We have seen quite a few search methods and also have seen some issues. We will discuss some other
issues that demand to change or modify the search methods to adapt to the situation. We will also see
how a decision of picking up a typical heuristic function help solving it in better way. Some search
methods also require to backtrack to provide explanation to the user, some of them need to solve some
part of the problem before solving other parts as that part is very critical to the overall solution. At the
end we will see an extension to the hill climbing process which helps achieving a solution independent
of the starting point known as iterative hill climbing.
The issues that we discuss here apply to many search algorithms if not the most.
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