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Title: ASPEN: A Framework for Automated Planning and Scheduling of Spacecraft Control and Operations
Authors: Yan, David
Fukunaga, Alex S.
Rabideau, Gregg
Chien, Steve
Issue Date: 14-Jul-1997
Citation: Tokyo
Abstract: In this paper, we describe ASPEN (Automated Planning/Scheduling Environment), a modular, reconfigurable application framework which is capable of supporting a wide variety of planning and scheduling applications.
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