Dr. Karen L. Myers (PI)
Dr. Peter Jarvis
Mr. Thomas J. Lee
The CODA system provides targeted information dissemination among distributed
planners as a way of improving coordination. CODA enables each individual
planner to declare interest in different types of plan changes that could
impact his or her local plan development. As users develop plans
within a plan authoring tool, their activities are monitored, with changes
that match declared areas of interests being forwarded automatically to
the person(s) who declared interest in them. In this way, distributed
planners can receive focused, realtime updates of plan changes that are
relevant to their local planning efforts.
Active Coordination of Distributed Human Planners, K. L. Myers, P. A. Jarvis, T. J. Lee, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on AI Planning and Scheduling (AIPS'02), 2002.
CODA: Coordinating Human Planners, K. L. Myers, P. A. Jarvis, T. J. Lee, Proceedings of the European Conference on Planning, Toledo, Spain, 2001.
CODA: Coordinating Distributed Human Planners , K. L. Myers, P. A. Jarvis, T. J. Lee. SRI International Technical Report, June, 2001.
Development of the CODA system has been funded by DARPA's Active Templates program through contracts F30602-97-C-0067 and F30602-00-C-0058 under the supervision of Air Force Research Lab - Rome.
Last modified: April, 2002