Using Iterative Repair to Improve the Responsiveness of Planning and Scheduling

Steve Chien, Russell Knight, Andre Stechert, Rob Sherwood, and Gregg Rabideau

The majority of planning and scheduling research has focused on batch-oriented models of planning. This paper discusses the use of iterative repair techniques to support a continuous planning process as is appropriate for autonomous spacecraft control. This allows the plan to incorporate execution feedback - such as early or late completion of activities, and over-use or under-use of resources. In this approach, iterative repair supports continuous modification and updating of a current working plan in light of changing operating context. .

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