Publication - Design-to-Criteria Scheduling: Real-Time Agent Control

Authors: Wagner, Thomas and Lesser, Victor
Title: Design-to-Criteria Scheduling: Real-Time Agent Control
Abstract: Design-to-Criteria builds custom schedules for agents that meet hard temporal constraints, hard resource constraints, and soft constraints stemming from soft task interactions or soft commitments made with other agents. Design-to-Criteria is designed specifically for online application it copes with exponential combinatorics to produce these custom schedules in a resource bounded fashion. This enables agents to respond to changes in problem solving or the environment as they arise.
Keywords: Agent Control, DTC, Real Time, Scheduling
Publication: Proceedings of AAAI 2000 Spring Symposium on Real-Time Autonomous Systems, pp. 89 - 96
Location: Stanford, CA
Publisher: A version also available as UMASS CS Tech Report 99-58
Date: March 2000
Sources: PS: /Documents/wagner_aaai_real_time.pdf
Reference: Wagner, Thomas and Lesser, Victor. Design-to-Criteria Scheduling: Real-Time Agent Control. Proceedings of AAAI 2000 Spring Symposium on Real-Time Autonomous Systems, A version also available as UMASS CS Tech Report 99-58, pp. 89-96. March 2000.
bibtex:
@article{Wagner-180,
  author    = "Thomas Wagner and Victor Lesser",
  title     = "{Design-to-Criteria Scheduling: Real-Time Agent
               Control}",
  journal   = "Proceedings of AAAI 2000 Spring Symposium on
               Real-Time Autonomous Systems",
  publisher = "A version also available as UMASS CS Tech Report 99-58",
  pages     = "89-96",
  month     = "March",
  year      = "2000",
  address   = "Stanford, CA",
  url       = "http://mas.cs.umass.edu/paper/180",
}