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PLANNER is a programming language created in 1969 by Carl Hewitt.

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Planner (often seen in publications as "PLANNER" although it is not an acronym) is a programming language designed by Carl Hewitt at MIT, and first published in 1969. First, subsets such as Micro-Planner and Pico-Planner were implemented, and then essentially the whole language was implemented as Popler by Julian Davies at the University of Edinburgh in the POP-2 programming language. Derivations such as QA4, Conniver, QLISP and Ether (see Scientific Community Metaphor) were important tools in Artificial Intelligence research in the 1970s, which influenced commercial developments such as KEE and ART.. Read more on Wikipedia...


Publications about PLANNER from Semantic Scholar

title authors year citations influentialCitations
From PLANNER to CONNIVER: a genetic approach G. Sussman and D. McDermott 1972 129 2
A Mission Planner for an Autonomous Tractor D. Bochtis and S. Vougioukas and H. Griepentrog 2009 51 2
A One-Semester Course Planner for EE Students M. Laghari and Shaima Al Habsi and Nafisa A. Maaz and Mejd A. Ahmed Al Naqbi 2015 8 0
A Hierarchical Manufacturing Route Planner Based on Heuristic Algorithm: Design and Evaluation Ali A. Al-Titinchi and K. Al-Aubidy 2002 3 0
A Temporally Expressive Planner Based on Answer Set Programming with Constraints: Preliminary Design F. S. Bao and S. Chintabathina and A. Morales and Nelson Rushton and Richard Watson and Yuanlin Zhang 2011 1 0
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