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A Survey on Case-Based Planning
  • L. Spalazzi
  • Computer Science
  • Artificial Intelligence Review
  • 2001
This paper presents a survey of case-based planning, in terms ofits historical roots, underlying foundations, methods andtechniques currently used, limitations, and future trends.It also provides some reference models. Expand
A.S.A. An Interactive Assistant to Architectural Design
The present work proposes the A.S.A. system, an interactive assistant to architectural design. Expand
High‐performance computing: to boldly go where no human has gone before
We briefly trace back the history of HPC, sketch the state of the present research and development in the field, and project some of the challenges and future trends anticipated. Expand
Guest Editorial: Innovative Technologies for the Seamless Integration of Formal and Informal Learning
As multiple devices with advanced computing and networking capacities are now prevailing in our lives, teachers and researchers are seeking for new types of learning methods trying to integrate formal, informal and non-formal learning. Expand
Agent-based model for earthquake pedestrians’ evacuation in urban outdoor scenarios: Behavioural patterns definition and evacuation paths choice
This work proposes an innovative approach to earthquake evacuation, presenting an agent based model to describe phases and rules of motion for pedestrians. Expand
A Minimalist Approach to Semantic Annotations for Web Processes Compositions
We propose a new approach to the automated composition of distributed processes described as semantic web services by exploiting simple reasoning mechanisms at the ontological level. Expand
Cooperation strategies for agent-based P2P systems
We are interested in peer-to-peer (P2P) computing, where a P2P application consists of a network of nodes (peers), and assumes full peer autonomy, no global control, and intermittent connectivity. Expand
An agent-based model for earthquake pedestrians' evacuation simulation in urban scenarios
This work proposes an agent-based model for evacuation simulation based on the analysis of videotapes concerning real events. Expand
EPES – Earthquake pedestrians׳ evacuation simulator: A tool for predicting earthquake pedestrians׳ evacuation in urban outdoor scenarios
Earthquake risk assessment at urban scale does not actually consider human behaviours during both the event and the first evacuation phases. Nevertheless, understanding and simulating these aspectsExpand
A dynamic logic for acting, sensing, and planning
This paper is a first attempt towards a theory for reactive planning systems, i.e. systems able to plan and control execution of plans in a partially known and unpredictable environment. Expand