Autonomic Policy-Based Collaboration for Cross-Agency Human Teams
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cross-agency human teams
UMBC Ebiquity Research Group
Declarative policies are useful for constraining autonomous behavior in open, distributed systems This enables more autonomy The Rei policy language and associate tools have provided a good base Semantic web languages (e.g., OWL) used, grounding descriptions in sharable, semantically rich, machine understandable ontologies We’re evaluating and exploring the utility of policies through prototype applications In one, Topsail, policies guide agents to help form, operate and maintain teams of people.