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Planning Requirements for Hierarchical Coalitions in Distaster Relief Domains
(British Computer Society, 2005)
Coalitions are organisations whose members combine abilities and knowledge to carry out mutual purposes. Rather than to be composed by a team of equals, coalitions generally require a hierarchical structure of command and ...
Implementing Hierarchical Agent-Human Teamworks via Constraint-Based Models
(ACTA Press, 2004-02)
The teamwork research defines several important concepts regarding the design of agents so that they are in fact able to play as members of a collaborative group. Currently such research has been focused on multiagent ...
I-Rescue: A Coalition Based System to Support Disaster Relief Operations
(ACTA Press, 2003-09)
I-Rescue is a research programme that aims to develop knowledge-based tools for disaster relief domains. One important aspect of the I-Rescue development is to highlight the requirements regarding the collaborative activities ...
An Investigation into the Use of Collaborative Concepts for Planning in Disaster Response Coalitions
(IEEE Computer Society, 2006-06)
This paper investigates the implications of using concepts of collaboration as part of a planning architecture, which intends to support hierarchical coalition operations. Such concepts are mostly based on Teamwork ...
Integrating Collaboration and Activity-Oriented Planning for Coalition Operations Support
The use of planning assistant agents is an appropriate option to provide support for members of a coalition. Planning agents can extend the human abilities and be customised to attend different kinds of activities. However, ...
Intelligent Agents for Coalition Search and Rescue Task Support
(AAAI Press, 2004-07)
The Coalition Search and Rescue Task Support demonstration shows cooperative agents supporting a highly dynamic mission in which AI task planning, inter-agent collaboration, workflow enactment, policy-managed communications, ...