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Section 7.4.1. The coffee delivery robot.
Section 7.9.8. Simulation of two balls bouncing between two walls.
Section 8.3. An RGolog Interpreter in ECLIPSE Prolog.
Section 10.1. The breadth-first planner wspbf(n).
Section 10.2. Example: Planning in the Blocks World.
Section 10.2.1. A blocks world problem.
Section 10.3. Planning with concurrent actions.
Section 10.5. The depth-first planner wspdf(n).
Section 10.6.3. Bad situations for an open blocks world.
Section 10.6.5. A blocks world problem with incomplete initial situation.
Section 11.7.9. Putting It All Together.
Section 12.2.1. stGolog: Stochastic Golog.
Section 12.3. Exogenous Events.