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The ﬁrst is to derive conditions under which simple interactions between move pruning and duplicate detection, such as the one depicted in Figure 1, cannot possibly occur. ). Unfortunately, these conditions do not preclude more complex interactions from occurring. The second contribution of the paper is to derive conditions that must hold whenever there is a deleterious interaction between move pruning and duplicate detection. 1 Motivation The motivation for adding move pruning to a system that does duplicate detection is computational—move pruning is faster than duplicate detection.
Burch and Holte did not discuss whether it was safe to use their move pruning in conjunction with duplicate detection, but it was observed by Malte Helmert (personal communication) that it is not. Figure 1 shows the typical situation in which a problem arises. A and B are operators or operator sequences that are not redundant with each other in general, but happen to produce the same state, T , when applied to state S. AC and BC are the only two paths from S to U , and move pruning determines that AC is redundant with BC and decides to prohibit C from being applied after A.
For example, consider the potential ψ built by (6), which is already in evidence expanded form. By applying Lemma 1, p(h|g, j) · p(g|d, i) · p(c) · p(d|c). d (11) c By Lemma 2, ψ(g, h|i, j) = ψ(c, d, g, h|i, j), c d Thus, the potential ψ built by (6) is, in fact, a CPT ψ(g, h|i, j), in Table 2 (left). 5 Denoting Semantics The evidence expanded form F (ψ) of any potential ψ constructed by VE is in evidence normal form, if F (ψ) is written as γ · N, where γ is the product of 1 and all evidence potentials in F (ψ), and N is the same factorization as F (ψ) except without products involving evidence potentials.