- (Korf, 1987) ⇒ Richard E. Korf. (1987). “Real-time Heuristic Search: First Results.” In: Proceedings of the sixth National conference on Artificial intelligence - Volume 1. ISBN:0-934613-42-7
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Existing heuristic search algorithms are not applicable to real-time applications because they cannot commit to a move before an entire solution is found. We present a special case of minimax lookahead search to handle this problem, and an analog of alpha-beta pruning that significantly improves the efficiency of the algorithm. In addition, we present a new algorithm, called Real-Time-A*, for searching when actions must actually be executed, as opposed to merely simulated. Finally, we examine the nature of the tradeoff between computation and execution cost.
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