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Real-time control has become increasingly important as technologies are moved from the lab into real world situations or physical simulations. The complexity associated with these systems increases as control and autonomy are distributed, due to such issues as precedence constraints, shared resources, and the lack of a complete and consistent world view. In this paper we describe a realtime environment requiring distributed control, and how we modified our existing multi-agent technologies todoi:10.1145/375735.376329 dblp:conf/agents/VincentHLW01 fatcat:36dd3nlsn5gxxkkteihdvvprfm