Austin Tate, John Levine, Jeff Dalton, and Stuart Aitken
This paper introduces Open Planning Process Panels (O-p3). These panels are based on explicit models of the planning process and axe used to coordinate the development and evaluation of multiple courses of action. We describe the generic ideas behind O-P3 technology, a general methodology for building O-P3 interfaces and two applications based on O-P3 technology - the Air Campaign Planning Process Panel (ACP3) and the O-Plan two-user mixedinitiative planning Web demonstration. This work has an impact on a number of important research areas outside planning, including Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and workflow support.