ICAPS 2015 International Probabilistic Planning Competition (IPPC) Continuous Track
This track (PROBABILISTIC / CONTINUOUS), postponed from 2014:
- Scott Sanner
(NICTA and the ANU; ssanner [at] gmail.com )
- Dan Magazzeni
(King's College London; daniele.magazzeni [at] kcl.ac.uk )
Links to previous tracks:
- Please email the organizers to register your interest and any restrictions/requests you may have.
- Please also join the mailing list below to receive competition announcements.
Competitor registration of interest:
- Competitor interest email to organizers: now until Oct 15, 2015
- Warm-up competition: Feb 2015
- Final competition: Apr 2015
- Wee Sun Lee and Meng Zhang (N.U.S., Singapore)
- Thomas Keller (University of Freiburg, Germany)
- Florent Teichteil-Konigsbuch and Nicolas Drougard (Onera - The French Aerospace Lab, France)
- Luis Gustavo Rocha Vianna and Leliane Nunes de Barros (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
- Bernardo Avila Pires, Csaba Szepesvari (U. Alberta, Canada)
- Krishna Murthy (BITS Pilani, India)
- Adrien Couetoux (Paris Sud XI, France)
- Timothy Mann (The Technion, Israel)
- ... you? ...
Language and Example Domains:
- See the IPPC 2011 for a general overview of how past competitions have been run.
- The specific format (language restrictions, rules) for this competition are flexible and will be discussed on the mailing list.
- One or more competitors may make a fast C++ simulator available for RDDL2... if you would be interested in using this, please let us know.
- Domain contributions (in original RDDL or RDDL2) or suggestions are welcome, please email the organizers or post to the mailing list.
- Some example domains written in RDDL with extensions for RDDL2:
| Instructions on how to run and visualize the examples below are provided in INSTALL.txt in the RDDL 2.0 section.
||Traffic Control [rddl2]
||Mars Rover [rddl2]
||Power Generation [rddl2]
|DBN / ID notation:
blue / orange / yellow oval - current / intermediate / next state var,
green rectangle - action var,
red diamond - reward,
purple octagon - deterministic (derived) var