Generation of Multiple Qualitatively Different Plan Options

Austin Tate, Jeff Dalton and John Levine

In this paper, we present a Web-based demonstration of a Course of Action (COA) comparison matrix being used as an interface to an O-Plan plan server to explore multiple qualitatively different plan options. The scenario used for this demonstration is concerned with crisis operations on the island of Pacifica. The COA comparison matrix allows the user to explore and evaluate several different plan options based on different command-level requirements and different as- sumptions about the conditions on the island. This work is part of a larger effort to build a comprehensive mixed initiative planning system incorporating human users in designated user roles.

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