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Coalition Search and Rescue - Task Support: Intelligent Task Achieving Agents on the Semantic Web
(Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, 2006-07)
The Coalition Search and Rescue Task Support (CoSAR-TS) has been a DARPA DAML Program project to provide advanced capabilities linking models of organizational structures, policies, and doctrines with intelligent task ...
Co-OPR: Design and Evaluation of Collaborative Sensemaking and Planning Tools for Personnel Recovery
(Open University Knowledge Media Institute, 2006-03)
Personnel recovery teams must operate under intense pressure, taking into account not only hard logistics, but ‘messy’ factors such as the social or political implications of a decision. The Collaborative Operations for ...
I-P2 - Intelligent Process Panels to Support Coalition Operations
(Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, University of Edinburgh, 2002-04)
I-X is a research programme with a number of different aspects intended to create a well-founded approach to allow humans and computer systems to cooperate in the creation or modification of some product or products such ...
Task Achieving Agents on the World Wide Web
(MIT Press, 2003)
An important class of problems is related to performing activities, and the planning of future activity. The “doing of things” is at the heart of human endeavour. The WWW has primarily concentrated to date on information ...
Using Shared Models of Activity for Coalition Task-Driven Cooperation Final Report on DARPA/AFRL
(Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, 2003-02-28)
An I-X Process Panel (I-P2) supports a user or collaborative users in selecting and carrying out "processes" and creating or modifying "process products". Both processes and process products are abstractly considered to ...