Page Contributors: Adam Green,
Planner Quality: -
Year Published: 2011
Paper: BJOLP: The Big Joint Optimal Landmarks Planner [ Domshlak, C. Helmert, M. Karpas, E. Keyder, E. Richter, S. Roger, G. Seipp, J. Westphal, M. ]
Preceded By: Fast Downward
BJOLP, The Big Joint Optimal Landmarks Planner uses landmarks to derive an admissible heuristic, which is then used to guide a search for a cost-optimal plan. Landmarks are a common concept in planning, in which a planner seeks to infer facts that must become true at some point in any valid plan. For more information, please see our page on Landmark based search [In Progress].
BJOLP has not been tested with eviscerator as we could not find source code for the planner, or we couldn’t get the source code to compile. Fast Downward forms the base planner of BJOLP, please refer to the Fast Downward [Link Needed] page for an idea of the supported features in this planner
No Source code could be located for BJOLP