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Title: On-Board Planning for New Millenium Deep Space One Autonomy
Authors: Muscuttola, N.
Fry, C.
Rajan, K.
Smith, B.
Chien, S.
Rabideau, G.
Yan, D.
Issue Date: 1-Feb-1997
Citation: Aspen, Colorado, USA
Abstract: The Deep Space One (DS1) mission, scheduled to fly in 1998, will be the first NASA spacecraft to feature an on-board planner. The planner is part of an artificial intelligence based control architecture that comprises the planner/scheduler, a plan execution engine, and a model-based fault diagnosis and reconfiguration engine...This paper describes the on-board planning and scheduling component of the DS1 autonomy architecture.
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