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Execution of Temporal Plans with Uncertainty

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Execution of Temporal Plans with Uncertainty
Simple Temporal Networks (STNs) have proved useful in applications that involve metric time. However, many applications involve events whose timing is uncertain in the sense that it is not controlled by the execution agent. In this paper we consider execution algorithms for temporal networks that include events of uncertain timing. We present two such algorithms. The first retains maximum flexibility, but requires potentially costly updates during execution. The second surrenders some flexibility in order to obtain a fast execution comparable to that available for ordinary STNs.
Paul H. Morris, Nicola Muscettola
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where AAAI
Authors Paul H. Morris, Nicola Muscettola
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