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Towards Flexible Task and Team Maintenance

Ari Yakir, Gal A. Kaminka, and Nirom Cohen-Nov. Towards Flexible Task and Team Maintenance. In Proceedings of the AAAI-2006 workshop on cognitive modeling, 2006.

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Abstract

There is significant interest in modeling teamwork in synthetic agents.In recent years, it has become widely accepted that it is possible to sepa rate teamwork from taskwork, providing support for domain-independent teamwork at an architectural level, using teamwork models. However, existing teamwork models (both in theory and practice) focus almost exclusive on achievement goals, and ignore maintenance goals, where the value of a proposition is to be maintained over time. Such maintenance goals exist both in taskwork (i.e., agents take actions to maintain a condition while a task is executing), as well as in teamwork (i.e., agents take actions to maintain the team). This paper presents Diesel, an implemented teamwork and taskwork architecture, built on top of S oar, that addresses maintenance goals in situated agent teams. We provide details of Diesel's structure, and initial experiments demonstrating it in operation in a dynamic rich domain.

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@InProceedings{yakir06ws, 
  author = 	 {Ari Yakir and Gal A. Kaminka and Nirom Cohen-Nov}, 
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              synthetic agents.In recent years, it has become widely 
              accepted that it is possible to sepa rate teamwork from 
              taskwork, providing support for domain-independent 
              teamwork at an architectural level, using teamwork 
              models.  However, existing teamwork models (both in 
              theory and practice) focus almost exclusive on 
              achievement goals, and ignore maintenance 
              goals, where the value of a proposition is to be 
              maintained over time. Such maintenance goals exist both 
              in taskwork (i.e., agents take actions to maintain a 
              condition while a task is executing), as well as in 
              teamwork (i.e., agents take actions to maintain the 
              team). This paper presents Diesel, an implemented 
              teamwork and taskwork architecture, built on top of S 
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              teams.  We provide details of Diesel's structure, 
              and initial experiments demonstrating it in operation in 
              a dynamic rich domain. }, 
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