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Ariel Felner [1]

Ariel Felner,
an Israeli computer scientist and full professor at Ben-Gurion University, Ph.D. in 2002 from Bar-Ilan University [2]. His research interests include heuristic search, pattern database heuristics, pathfinding and A*, in particular any-angle path planning, mobile agents and multi-agent pathfinding (MAPF) [3]. Pattern databases are large tables that store solutions to "patterns" or subproblems and are usually stored in main memory. These solutions are then used as heuristics that guide the search. Along with Omid David and Nathan S. Netanyahu, he worked and published on blockage detection in pawn endgames [4].

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  1. Ariel Felner Home
  2. Ariel Felner (2002). Improving Search Techniques and using them in Different Environments. Ph.D. thesis, advisor: Sarit Kraus and Richard E. Korf
  4. Omid David, Ariel Felner, Nathan S. Netanyahu (2004). Blockage Detection in Pawn Endgames. ICGA Journal, Vol. 27, No. 3
  5. Ariel Felner - Publications
  6. dblp: Ariel Felner
  7. Iterative deepening A* from Wikipedia

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