Timing Interruptions for Better Human-Computer Coordinated Planning

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Title: Timing Interruptions for Better Human-Computer Coordinated Planning
Author: Sarne, David; Grosz, Barbara

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Citation: Sarne, David and Barbara Grosz. 2006. Timing interruptions for better human-computer coordinated planning. Paper presented at 2006 AAAI Spring Symposium on Distributed Plan and Schedule Management in Palo Alto, CA, March 27–29, 2006.
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Abstract: The high operations tempo and growing complexity of planning (and re-planning) in various mission-critical domains suggest an approach in which systems act as primary planners rather than assisting the user in planning. We present a high-level overview of our design of a Coordination Autonomy (CA) module as part of such planning system, responsible to intelligently initiate and manage the necessary interactions with the user for enhancing the system's performance.
Published Version: http://www.aaai.org/Papers/Symposia/Spring/2006/SS-06-04/SS06-04-026.pdf
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