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This paper formalizes the notion of justified plans, which captures the intuition behind "good" plans. A plan is called justified if it does not contain operators that are not necessary for achieving a goal. We explore several different types of justification, present algorithms for removing "useless" operators from a plan, and show that the task to remove all useless operators is NP-complete
Proceedings of the AAAI 1993 Spring Symposium, 29-33.