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Participants

The following tables list the teams who made it to the final competition. This alone is an achievement and deserves congratulations. More teams attempted to participate, but finally had to give up (which explains why some team numbers are missing).

Fully Observable Probabilistic (FOP) track

Team number Planners
(+abstracts)
Team members
1


FSP*-(RBH/RDH)
RFF-(BG/PG)

Guillaume Infantès -- Onera
Florent Teichteil-Königsbuch -- Onera
Ugur Kuter -- University of Maryland
4

LPPFF

Rajesh Kalyanam -- Purdue University
Robert Givan -- Purdue University
6

SEH

Jia-Hong Wu -- Purdue University
Rajesh Kalyanam -- Purdue University
9

HMDPP

Emil Keyder -- Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Hector Geffner -- ICREA & Universitat Pompeu Fabra
11

FF-Replan

Sungwook Yoon -- Palo Alto Research Center
(non official participant)

Non Observable Non-Deterministic (NOND) track

Team number Planners
(+abstracts)
Team members
2



CPAh
CPAl


Vien Tran -- New Mexico State University
Khoi Nguyen -- New Mexico State University
Enrico Pontelli -- New Mexico State University
Son Tran -- New Mexico State University
10


T0


Hector Palacios -- Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Emil Keyder -- Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Hector Geffner -- ICREA & Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Fully Observable Non-Deterministic (FOND) track

Team number Planners
(+abstracts)
Team members
7

Gamer

Stefan Edelkamp -- TU Dortmund
Peter Kissmann -- TU Dortmund


Results

The results of the International Planning Competition 2008, Uncertainty Part, are as follows:

Fully Observable Probabilistic (FOP) track

    RFF-(BG/PG)
        by
    Guillaume Infantès,
    Florent Teichteil-Königsbuch and
    Ugur Kuter

Non Observable Non-Deterministic (NOND) track

    CPA(H)
        by
    Vien Tran,
    Khoi Nguyen,
    Enrico Pontelli and
    Son Tran

Fully Observable Non-Deterministic (FOND) track

    Gamer
        by
    Stefan Edelkamp and
    Peter Kissmann


Details

Summary

The following document gives a short introduction to the benchmark problems used in the competition plus the results for all competing planners: Results.pdf

Benchmarks

The following table gives access to archives containing (for each track): benchmarks problems, results, and plots:

(Caution: Results-FOND.tgz expands to a very large directory (1.7Gb on my hard drive).)

Track Benchmarks Results Plots
FOP Benchmarks-FOP.tgz Results-FOP.tgz Plots-FOP.tgz
NOND Benchmarks-NOND.tgz Results-NOND.tgz Plots-NOND.tgz
FOND Benchmarks-FOND.tgz Results-FOND.tgz Plots-FOND.tgz

Errata / Bugs

Here is a list of identified bugs in the domains used during the competition:

  • Rectangle-tireworld: The goal description does not specify "not(dead)", so that dying is a good way to have access to the action "ghostTeleport" and go everywhere at low cost. (thanks to Tobias Lang for pointing this out)
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