Timing Interruptions for Better Human-Computer Coordinated Planning
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CitationSarne, 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.
AbstractThe 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.
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