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Title: Integrating Collaboration and Activity-Oriented Planning for Coalition Operations Support
Authors: Siebra, C
Tate, Austin
Issue Date: Jul-2005
Citation: Siebra, C. and Tate, A. (2005) Integrating Collaboration and Activity-Oriented Planning for Coalition Operations Support. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on RoboCup 2005, 13-19 July 2005, Osaka, Japan
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: 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, the implementation of a planning framework must also consider other important requirements for coalitions, such as the performance of collaborative activities and human-agent interaction (HAI). This paper discusses the integration of an activity-oriented planning with collaborative concepts using a constraint-based ontology for that. While the use of collaborative concepts provides a better performance to systems as a whole, a unified representation of planning and collaboration enables an easy customisation of activity handlers and the basis for a future incorporation of HAI mechanisms.
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Sponsor(s): CAPES Foundation, DARPA, US Air Force Research Laboratory
Keywords: artificial intelligence
human-agent interaction (HAI)
computer science
Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute
ISBN: 978-3-540-35437-6
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