Publications

This page is a summary of the most significant publications produced in the context of the Mexar Project.

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2003
  • Angelo Oddi, Nicola Policella, Amedeo Cesta and Gabriella Cortellessa. Generating High Quality Schedules for a Spacecraft Memory Downlink Problem In Proceedings of CP 2003, Kinsale, Ireland, Lecture Notes in Computer Science N. 2833. September 2003.

  • A. Cesta, G. Cortellessa, A. Oddi, and N. Policella. CSPs at Work: Relevance of interaction modules to deploy applications. In Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on User Interaction in Constraint Satisfaction, Kinsale, Ireland, September 29, pp. 70-84, B. O'Sullivan and E.C. Freuder (Eds.), 2003.

  • Amedeo Cesta, Gabriella Cortellessa, Angelo Oddi and Nicola Policella. A CSP-Based Interactive Decision Aid for Space Mission Planning In Proceedings of AI*IA-03, Pisa, Italy, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence N. 2829. September 2003.

  • Angelo Oddi, Nicola Policella, Amedeo Cesta and Gabriella Cortellessa. Constraint-Based Random Search for Solving Spacecraft Downlink Scheduling Problems In Proceedings of MISTA-03, Nottingham, UK, August 2003.

  • A. Cesta, G. Cortellessa, A. Oddi, and N. Policella. An Interactive Problem Solving Tool for Mission Planning. In Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space, i-SAIRAS '03, Nara, Japan, May 19-23 2003 [PDF]

2002
  • A. Cesta, G. Cortellessa, A. Oddi, and N. Policella. Interaction Services for Mission Planning in Mars Express In Proceedings of the 3rd International NASA Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space, Houston, Texas, October 27-29, 2002.

  • A. Oddi, A. Cesta, N. Policella, and G. Cortellessa. Scheduling Downlink Operations in Mars Express In Proceedings of the 3rd International NASA Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space, Houston, Texas, October 27-29, 2002.

  • A. Cesta, A. Oddi, G. Cortellessa, and N. Policella. Automating the Generation of Spacecraft Downlink Operations in Mars Express: Analysis, Algorithms and an Interactive Solution Aid Technical Report MEXAR-TR-02-10 (Project Final Report), ISTC-CNR [PST], Italian National Research Council, July 2002.

  • A. Cesta, G. Cortellessa, A. Oddi, and N. Policella. MEXAR: An Intelligent Support for Space Mission Planning In Proceedings of the Workshop on AI Planning and Scheduling for Autonomy in Space Applications, Manchester, July 6, 2002.


2001
  • A. Cesta, G. Cortellessa, A. Oddi, N. Policella, F. Severoni, and A. Susi. A Reconfigurable Constraint-Base Architecture as a Support for Automating Mission Planning In Proceedings of the ESA Workshop on On-Board Autonomy, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, October 17-19, 2001.

  • A. Cesta, A. Oddi, G. Cortellessa, N. Policella, and F. Severoni. A Software Tool for End-to-End Support of Users in Solving the Mars-Express Memory Dumping Problem In Proceedings of the PLANET/ECP Workshop on Automated Planning and Scheduling Technologies in New Methods of Electronic, Mobile and Collaborative Work. Toledo, Spain, September 11, 2001.