VIE-CDS: A modular architecture for criteria-driven scheduling/Eine modulare Architektur für Kriterien gesteuertes Scheduling

 
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Type: Thesis (Masters)

Jung, Bernhard (2003) VIE-CDS: A modular architecture for criteria-driven scheduling/Eine modulare Architektur für Kriterien gesteuertes Scheduling. Masters thesis, Vienna University of Technology.

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Abstract

In this thesis the results of an analysis of the TAEMS framework and Design-to-Criteria (DTC) Scheduling are presented and used to develop and implement a modular and flexible architecture for critera-driven scheduling (VIE-CDS). VIE-CDS can be used for planning and scheduling in multi-agent systems. It uses hierarchical task-structures that describe task decompositions and their interrelationships to other tasks, resources, and agents in a quantitative and probabilistic way, and heuristically generates schedules. This process is driven by criteria, which specify preferences for certain solutions depending on their qualities, costs, and durations.

Deposited by DI Bernhard Jung on 31 May 2005

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