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Title: Towards an Application Framework for Automated Planning and Scheduling
Authors: Fukunaga, Alex
Rabideau, Greg
Chien, Steve
Yan, David
Issue Date: 2-Feb-1997
Citation: Snowmass, CO
Abstract: A number of successful applications of automated planning and scheduling applications to spacecraft operations have recently been reported in the literature. However, these applications have been one-of-a-kind applications that required a substantial amount of development effort. In this paper, we describe ASPEN, a modular, reconfigurable application framework which is capable of supporting a wide variety of planning applications. We describe the architecture of ASPEN, as well as a number of current spacecraft control/operations applications in progress.
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