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We will talk about arbitrary tasks (A, I, G). Theoretically, an arbitrary task (A, I, G) can be seen as the only instance of a domain where the predicates used are all 0ary and correspond directly to the propositions in the task, while the operators correspond directly to the actions. 4 Plans Let us now deﬁne the semantics of STRIPS tasks. We start with the semantics of action applications. These are deﬁned via the Result function, mapping states and action sequences to states. An action a is applicable to a state s, if add(a) ∩ del(a) = ∅ (it is not self-contradictory) and pre(a) ⊆ s (its preconditions are fulﬁlled); in that case, applying the (sequence consisting solely of the) action yields the resulting state Result(s, a ) := s ∪ add(a) \ del(a).
Note that the only variables are operator parameters, and that the operator is not allowed to use constants. We identify o with a function o : (Σ + )p → A from the set of all p-tuples of constants to the set of all STRIPS actions. The image of a constant tuple under o is the result of grounding (the facts in) pre(o), add(o), and del(o) in the operator parameters with the respective constants. Let us focus on the instances. A STRIPS instance is a triple (C, I, G) of constants C ⊆ Σ + , initial state I ⊆ F C , and goal state G ⊆ F C (the states use only the available constants).
The deﬁnitions are as follows. Given a set of constants C. An ADL action is a pair a = (pre(a), E(a)) where pre(a) ∈ LC 0 is a closed formula and E(a) is a set of ground eﬀects; ground eﬀects are triples e = (con(e), add(e), del(e)) where C as well con(e) ∈ LC 0 , the eﬀect condition, is a closed formula and add(e) ⊆ F C as del(e) ⊆ F are sets of ground facts (the add list and the delete list). The (inﬁnite) set of all ADL actions is denoted as Aadl . ADL tasks are triples (A, I, G) C C of action set A ⊆ AC adl , initial state I ⊆ F , and goal condition G ∈ L0 .