Intelligent Monitoring and Control

@inproceedings{HayesRoth1989IntelligentMA,
  title={Intelligent Monitoring and Control},
  author={B. Hayes-Roth and R. Washington and R. Hewett and M. Hewett and A. Seiver},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1989}
}
Intelligent monitoring and control involves observing and guiding the behavior of a physical system toward some objective, with real-time constraints on the utility of particular actions. Generic functional requirements for this task include: integration of perception, reasoning, and action; integration of multiple reasoning activities; reasoning about complex, time-varying systems; coordination of multiple response modes; dynamic allocation of limited computational resources. We illustrate… Expand
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