Monday, September 9, 2019 - 11:03am
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Prof. Doshi is collaborating on a new 3-year NSF grant with faculty at Oberlin College and UNL-Lincoln on scalable and decentralized planning in open multi-agent systems. Such systems are characterized by agents entering and leaving the system, as well as tasks that are transient. Automated planning has so far focused on multi-agent systems that are closed (having a known and fixed number of agents). This grant will enable the team to systematically study how agents should plan and act in domains such as wildfire suppression, dynamic ride sharing, and others that exhibit openness and make early contributions.