Developing a Transition Path for ARPI Technology into the Air Campaign Planning Domain

Mark Hoffman, Anna Griffith, Jim Shoop, Louis Rumanes

The ARPA / Rome Laboratory Knowledge Based Planning and Scheduling Initiative (ARPI) has been major source of support for new and evolving research in planning, scheduling, and related fields ever since its origins in 1989 and Desert Storm / Desert Shield. ISX has been involved in the initiative since those early days and continues to be involved during Phase III (beginning in June of 1995) with the role identifying and building transition paths for maturing technologies into the domain of Air Campaign Planning (ACP). The primary elements in this transition path are described in this paper.

This page is copyrighted by AAAI. All rights reserved. Your use of this site constitutes acceptance of all of AAAI's terms and conditions and privacy policy.