Coordination of Planning and Scheduling Techniques for a Distributed, Multi-level, Multi-agent System

Planning and scheduling for agents operating in heterogeneous, multi-agent environments is governed by the nature of the environment and the interactions between agents. Significant efficiency and capability gains can be attained by employing planning and scheduling mechanisms that are tailored to particular agent roles. This paper presents such a framework for a global sensor web that operates as a two-level hierarchy, where the mission level coordinates complex tasks globally and the resource level coordinates the operation of subtasks on individual sensor networks.

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Conference Name
The International Conference on Agents and Artificial Intelligence (ICAART 2010)
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Valencia, Spain
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