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This project will integrate flight scheduling, execution management, and distributed coordination capabilities to provide an integrated basis for generating and updating flight schedules in response to new requirements, negotiating adjustments to resource assignments, immediately detecting schedule deviations during execution and alerting users about them, and dynamically reoptimizing flight schedules. Joint work with Carnegie Mellon University on problems at the Air Mobility Command.
As part of DARPAs Personalized Assistant that Learns (PAL) program, SRI and team members are working on developing a next-generation "Cognitive Agent that Learns and Organizes" (CALO).
SRI and team members are working on developing systems that enable people working in teams to quickly and effectively manage change.
The Incremental Negotiation and Coalition Formation for Resource-bounded Reasoners project will develop new incremental negotiation and coalition formation strategies over abstraction spaces, emphasizing focused and time-sensitive interactions between ANT members in which planning and execution activities are interleaved. Negotiation and coalition strategies will be structured around the stages through which group plans evolve, as represented within the SharedPlans (SP) theory of collaboration.
The following are in reverse chronological order of publication.
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Wilkins, D. and Smith, S. and Kramer, L. and Lee, T. and Rauenbusch, T. Airlift mission monitoring and dynamic rescheduling. Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 141-155, March 2008. [Details]
Wilkins, D. and Smith, S. and Kramer, L. and Lee, T. and Rauenbusch, T. Execution Monitoring and Replanning with Incremental and Collaborative Scheduling, in ICAPS 2005 Workshop on Multiagent Planning and Scheduling, Monterey, CA, 2005. [Details]
Rauenbusch, T. and Shieber, S. and Grosz, B. Computing the Communication Costs of Item Allocation, in Proceedings of the Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Utrecht, Netherlands, 2005. [PS, Details]