Employing interactivity and visualization to augment the process of machine-based rescheduling

Based on experiences in the design and construction of interactive resource reallocation systems, the authors argue about the advisability of interactive visualization as a means to increase the effectiveness of an intelligent system and present a generic framework for solving rescheduling problems. The reasoning process, within the proposed framework, emerges from the continuous collaboration of machine intelligence and user expertise. A short presentation of a flight rescheduling system serves as the main implementation example of the proposed paradigm


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Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Approximate Reasoning in Scheduling. ARS '97, Copyright 1997, IEE, 39-45
Year:
1997
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ICSC Academic Press
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Dept. of Microeng., Swiss Federal Inst. of Technol., Lausanne, Switzerland
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