Jilani, Rabia, Crampton, Andrew, Kitchin, Diane E. and Vallati, Mauro (2014) Automated Knowledge Engineering Tools in Planning: State-of-the-art and Future Challenges. In: Knowledge Engineering for Planning and Scheduling (KEPS) - part of ICAPS 2014, 21-26 June 2014, Portsmouth, NH, USA. (Unpublished)

Intelligent agents must have a model of the dynamics of the domain in which they act. Models can be encoded by human experts or, as required by autonomous systems, automatically acquired from observation. At the state of the art, there existseveral systems for automated acquisition of planning domain models.

In this paper we present a brief overview of the automated tools that can be exploited to induce planning domain models. While reviewing the literature on the existing tools for Knowledge Engineering (KE), we do a comparative analysis of them. The analysis is based on a set of criteria.

The aim of the analysis is to give insights into the strengths and weaknesses of the considered systems, and to provide input for new, forthcoming research on KE tools in order to address future challenges in the automated KE area.

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