Intelligent, Real-Time Problem Solving. Phase 3
Final rept. 1 Nov 1990-30 Apr 1992
MASSACHUSETTS UNIV AMHERST DEPT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
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Progress was made in the IRTPS initiative in five areas resolving the relationship between deliberative and reactive planning with a framework for their effective combination modeling the real-time performance of the Phoenix planner through the application of a powerful statistical technique - path analysis that can be used to build causal models from observed behavior developing and applying design-to-time scheduling to design a solution that uses all available resources to maximize solution quality within available time extending previous work on the real,-time monitoring and control structure we call envelopes and finally, in a new body of research started in Phase III, delineating a taxonomy of monitoring problems found in real-time domains, and developing optimal monitoring strategies to address these problems.
- Operations Research