1. Will this always return a plan if one exists with length less than or equal to $T_{max}$?

2. Does this approach introduce any new spurious “solutions”?

3. Discuss how one might modify a satisfiability algorithm such as $WalkSAT$ so that it finds short solutions (if they exist) when given a disjunctive goal of this form.

In the $SATPlan$ algorithm in
Figure satplan-agent-algorithm (page satplan-agent-algorithm,
each call to the satisfiability algorithm asserts a goal $g^T$, where
$T$ ranges from 0 to $T_{max}$. Suppose instead that the
satisfiability algorithm is called only once, with the goal
$g^0 \vee g^1 \vee \cdots \vee g^{T_{max}}$.

1. Will this always return a plan if one exists with length less than
or equal to $T_{max}$?

2. Does this approach introduce any new spurious “solutions”?

3. Discuss how one might modify a satisfiability algorithm such as $WalkSAT$ so
that it finds short solutions (if they exist) when given a
disjunctive goal of this form.