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PLANSERVE
-

overview of an EU
proposal for the “Future and
Emerging Technologies”
Program


Lee McCluskey

Artform Research Group

The University of Huddersfield, UK

Interested Planet

Members

Establishment:

Leader


Specialism:


University of Ulm.

Prof. S Biundo

Knowledge
-
based Planning Tools

University of Brescia,

Prof A Gerevini,

Domain Analysis and Preprocessing

Univ. Méditerranée

Dr C. Pain
-
Barre

Domain Model Analysis and Correction.

University of Perugia

Prof. A Milani

Knowledge Engineering, Web Applications

Open University,

Dr M Garagnani,

Domain Modelling and plan languages

Charles University,

Dr R Bartak,

Formal modelling, constraint satisfaction

UCIII Madrid,

Prof. D Borrajom

Machine Learning, Knowledge Acquisition

TU Darmstadt,

Dr U Scholz

Domain Analysis

Univ of Huddersfield

Prof. T L McCluskey

Knowledge Engineering, Machine Learning

University of Granada

Dr L Castillo

Knowledge
-
based Planning Tools

University of Salford

Prof. R Aylett

Knowledge Acquisition; Virtual Environments

Aristotle University

Dr I Vlahavas

Domain Analysis

Marseille
-
Luminy

Dr C Schwind

Architectural Building Reconstruction

Italy NRC


Dr A Cesta


Space Applications

The Netherlands NAL

Dr H.H. Hesselink

Aerospace Applications, Knowledge Management

COSYTEC SA

Dr A. Aggoun

Hi
-
tech Tools Developer (CP Technology)

Origin SA


Dr T Grant


Aerospace Technology

University of Macedonia

Dr I Refanidis

Planning

and Web technologies



Other Interested Establishments

country: Spain establishment: ALECOP

via consultant Gorka Artola of I
-
TEC

ga.itec@oteic.com


country: Spain establishment: Telefonica

Sara Carro Martmnez

scm@tid.es


country: Belgium establishment: LabAge SPRL

Dr Andri Renard

a.j.renard@skynet.be


country: Germany establishment: DAI
-
Labor

Stefan Fricke

fricke@dai
-
lab.de




Aims

The aim of this project is to research and develop the
enabling technology that will make intelligent
planning technology generally accessible to the user
community, and to prototype this technology by the
creation of intelligent planning services targeted at
the semantic web.

OBJECTIVES:

(a) create prototypes of an online 'planning service'
that is capable of solving planning problems from a
wide range of applications domains;


(b) create prototypes of an online knowledge
engineering service, capable of helping a user to
acculmulate sufficient input to effectively use (a).

.. Address the lack of
Accessibility
and
Usability

of the
technology

GUARDED TRANSITION SEQUENCES

Knowledge

Engineering

Service

Planning

Service

PLANSERVE

Planning Ontology

Application Ontologies

IR Agents

Language Translators

Planning Engine Library

Configuration Generator

Domain Analysis

KA Interface Tools

External Interface

Initial Users

Advanced Users

Feasibility

Technology is maturing: Timely maturing of research areas:



Semantic Web


KE


knowledge sharing and re
-
use:
KBS KE maturing eg
aspiration of re
-
useable knowledge to be fulfilled by the promise
of Online Ontologies


Planning language conventions


Planning KE:
Some prototype platforms for KA/KE planning
emerging (eg GIPO II)

-
Planning engines:

a good range available and a growing
understanding of their application area

Applications Opening Up:

-
With the interest in eg Intelligent Agents, E
-
science etc there is
a strong requirement for easy access to our technology

Research / Development needed



-

research into Planning Ontology: including terms for

describing the
characteristics of domains,

of plans, of actions etc

-

Web
-
based, knowledge
-
rich Domain Model Languages and Plan
Languages

need to be formulated and agreed, to be used as formats
for knowledge interchange.

-
Application domain <
--
>

Planner correspondence

-
Planner configuration generator, architectures for

multiple planner
configurations

-
Ontology languages for typical application

domains.

-
Research into re
-
using abstract

descriptions of types of domains to act
as

templates for new domains

-

knowledge acquisition tools and methodologies

-

web infrastructure problems eg to do with the use of

KES remotely

Input from commerce

/
industrial partners




-

example applications,


-

technology trials, evaluation, feedback,


-

knowledge of current technology, including related

technologies and examples of the kinds of environment into

which PLANSERVE may be embedded.


-

examples of 'conventional' processes in which PLANSERVE

would provide assistance.

PLAN




-
Agree on a statement of objectives

-
Map out work required to organisations

-
Draw up and submit a 5 page FET application


BY


end April 2003