Conflict Resolution for Multi-Agent Hybrid Systems

@inproceedings{Pappas1996ConflictRF,
  title={Conflict Resolution for Multi-Agent Hybrid Systems},
  author={George J. Pappas and Claire Tomlin and Shankar Sastry},
  year={1996}
}
A conflict resolution architecture for multi-agent hybrid systems with emphasis on Air Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) is presented. In such systems, conflicts arise in the form of potential collisions which are resolved locally by inter-agent coordination. This results in a decentralized architecture in which safety issues are resolved locally and central agencies, such as Air Traffic Controllers, focus on global issues such as efficiency and optimal throughput. In order to allow… CONTINUE READING
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