By M. Tim Jones
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13, IDS combines depth-ﬁrst search with breadthﬁrst search. By minimizing the depth of the search, we force the algorithm to also search the breadth of the graph. If the goal is not found, the depth that the algorithm is permitted to search is increased and the algorithm is started again. 4, begins with a depth of one. 4: The iterative deepening-search algorithm. c. IDS is advantageous because it’s not susceptible to cycles (a characteristic of DLS, upon which it’s based). 14: Search order of the breadth-ﬁrst search algorithm.
Note that the depth of the tree determines the length of the game (number of moves). It’s implied in the tree that the shaded node is the ﬁnal move to be made, and the player that makes this move loses the game. Also note the size of the tree. In this example, using six objects, a total of 28 nodes is required. If we increase our tree to illustrate a pile of seven objects, the tree increases to 42 nodes. With eight objects, three balloons to 100 nodes. Fortunately, the tree can be optimized by removing duplicate subtrees, resulting in a much smaller tree.
When solving a problem, it’s convenient to think about the solution space in terms of a number of actions that we can take, and the new state of the environment as we perform those actions. As we take one of multiple possible actions (each have their own cost), our environment changes and opens up alternatives for new actions. As is the case with many kinds of problem solving, some paths lead to dead-ends where others lead to solutions. And there may also be multiple solutions, some better than others.
Artificial Intelligence: A Systems Approach (w/CDROM)(Computer Science) (Engineering)(AI) by M. Tim Jones