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The ARPA-Rome Knowledge-Based Planning and Scheduling Initiative

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In 1990, ARPA and the US Air Force Rome Laboratory formed the Knowledge-Based Planning and Scheduling Initiative. Better known as the ARPA/Rome Planning Initiative or ARPI, the program was formed to develop the next generation of generic AI tools for planning, scheduling, and resource allocation, as well as to significantly improve crisis management planning. At ARPI's core is a vision of a distributed network of graphics-based planning cells, sharing a common reasoning infrastructure that enables continuous concurrent planning. It takes a distributed, collaborative approach to crisis management, and applies total quality management techniques to ensure measurable progress and remote cooperation among participants

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IEEE Expert  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 1 )