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The Application of Advanced Knowledge Technologies for Emergency Reponse
Making sense of the current state of an emergency and of the response to it is vital if appropriate decisions are to be made. This task involves the acquisition, interpretation and management of information. In this paper ...
Recording Rationale in <I-N-C-A> for Plan Analysis
(AAAI Press, 2006-06-06)
The aim of this paper is to show how the rationale behind a plan can be recorded in the plan itself. The <I-N-C-A> model which underlies the I-X framework will be described in detail, focussing on annotations. It is there ...
Integrating Discrete Event and Process-Level Simulation for Training in the I-X Framework
The aim of this paper is to describe I-Sim, a simulation tool that is a fully integrated part of the underlying agent framework, I-X. I-Sim controls a discrete event simulator, based on the same activity model that is ...
Planning and Choosing: Augmenting HTN-Based Agents with Mental Attitudes.
(IEEE Computer Society, 2007-11)
This paper describes a new agent framework that fuses an HTN planner, through its underlying conceptual model, with the mental attitudes of the BDI agent architecture, thus exploiting the strengths of each. On the one hand, ...
Using I-X Process Panels as Intelligent To-Do Lists for Agent Coordination in Emergency Response
(International Journal of Intelligent Control Systems (IJICS), 2006-12)
The aim of this paper is to describe the I-X system with its principal user interface, the I-X Process Panel, its underlying ontology, <I-N-C-A>, and how this panel can be used as an intelligent to-do list that assists ...