papers accepted for presentation at ICAPS 2009—the nineteenth edition of this conference series. The papers in this proceedings present the latest advances in the field of automated planning and scheduling, ranging in scope from theoretical analyses of planning and scheduling problems and processes, to new algorithms for planning and scheduling under various constraints and assumptions, to empirical evaluation of planning and scheduling techniques in practical applications. They reflect recent research trends in the field toward the use of search and constraint reasoning in planning and scheduling; probabilistic planning models and algorithms; and integrated frameworks for planning, scheduling, and execution.