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Task decomposition, dynamic role assignment, and low-bandwidth communication for real-time strategic teamwork

Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso
1999 Artificial Intelligence  
Homogeneous agents can flexibly switch roles within formations, and agents can change formations dynamically, according to pre-defined triggers to be evaluated at run-time.  ...  The two main contributions of this article are a flexible team agent structure and a method for inter-agent communication in domains with unreliable, single-channel, low-bandwidth communication.  ...  Within this team member agent architecture and using the locker-room agreement, we define our flexible teamwork structure that allows for task decomposition and dynamic role assignment in PTS domains.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(99)00025-9 fatcat:x3n55lldlbcxbdnitf5blnyoju

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1999 Artificial Intelligence  
Stone, P. and M. Veloso Task decomposition, dynamic role assignment, and low-bandwidth communication for real-time strategic teamwork (2) 241-273 Tambe, M., J. Adibi, Y. Al-Onaizan, A. Erdem, G.A.  ...  Muslea Building agent teams using an explicit teamwork model and learning (2) 215-239 Uchibe, E., see Asada, M. (2) 275-292 Veloso, M., see Asada, M. (2) 193-214 Veloso, M., see Stone, P. (2) 241-273 Werger  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(99)00044-2 fatcat:al3txscacvdfbk4hsvmfvcs44y

Task Decomposition and Dynamic Role Assignment for Real - Time Strategic Teamwork [chapter]

Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we introduce a flexible teamwork structure that allows for task decomposition and dynamic role assignment in PTS domains.  ...  Time-critical environments require real-time response and therefore eliminate the possibility of heavy communication between team agents.  ...  Thus, in all, the locker-room agreement is used to coordinate task decomposition among agents, to coordinate dynamic team re-alignment during time-critical stages, and for defining pre-compiled multi-agent  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-49057-4_19 fatcat:cmtaaelevrcsxhgtshnmps3g2a

The CMUnited-97 simulator team [chapter]

Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Soccer Server system provides a rich and challenging multiagent, real-time domain. Agents must accurately perceive and act despite a quickly changing, largely hidden, noisy world.  ...  They must also act at several levels, ranging from individual skills to full-team collaborative and adversarial behaviors.  ...  Sensing and acting is noisy, while interagent communication is unreliable and low-bandwidth.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-64473-3_75 fatcat:mycra6s4g5gmfb54ydb3hkxhay

Modeling Human–Automation Function Allocation

Amy R. Pritchett, So Young Kim, Karen M. Feigh
2013 Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making  
Systemwide Safety and Assurance project, under the technical supervision of Michael Feary, Paul Schutte, Michael Schafto, and Giullaume Brat.  ...  AcknoWlEdgMEntS The models and simulation framework discussed here have been developed through cooperative agreements with NASA's Aviation Safety Program's Integrated, Intelligent Flight Deck project and  ...  the corresponding assignment of teamwork and taskwork actions to each agent, and the resources required for teamwork.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1555343413490944 fatcat:b2cg463dxnhc7prqsq36ytytm4

Intelligent Manufacturing Systems

Andrew Kusiak, David Dornfeld
1991 Journal of Engineering for Industry  
for developing metrics, standards, and performance measures, 2) a reference model architecture for conceptual design of intelligent systems, and 3) a set of engineering guidelines for the implementation  ...  The Intelligent Systems Architecture for Manufacturing (ISAM) addresses the application of intelligent systems to the manufacturing enterprise at three degrees of abstraction: 1) a conceptual framework  ...  Coupling between Job Assignment and Scheduling functions produce teamwork between supervisor and subordinate agents in planning and execution of BG tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1115/1.2899693 fatcat:klnrqr6hajedner6abtxpd7kwu

Intelligent manufacturing systems

David A. Tansik, Ann Majchrzak
1990 Journal of Technology Transfer  
for developing metrics, standards, and performance measures, 2) a reference model architecture for conceptual design of intelligent systems, and 3) a set of engineering guidelines for the implementation  ...  The Intelligent Systems Architecture for Manufacturing (ISAM) addresses the application of intelligent systems to the manufacturing enterprise at three degrees of abstraction: 1) a conceptual framework  ...  Coupling between Job Assignment and Scheduling functions produce teamwork between supervisor and subordinate agents in planning and execution of BG tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02371524 fatcat:eskdsgwwrrhsfibsow3rnziqvi

An institutional analysis of software teams

Josh Tenenberg
2008 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
And third, it provides an example of a particular institutional arrangement that elicits high levels of cooperation and low levels of free riding within a real-world setting.  ...  The principles and analysis framework are applied to an empirical case study of software teamwork within an academic setting.  ...  I am grateful to the University of Washington for providing a sabbatical release during which this research was undertaken, and to the School of Informatics at IU for hosting me during this time.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2007.08.002 fatcat:kbl6nzld5vhzjooy5okwyedvlm

Disruptive innovations in RoboCup 2D Soccer Simulation League: from Cyberoos'98 to Gliders2016 [article]

Mikhail Prokopenko, Peter Wang
2016 arXiv   pre-print
diagrams, information dynamics, and bio-inspired collective behaviour.  ...  These methods included interactive debugging, machine learning, automated planning, and opponent modelling.  ...  a new communication scheme adopted by Gliders from 2014 [35] .  ... 
arXiv:1612.00947v1 fatcat:yke3drnyn5arhlc3ppkrs6xan4

Adaptive decision-making frameworks for dynamic multi-agent organizational change

Cheryl Martin, K. Suzanne Barber
2006 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
The ADMF capability is a form of organizational adaptation and differs from previous approaches to organizational adaptation and dynamic coordination in that it is the first to allow dynamic and explicit  ...  The presented evaluation empirically shows that, for at least one multi-agent system, there is no one best DMF for multiple agents across run-time situational changes.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported in part by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (no 003658452) and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10458-006-0009-8 fatcat:cxseq2t5tzbwba7gjttvgsdevq

24-hour knowledge factory

Amar Gupta, Satwik Seshasai
2007 ACM Transactions on Internet Technology  
In this scenario, each member of the team would work during the normal workday hours that pertain to his or her time zone.  ...  The effective use of sequential workers in a 24-Hour Knowledge Factory requires that professional tasks be broken down to the level that individuals can work on them with minimal interaction with their  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank a number of individuals at the University of Arizona, MIT, IBM, and in other organizations for their valuable ideas and for providing information on their specific endeavors  ... 
doi:10.1145/1275505.1275507 fatcat:x2lmdfdnrfej7h5ibda3y2gt3q

24-Hour Knowledge Factory: Using Internet Technology to Leverage Spatial and Temporal Separations

Amar Gupta, Satwik Seshasai
2007 Social Science Research Network  
In this scenario, each member of the team would work during the normal workday hours that pertain to his or her time zone.  ...  The effective use of sequential workers in a 24-Hour Knowledge Factory requires that professional tasks be broken down to the level that individuals can work on them with minimal interaction with their  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank a number of individuals at the University of Arizona, MIT, IBM, and in other organizations for their valuable ideas and for providing information on their specific endeavors  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.960192 fatcat:xylpyrxayjha7hkdvdob2gztym

Network Organization and Governance [chapter]

2018 CRC Handbook of Modern Telecommunications  
Real-time and near-real-time bandwidth allocation definitions are needed. Network managers agree that load balancers are needed.  ...  a problem, real or potential, as well as for real-time SLA assurance.  ...  For the first time, carriers can lever age their terabytes of CDR data for real-time, better-informed, and more strategic business decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420078084-9 fatcat:eyixyd27nzbmthwoqybadgqz2e

Planning and Robotics (Dagstuhl Seminar 17031)

Malik Ghallab, Nick Hawes, Daniele Magazzeni, Brian C. Williams, Andrea Orlandini, Marc Herbstritt
2017 Dagstuhl Reports  
The motivation for this seminar was to bring together researchers from the two communities and people from the Industry in order to foster a broader interest in the integration of planning and deliberation  ...  The main outcomes were a greater common understanding of planning and robotics issues and challenges, and a greater appreciation of crossover between different perspectives, i.e., spanning from low level  ...  However, planning is often too slow for online replanning to be a viable strategy for real-time planning.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.7.1.32 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/GhallabHMWO17 fatcat:vqoj274bhbakvgovfljltfwqie

RoboCup-2000: The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships

Peter Stone
2001 The AI Magazine  
Veloso, E. and Low-Bandwidth Communication for received his Ph.D. in Pagello, and H. Kitano, 727–730. Berlin: Real-Time Strategic Teamwork.  ...  In RoboCup-99: composition, Dynamic Role Assignment, AT&T Labs Research. He Robot Soccer World Cup III, eds. M.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v22i1.1541 dblp:journals/aim/Stone01 fatcat:sbbel7aksjh6tcgoopzxcy7qq4
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