Planning for Real Time Event Response Management

Planning for Real Time Event Response Management

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Overview

Planning for Real Time Event Response Management by David W. Ash, Vlad G. Dabija

  • Real-time intelligent agents: solutions and applications
  • Choosing and integrating the best planning techniques
  • Reaction decision frameworks and language frameworks
  • Includes a complete case study

The act of planning for and responding to real-time events has been an area of intense investigation in the past few years. Planning for Real Time Event Response Management offers this state-of-the-art technology in depth and demonstrates how it can be employed for maximum effect. The techniques presented here are applicable to an exceptionally broad range of problems, from web-based shopping assistants to robots, medicine to financial analysis. Coverage includes:

  • Conventional and reactive planning: when to use each, and when to avoid planning
  • A flight planning example used throughout the book to bring together the concepts
  • Key reactive planning techniques such as Brooks' subsumption architecture and Rosenschein/Kaelbling's situated automata—and their limitations
  • Contingencies: building intelligent agents that can handle unanticipated events
  • Applying planning paradigms to real-world domains
  • Building Reaction Decision Frameworks that integrate conventional and reactive planning
  • Solving problems at execution time: anytime algorithms and real-time architectures
  • Real-time planning: integrating artificial intelligence and real-time computing

Planning for Real Time Event Response Management introduces a framework for describing reactive behavior that can be used in many knowledge domains, concluding with a previewof the next steps to be taken in intelligent agent development, including integration of real-time problem solving languages with existing Internet infrastructures.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780130951922
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date: 06/12/2000
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 7.33(w) x 9.59(h) x 1.43(d)

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