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Policy-based Agent Directability

by Myers, K. L. and Morley, D. N.

in Agent Autonomy,

Edited by: Hexmoor, H. and Falcone, R. and Castelfranchi, C.
Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers
2003.

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trac

Taskable Reactive Agent Communities (TRAC)

The TRAC project developed mixed-initiative technology that enables flexible tasking and direction of agents by a user. Within TRAC, a user assigns tasks to agents along with guidance that imposes boundaries on agent behavior. During execution, the user manages agent activities in accord with a level of involvement that suits his individual needs. In essence, our work can be viewed as providing a form of process management technology that enables ready human control of agent communities.

AIC Personnel

Name Title E-mail
Morley, David N Alumnus
Myers, Karen Program Director & Principal Scientist

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