Carmel Domshlak is a Professor at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion—Israel Institute of Technology. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Ben-Gurion University in 2002.

During 2002–2004 he was a Research Associate in the Computer Science Department at Cornell University.

Selected Publications

C. Domshlak, V. Mirkis, Deterministic Oversubscription Planning as Heuristic Search: Abstractions and Reformulations, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, in press, 2014. 

R. Brafman, C. Domshlak, On the complexity of planning for agent teams and its implications for single agent planning, Artificial Intelligence, 198:52-71, 2013. 

M. Katz, C. Domshlak, Optimal admissible composition of abstraction heuristics, Artificial Intelligence, 174:767-798, 2010. 

M. Helmert, C. Domshlak, Landmarks, critical paths and abstractions: What's the difference anyway?, The International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), 2009. 

C. Boutilier, R. Brafman, C. Domshlak, H. Hoos, D. Poole, CP-nets: A tool for representing and reasoning with conditional ceteris paribus preference statements, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 21:135-191, 2004. 


sequential decision making and action planning combinatorial search and optimization computational foundations of decision support tools

Computational models of artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, and intelligent information systems.

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