Linux Plan Corpus

The Linux Plan Corpus is a collection of Linux sessions collected from students, faculty and staff of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Rochester in 2003. Each session is labeled with a parameterized, top-level goal that is being pursued in the session. The corpus consists of a total of 547 sessions (457 of which were indicated as successfully completing the goal), using 19 goal schemas and 43 action schemas. The average number of commands in a successful session was 6.1 actions.

This corpus was created as part of a project for goal schema and parameter recognition. It may be freely downloaded and used, although we ask that you let us know if you are using it so we can more persuasively convince our sponsors that it is useful. Also, please cite the following paper when referencing the corpus:



Work that Uses the Corpus

(Please send me a note if you know of a paper that should be included here.)