Strategies for the Control of Reasoning in Dynamic Environment.
Final rept. 30 Sep 92-30 Sep 95,
PITTSBURGH UNIV PA DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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The goal of the project has been to investigate strategies that enable intelligent, real time problem solving systems IRTPS to control their reasoning resources in dynamic, unpredictable environments. Our efforts have been focused in four key areas 1 analyzing the requirements that must be met by simulation systems to support the analysis of reasoning control strategies, and developing simulators that meet those requirements 2 developing and analyzing strategies for controlling deliberation reasoning about alternatives in dynamic environments 3 developing and analyzing strategies for controlling planning means-end reasoning in dynamic environments and 4 developing and analyzing strategies for controlling interactions in multiagent dynamic environments. This report is organized around these four topics after a brief overview of the research problem, there is a section devoted to our research results on each topic. This is followed by list of project-sponsored papers and a summary of students supported by this project. Copies of project-supported papers are included as an appendix.