This paper presents a new approach to address the problem of Planning for Disassembly (PFD). The approach is based on the Case-based reasoning technique. To assist planners to solve PFD problems, a system must have some heuristics and domain specific knowledge, which is related to the representation of the disassembly knowledge. In previous work, the authors suggested to use EMOPs (Eposodic Memory Organization Packet) for the knowledge representation of the PFD plan. This paper demonstrates the implementation of the EMOP memory model. The model has been implemented in C++, and tested. An example is presented to demonstrate the capabilities of the memory model.
Disassembly, Case-based reasoning, EMOP memory model, Knowledge representation, Disassembly planning
Zeid, Ibrahim; Gupta, Surendra M.; and Pan, Li, "Case-based reasoning disassembly system" (2000). . Paper 26. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d10003149
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