This paper presents a framework for planning and scheduling integration based on a uniform constraint-based representation. Such representation is inspired to time-line based planning but has the unique characteristic of conceiving both resource and causal constraints as abstract specifications that generate segments of temporal evolution to be scheduled on the time-line. This paper describes the general idea behind this type of problem solving, shows how it has been implemented in a software architecture called OMP, and presents an example of application for the generation of mission planning commands for automating the management of spacecraft operations.
Controlling Complex Physical Systems Through Planning and Scheduling Integration
Springer, Berlin , Germania
Lecture notes in computer science 3533 (2005): 197–207. doi:10.1007/11504894_29
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