Hector Palacios from ServiceNow Research will co-host the 3rd edition of the Planning and Reinforcement Learning Workshop: Bridging the Gap Between AI Planning and Reinforcement Learning as part of the 32nd International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), which will be held virtually from June 19-24, 2022.
Both AI Planning and Reinforcement Learning communities focus on similar sequential decision-making problems. Yet, these communities remain somewhat unaware of each other on specific problems, techniques, methodologies, and evaluation. This workshop seeks to encourage discussion and collaboration between the researchers in the fields of AI Planning and Reinforcement Learning. We aim to bridge the gap between the two communities, facilitate the discussion of differences and similarities in existing techniques, and encourage collaboration across the fields.
The workshop solicits research at the intersection of the fields of Reinforcement Learning and Planning. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Goal-directed Reinforcement Learning (model-based, Bayesian, deep, etc.)
Safe Reinforcement Learning and Planning
Monte Carlo Planning
Learning search heuristics for planner guidance
Model representation and learning for planning
Planning using approximated/uncertain (learned) models
Theoretical aspects of Planning and Reinforcement Learning
Action policy analysis or certification
Reinforcement Learning and Planning competition(s)
Applications of both Reinforcement Learning and Planning
Various levels of generalization (across goals, objects/domain, domains)
Goal-oriented sequential decision methods combining Planning, RL or other ML methods.
Papers should be submitted through EasyChair by Friday, March 18th (UTC-12 time zone). Make sure to visit the workshop website for further information on the submission procedure.
Got questions? Contact the organizers at email@example.com.
To learn more about previous PRL workshops at ICAPS, visit the 2021 workshop recap.
Workshop organizers include Michael Katz (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center). Hector Palacios (ServiceNow Research), Vicenç Gómez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
We are excited to help bring this workshop together and hope to see you there!
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