Sma* search - artificial intelligence, Basic Computer Science

SMA* Search-Artificial intelligence

IDA* search is good from a memory point of view. actually it may  be criticised for not using enough memory - utilizing  more memory may increase the efficiency, so actually  our  search  strategies  should  use  all  the  available  memory.  Simplified Memory-Bounded A* search (SMA*) is a search which does only that. This is a complex search strategy, with details given in Norvig and Russell.

 

 

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