T1 is a planner for conformant planning problems based on a translation KiS, that is always tractable and complete, but not always sound. However, the translation KiS is sound for problems with conformant width no greater than i. The conformant planner T1 uses the translation KiS for i=1 to generate heuristics and candidate belief literals; the beliefs are then verified by a SAT engine. The planner uses a combination of two heuristics derived from the KiStranslation , that are informed and efficient in the conformant setting.
T1 can work only on a 32-bits machine, depending on some of the libraries used.
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