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: Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering Journal.
Issue Date: Aug.27, 2015
Impact Factor: 4.698 - 2015
Abstract - download We present a novel reactive execution model for planning control applications which repairs plan failures at runtime. Our proposal is a domain-independent regression planning model which provides good-quality responses in a timely fashion. The use of a regressed model allows us to work exclusively with the sufficient and necessary information to deal with the plan failure. The model performs a time-bounded process that continuously operate on the plan to recover from incoming failures. This process guarantees there always exists a plan repair for a plan failure at anytime. The model is tested on a simulation of a real-world planetary space mission and on a well-known vehicle routing problem. .