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Plan switching: an approach to plan execution in changing environments

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Plan switching: an approach to plan execution in changing environments
The execution of a complex task in any environment requires planning. Planning is the process of constructing an activity graph given by the current state of the system, a goal state, and a set of activities. If we wish to execute a complex computing task in a heterogeneous computing environment with autonomous resource providers, we should be able to adapt to changes in the environment. A possible solution is to construct a family of activity graphs beforehand and investigate the means of switching from one member of the family to another when the execution of one activity graph fails. In this paper, we study the conditions when plan switching is feasible. Then we introduce an approach for plan switching and report the simulation results of this approach.
Han Yu, Dan C. Marinescu, Annie S. Wu, Howard Jay
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IPPS
Authors Han Yu, Dan C. Marinescu, Annie S. Wu, Howard Jay Siegel, Rose A. Daley, I-Jeng Wang
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