César Guzmán-Alvarez 1, Pablo Castejon 1, Eva Onaindia 1, and Jeremy Frank 2
Universidad Politècnica de València1, NASA Ames Research Center2
This paper appears in: 8th International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems, HAIS. Salamanca, Spain.
Issue Date: Sep.11-13, 2013
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In this paper we present a multi-agent reactive planning mechanism for recovering from plan failures with the help of multiple agents. Our contribution is twofold: a proposal of a dynamic execution architecture embedded into a more general multi-agent planning framework, and a mechanism based on state-transition systems that allows execution agents to reactively and cooperatively attend a plan failure during execution. Specifically, we propose a flexible dynamic execution architecture that allows agents to find solutions for a successful plan execution during a plan failure.