Controlling Communication in Distributed Planning Using Irrelevance Reasoning

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Efficient and effective distributed planning requires careful control over how much information the planning agents broadcast to one another. Sending too little information could result in incorrect plans, while sending too much information could overtax the distributed planning system’s resources (bandwidth and computational power). Ideally, distributed… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wolverton1998ControllingCI, title={Controlling Communication in Distributed Planning Using Irrelevance Reasoning}, author={Michael Wolverton and Marie desJardins}, booktitle={AAAI/IAAI}, year={1998} }