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PDDL4J

As of 2014-12-15, this project may now be found at https://github.com/pellierd/pddl4j.

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PDDL4J is an open source library to facilitate java implementation of planners based on the PDDL (Planning Description Language). The library contains a parser on the last version of PDDL 3.0 and an example of graphplan implementation.

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    Love that its free

    Posted 09/21/2012
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    A very readable implementation of the PDDL parser with an illustrative example of use through a GraphPlan implementation.

    Posted 07/30/2012
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Science/Research

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2008-02-14

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