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Ensuring Time in Real-Time Commitments

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This paper presents a framework for the estimation of the temporal cost of agent commitments. The work here presented focuses on the development of a commitment manager as a special module in a real-time agent. This manager has been constructed for the previous analysis of a commitment request in a temporal bounded way. The proposed commitment manager incorporates as CBR module whose aim is to decide if the agent will be able to perform a requested service without exceeding a specified deadline. The proposal has been tested over a mobile robot example and this paper presents the results obtained.

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  • Mobile Robot
  • Service Request
  • Shipment Service
  • Temporal Cost
  • Robot Agent

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Navarro, M., Heras, S., Julián, V. (2008). Ensuring Time in Real-Time Commitments. In: Geffner, H., Prada, R., Machado Alexandre, I., David, N. (eds) Advances in Artificial Intelligence – IBERAMIA 2008. IBERAMIA 2008. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 5290. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-88309-8_19

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