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Planning & Scheduling Group Members Co-Win ICAPS 2018 Influential Paper Award Based on Remote Agent Research
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Planning & Scheduling Group Members Co-Win ICAPS 2018 Influential Paper Award Based on Remote Agent Research

A paper from Intelligent Systems Division Planning & Scheduling group researchers that was published in the year 2000 at the Conference on Artificial Intelligence Planning and Scheduling (AIPS 2000) has been selected as one of two winners of the Influential Paper award for 2018 by the International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS 2018). (ICAPS is the successor conference series to AIPS.)

BACKGROUND: The paper titled "Planning in Interplanetary Space: Theory and Practice" was co-authored by Ari K. Jónsson, Paul H. Morris, Nicola Muscettola, and Kanna Rajan at NASA Ames, and Ben Smith at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The paper was based on research conducted as part of the Remote Agent Experiment (RAX), where an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system controlled a spacecraft over the course of several days as part of the NASA Deep Space I mission. The Intelligent Systems Division researchers were members of the Planning & Scheduling group, part of the Autonomy & Robotics area. RAX was a joint project between NASA Ames and JPL.

POINT OF CONTACT: Paul Morris, paul.h.morris@nasa.gov

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