Jimoh, Falilat, McCluskey, T.L, Chrpa, Lukas and Gregory, Peter (2012) Enabling Autonomic Properties in Road Transport System. In: 30th Workshop of the UK Planning And Scheduling Special Interest Group PLANSIG 2012, 13th and 14th of December 2012, Teeside University.

Current autonomic computing systems tend to rely
on reactive rather than deliberative reasoning, that is, they use a simpler form of reasoning over sets of de�fined rules in order to be able to work in real-time. However, technology in areas such as automated planning or constraints processing have been developing rapidly, so that now it may be possible to deploy deliberative reasoning to real-time applications. In this paper, we introduce the problem of self-management of a road traffi�c network as a temporal planning problem. We design a road traffic model, and use it with domain independent planners to consider the feasibility of introducing it into tra�ffic management applications.

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