A Real Time Multi-Agent Planner for a Specific Application

Carlos Pinto-Ferreira, Alexandre Malheiro Bernadino, and Cesar Santos Silva

When applying planning approaches and formalisnm to real-world problems two specific kinds of difficulties arise: on the one hand, the uncertainty related with system malfunctioning and changing in environmental conditions, and on the other, a latency problem that consists of not always having available a complete and correct description of the system state. The paradigms of Hierarchical Planning and Interleaving Planning and Execution are applied successfully to a system belonging to the class of multi-agent loceely coupled systems in an changing environment.


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