A High-Level Language for Homeland Security Response Plans

Richard Scherl and Michael Barnathan

In this paper we discuss the applicability of the agent control language GoLog for the representation of plans to handle the response to homeland security incidents. Our goal is a representation for plans that is high-level and flexible. The specific actions executed when the plan is interpreted should be selected through logical inferencing to be the appropriate actions under current circumstances. Our approach is illustrated with an example of agricultural bio-terrorism.


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