Contributors: Adam Green,
PDDL 2.1 (Fox & Long, 2003) was the language of the 2002 AIPS Competition and built upon the syntax defined for PDDL 1.2 (Ghallab et al., 1998). In the 2002 Competition, planners were set the challenge of considering more complicated domains and problems which feature both temporal and numeric considerations (scheduling and resources). As a result, additions the language were necessary to facilitate modelling time and numbers.
This guide will only show features that have been changed or added to PDDL 1.2 in order to form 2.1
(define (domain rover-domain) (:requirements :durative-actions :fluents :duration-inequalities) (:types rover waypoint) (:functions (battery-amount ?r - rover) (sample-amount ?r - rover) (recharge-rate ?r - rover) (battery-capacity) (sample-capacity) (distance-travelled) ) (:predicates ... ; Predicates omitted ) (:durative-action move :parameters (?r - rover ?fromwp - waypoint ?towp - waypoint) :duration (= ?duration 5) :condition (and (at start (rover ?rover)) (at start (waypoint ?from-waypoint)) (at start (waypoint ?to-waypoint)) (over all (can-move ?from-waypoint ?to-waypoint)) (at start (at ?rover ?from-waypoint)) (at start (> (battery-amount ?rover) 8))) :effect (and (at end (at ?rover ?to-waypoint)) (at end (been-at ?rover ?to-waypoint)) (at start (not (at ?rover ?from-waypoint))) (at start (decrease (battery-amount ?rover) 8)) (at end (increase (distance-travelled) 5)) ) ) ... ; Additional actions omitted )
(define (problem rover1) (:domain rover-domain) (:objects r1 r2 - rover wp1 wp2 - waypoint ) (:init (= (battery-amount r1) 100) (= (recharge-rate r1) 2.5) ... ) (:goal (and ... ) ) (:metric maximize (+ (battery-amount r1) (battery-amount r2) ) ) )
- Fox, M., & Long, D. (2003). PDDL2.1: An Extension to PDDL for Expressing Temporal Planning Domains. CoRR, abs/1106.4561. http://arxiv.org/abs/1106.4561
- Ghallab, M., Knoblock, C., Wilkins, D., Barrett, A., Christianson, D., Friedman, M., Kwok, C., Golden, K., Penberthy, S., Smith, D., Sun, Y., & Weld, D. (1998). PDDL - The Planning Domain Definition Language.