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Planning in Intelligent Systems: Aspects, Motivations, and Methods.

Author: Editor:R J Jorna; Editor:Wout van Wezel; Edito Meystel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

The first comparative examination of planning paradigms This text begins with the principle that the ability to anticipate and plan is an essential feature of intelligent systems, whether human or  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Editor:R J Jorna; Editor:Wout van Wezel; Edito Meystel
ISBN: 9780471734277 0471734276
OCLC Number: 940714678
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Contents: Contributors. Preface. 1. Introduction (Wout van Wezel and Ren Jorna). PART I: THEORETICAL. Introduction to Chapter 2. 2. How We Do What We Want: A Neurocognitive Perspective on Human Action Planning (Bernhard Hommel). Introduction to Chapter 3. 3. Planning in Dynamic Situations: Some Findings in Complex Supervisory Control (Jean-Michel Hoc). Introduction to Chapter 4. 4. Cognition, Planning, and Domains: An Empirical Study into the Planning Processes of Planners (Rene Jorna). Introduction to Chapter 5. 5. Coordination Mechanisms in Multi-Actor Systems (Henk W.M. Gazendam). Introduction to Chapter 6. 6. The Organizational Interconnectivity of Planning and Scheduling (Kenneth N. McKay and Vincent C.S. Wiers). Introduction to Chapter 7. 7. Interactive Scheduling Systems (Wout van Wezel). Introduction to Chapter 8. 8. Mathematical Models for Planning Support (Leo G. Kroon and Rob A. Zuidwijk). Introduction to Chapter 9. 9. Modeling and Solving Multisite Scheduling Problems (Jurgen Sauer). Introduction to Chapter 10. 10. Multi-Agent Planning in the Presence of Multiple Goals (Michael H. Bowling, Rune M. Jensen, and Manuela M. Veloso). Introduction to Chapter 11. 11. Multiresolutional Representation and Behavior Generation: How Does It Affect the Performance of and Planning for Intelligent Systems (Alexander Meystel). PART II: PRACTICAL. 12. Perspectives on Shunting Planning: Research in Planning Support at the Netherlands Railways (Wout van Wezel and Derk Jan Kiewiet). 13. Task Analysis for Problems of Shunting Planning within the Netherlands Railways (Derk Jan Kiewiet, Rene Jorna, and Wout van Wezel). 14. Intelligent Shunting: Dealing with Constraints (Satisfaction) (Erwin Abbink). 15. Applying Operations Research Techniques to Planning of Train Shunting (Ramon M. Lentink, Pieter-Jan Fioole, Leo G. Kroon, and Cor van't Woudt). 16. Train Shunting: A Practical Heuristic Inspired by Dynamic Programming (R. Haijema, C.W. Duin, and N.M. van Dijk). 17. Planner-Oriented Design of Algorithms for Train Shunting Scheduling (J. Riezebos and Wout van Wezel). 18. Conclusions for Intelligent Planning: Diversity and the Quest for Unity (Rene Jorna, Wout van Wezel, and Alexander Meystel). References. Index.


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