Representative Publications 2003

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Wilkins, D.E., Lee, T.J. & BERRY, P. " Interactive Execution Monitoring of Agent Teams", (html version) , Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), Volume 18, pages 217-261. 2003

David E. Wilkins, Thomas Lee, & Pauline BERRY. Interactive Execution Monitoring of Agent Teams. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, vol. 18, pp. 217-261, March 2003.

Wolverton, M., BERRY, P., Harrison, I., Lowrance, J., Morley, D., Rodriguez, A., Ruspini, E. & Thomere, J. LAW: A Workbench for Approximate Pattern Matching in Relational Data. in The Fifteenth Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference (IAAI-03), 2003.

Vincent, R., BERRY, P., Agno, A.,Ortiz, C. & Wilkins, D. Teambotica: a robotic framework for integrated teaming, tasking, networking, and control, in poster session of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems Conference, 2003.

Ortiz, C. Agno, A. BERRY, P.M. and Vincent, R. Multilevel adaptation in teams of unmanned air and ground vehicles. In proceedings of the First AIAA Unmanned Aerospace vehicles, systems, tecchnologies and operations conference, 2002.

1998 - 2000

BERRY, P.M. and Drabble, B.,SWIM: An AI-based System for Organizational Management. In proceedings of the 2nd NASA Intl. workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space, March 16-18 2000, San Francisco, California.

BERRY, P.M. and Drabble, B., SWIM: An AI-based System for Workflow Enabled Reactive Control. In proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Workflow and Process Management held as part of IJCAI-99, Stockholm, Sweden, August 1999.

Myers, K.L. and BERRY, P.M., At the Boundary of Workflow and AI. To appear in proceedings of the AAAI-99 Workshop on Agent-Based Systems in The Business Context held as part of AAAI-99, Orlando, Florida, July 1999.

Myers, K.L. and BERRY, P.M.,, Workflow Management Systems: An AI Perspective. Technical Report, Artificial Intelligence Center, SRI International, 333 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025, Jan 1999.

BERRY, P.M. and Myers, K. L. "Adaptive Process Management: An AI Perspective"In Proceedings of the Workshop Towards Adaptive Workflow Systems held as part of CSCW-98, Seattle, Washington, Nov. 1998 (online proceedings are available at


(a) Papers Published in books and Assessed Journals

Friha, L., BERRY, P.M., & Choueiry, B.Y., "DISA: A Distributed Scheduler Using Abstractions. or Une Approche Multi-Agents pour l'ordonnancement des taches dans un environnement dynamique." Revue d'intelligence Artificielle, Hermes. Volume 11, No 1/1997, page 27-42, 1997.

Strain, H.C., & BERRY, P.M., "Better Page Design for the World Wide Web", Online & CDROM Review, Vol.20, No.5, 1996.

BERRY P.M., Choueiry, B.Y. & Friha, L., "Distributed Approach to Dynamic Resource Management Based on Temporal Abstractions", Journal of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Summer 1994.

BERRY, P.M. "Scheduling and Uncertainty Reasoning", in Scheduling of Production Processes (ed. J. Dorn) Ellis Horwood Publishers, 1993.

BERRY, P.M., "A Predictive Model for Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling Problems", AI Magazine, Vol.13 No.1, Spring 1992.

BERRY, P.M., "The PCP: A Predictive Model for Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling Problems", Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Vol.7, pp227-242, Elsevier, 1992.

(b) Conference papers and reports

D. E. Wilkins, K. L. Myers, M. desJardins, and P. M. BERRY, Multiagent Planning Architecture. Artificial Intelligence Center, SRI International, 333 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025, version 1.2 ed., December 1997.

L. Friha, O. Baujard , P.M. BERRY, and R. Appel, DISA : an interactive scheduler using abstractions, In proceedings of the 13th Annual Special Interest Group in Planning and Scheduling, University of Leeds, Oct 1995.

BERRY P.M., Choueiry, B.Y. and Faltings, B., "Scheduling in a Distributed, Uncertain and Interactive Environment", In Proceedings of Priority Programme Informatics Research, In formation Conference Module 2, Knowledge-based systems, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, Dec. 1994.

BERRY, P.M., "The Internet" in Developing Networks: In Proceedings of the 5th European Conference of Architecture School Librarians, ed Ian Mayfield, Edinburgh, Sept.1994, ISBN -0952576414.

BERRY P.M., Choueiry, B.Y. and Friha, L.,"DISA: Distributed Resource Management Based on Problem Decomposition & Temporal Abstractions, In: Proceeding of Seventh Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Armidale, Australia, 1994, World Scientific Publishing Company.

L. Friha, D. Buchs, P. M. BERRY, "Agent modelling using Structured Algebraic, Petri Nets in DISA", In Proceedings of the Workshop on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Petri Nets and related formalisms, 15th International Conference on Application and Theory of Petri Nets , Zaragoza, June 21st 1994.

BERRY, P.M., "Uncertainty in Scheduling: Probability, Problem Reduction, Abstractions and the User", Digest No: 193/163, IEE Colloquium on Advanced Software Technologies for Scheduling, April 1993.

BERRY P.M., Choueiry, B.Y. & Friha, L., "A Distributed Approach based on Temporal Abstractions for Planning, Scheduling and Resource Allocation", In Proceeding IJCAI-93 Workshop on Knowledge-based Approaches for Planning Scheduling and Control of Production Processes, August 1993.

BERRY, P.M., Choueiry, B.Y. & Friha, L., "A Multi-Agent Architecture for a Distributed Approach to Resource Allocation using Temporal Abstractions", Technical Report, EPFL No. TR-92/18, EPFL, Ecublens, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1992.

BERRY P.M., "Scheduling: A Problem of Decision-Making Under Uncertainty",In Proceedings ECAI-92, PP638-642, Vienna, 1992.

BERRY P.M., "A Predictive Model for Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling Problems", PhD Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 1991

BERRY, P.M., "Resolving Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling",In proceedings of 1st IEE Conf. on Expert Planning Systems, (EPS-90), Brighton, 1990.

BERRY, P.M., "Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Factory Scheduling", In Proceedings CAIA-90, Santa Barbara, Feb. 1990.

BERRY, P.M., "Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling", Technical Report: AISL39, Dep. Computer Sc., University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 1989.

BERRY, P.M., "A Devolved Approach to Real-Time Reactive Planning", In Proceedings of 7th Alvey IKBS Planning SIG, Ispwich, 1987.

(c) Reviews posters and others

BERRY, P.M. "Current Trends in Scheduling", AIRING, No.17; Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, University of Edinburgh, 1993.

(e) PhD Thesis

BERRY, P.M. A Predictive Model for Satisfying Conflicting Objectives in Scheduling Problems, PhD Thesis, University of Strathclyde, UK, 1991.

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