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|Web Services and Automated Planning for Intelligent Calendars
|FRASCATI::Natural sciences::Computer and information sciences
|Proceedings of the 6th Italian Workshop on Planning and Scheduling
|This paper promotes the automated creation of hybrid person-al plans, comprising web services and real human activities, to be supported by the next generation of intelligent calendar applications. A prototype work is presented, utilizing both atomic web services and composite ones, the latter having been previously generated from a contingent web service composition module, aiming at increasing the likelihood of achieving their intended goal. A metric planner generates a plan, giving priority to web service calls over human activi-ties. Then, a scheduler schedules the human activities into the user’s calendar, taking into account the ordering constraints that result from the plan. The resulting schedules substitute human activities with web services, thus increasing the user’s capacity, his free time, as well as the scheduling options. As a proof of concept we present a case study implementation uti-lizing existing state-of-the-art components.
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