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Intelligent Agents for the Synthetic Battlefield: A Company of Rotary Wing Aircraft

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Intelligent Agents for the Synthetic Battlefield: A Company of Rotary Wing Aircraft
1 We have constructed a team of intelligent agents that perform the tasks of an attack helicopter company for a synthetic battlefield environment used for running largescale military exercises. We have used the Soar integrated architecture to develop: (1) pilot agents for a company of helicopters, (2) a command agent that makes decisions and plans for the helicopter company, and (3) an approach to teamwork that enables the pilot agents to coordinate their activities in accomplishing the goals of the company. This case study describes the task domain and architecture of our application, as well as the benefits and lessons learned from applying AI technology to this domain. Task Description Background Since 1983 the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has exerted a significant effort to develop a realistic, distributed, synthetic battlefield that could be used for training, mission planning and rehearsal, tactics and doctrine development, and weapon-system concept evaluatio...
Randall W. Hill Jr., Johnny Chen, Jonathan Gratch,
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where AAAI
Authors Randall W. Hill Jr., Johnny Chen, Jonathan Gratch, Paul S. Rosenbloom, Milind Tambe
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