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A simple framework is developed for representing plans, goals and resources of agents in order to model cooperative planning behavior. ... We then model two forms of cooperative planning behavior between two agents, viz. fusion, aiming at the maximization of the total yield of the agents involved, and collaboration which aims at maximization ... These algorithms realize cooperation by iterated plan revision. ...doi:10.1109/icmas.2000.858453 dblp:conf/icmas/MoreeBTW00 fatcat:jylb4p4qvfg7vpczwcdozxcqpy
Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems 3
This paper focuses on a planning method for an iterative transportation task by cooperative mobile robots in unknown environment. ... One-time tasks Iterative tasks Point-reaching tasks -motion planning [Arai 92] -cooperative transportation [Ota 95] -iterative transportation [Fukuda 96] Plane-sweeping tasks -sweeping tasks[Kurabayashi ... Conclusions and future works Conclusions: We proposed an motion planning method for iterative transportation task by cooperative mobile robots. • A transportation planning architecture consisting of environmental ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-72198-4_1 dblp:conf/dars/InoueOHKA98 fatcat:jbqp3mwmozaq3dojqx2ls3p6ha
We argue how both forms of cooperation can be seen as iterative plan revision processes. ... We also present efficient polynomial algorithms for agent plan fusion and collaboration that are based on this idea of iterative plan revision. ... The aim of such interactions is to reach agreements through an iterative process of making offers. The content of such proposals are, however, a function of the strategy of the agents. ...doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(02)00341-7 fatcat:mz4wncs7tnfozjmzob4nqmeeyy
The concept of the Plan Development Process is based on the possibility of application of the Unifi ed Process methodology on urban planning process. ... Through the application of the Unifi ed Process methodology on urban planning process, the concept of plan development was formulated, as a methodology for contemporary planning process and the corresponding ... Author already presented fi rst iteration of Plan Development process by detailed specifi cation of fi rst versions of phases, actors and artifacts in theirs previous papers. ...doi:10.5937/jaes11-3319 fatcat:gvwz3qqrsjdttgo6w5cav6qurq
Results: Thirty-three ERIC strategies were used by cooperatives. We identified a range of revisions to the ERIC taxonomy to improve the practical application of these strategies. ... These proposed changes include revisions to four strategy names and 12 definitions. ... Acknowledgements We are extremely grateful to all of the EvidenceNOW Cooperatives who have made this work possible. ...doi:10.1186/s13012-019-0876-4 fatcat:m4653kiz3fewxnhkjiikdofeiq
This is accomplished by showing that the task of visual search can be viewed within the behaviorist framework and that the ability to search images (or any other sensory field) of the world to find stimuli ... As a consequence of the experience gained whilst building a number of DA1 systems for industrial applications, a new principled model of cooperation has been developed. ... Becher, Abduction as belief revision We propose a model of abduction based on the revision of the epistemic state of an agent. ...doi:10.1016/0004-3702(95)90052-7 fatcat:l45wxqkgrfaklfpra5btew6ve4
In non-cooperative multi-agent planning environments, it is essential to have a system that enables the agents' strategic behavior. ... Currently, we have no evidence of the existence of any framework that brings together all these phases for non-cooperative multi-agent planning environments. ... On the one hand, when planning agents are willing to cooperate by forming groups to achieve their goals like in cooperative game theory, this is known as coalitional MAP. ...doi:10.3390/app9235180 fatcat:slccnoce5fdjflpipgj4cohw4q
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Because of this, we revised our script language for modeling multi-agent behavior, such that we are now able to specify plans with iterative parts and also reactive behavior, which is triggered by external ... In summary, multi-agent behavior can be described in a script language, where procedural aspects are specified by statecharts and declarative aspects by logical rules (in decision trees). ... We will follow the goal that explicit agent programming is possible, by combining logical and procedural techniques for the specification and implementation of multi-agent systems. ...doi:10.1007/3-540-45324-5_18 fatcat:ivt4ga7cvzfojas4zmqx2wwocy
had concentrated in areas such as machine learning, planning, and reasoning under uncertainty, and who have come to recognize the challenge and importance of those concerns in the context of multiagent ... As recently as the mid-1990s, as the First International Conference on MultiAgent Systems (ICMAS'95) was being organized by relatively small research communities in America, Europe, and Asia, the field ... In both cases, coordination is achieved through iterative plan revision processes, and Tonino et al. present polynomial algorithms for these iterative processes. ...doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(02)00335-1 fatcat:wt5ju6clzjbnhabecb377px2hm
Method D 381, Existent Gum in Fuels by Jet Evaporation, is being cooperatively tested to extend the test to cover diesel fuels. ... A cooperative experimental distilla- tion project is being carried out by 37 laboratories to evaluate the 125-ml dis*illation flask. ...
In order to optimize the method, it is proposed to create iteration- optimization analytical models using the two-point boundary value method, including planning from the achieved and planning from the ... Themeans of implementing this approach are human-machine iterative,interactive procedures. ... The process of planning and organization is being revised, possible corrective actions are being taken to change the production and technological process. Then a new iteration is being performed. ...doi:10.1051/matecconf/202031102004 fatcat:rnvxjowmiramjhb3646ygbo2im
By lauRie WilliamS thorough test plan. The philosophy was often summarized as "Do it right the first time." ... With each iteration, the team candidly reflects on the success of the project, feedback, and how to be more effective, then tunes and adjusts its plans and behavior accordingly. ...doi:10.1145/2133806.2133823 fatcat:4ndjgzdqyfbolcj4sssjy5cvuu
We argue how both forms of cooperation can be seen as iterative plan revision processes. ... We also present efficient polynomial algorithms for agent plan fusion and collaboration that are based on this idea of iterative plan revision. ...
This cooperative project included peer review sessions focused on lesson plans and synchronous revision conferences as part of a digital learning community. ... In this article, we share the planning and implementation of the project, the ways in which students engaged with both their peers and the digital tools, and the trials and tribulations of the authors ... and revision practice (cooperation). ...doi:10.2458/azu_itet_v6i1_rybakova fatcat:35q54e6hx5ckri4ot76bxhvlqu
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