James C. Boerkoel Jr.
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My research focuses on building foundational technologies for computational agents that can assist people in successfully managing their schedules, as well as coordinate their schedules with those of other agents. In particular, I am working on developing algorithms for efficiently solving constraint-based representations of scheduling problems both in single-agent (centralized) and multiagent (distributed) frameworks. More generally, I am interested in applying artificial intelligence to solve problems that are particular to marginalized sectors of the world population. Links: Assistive Technology, Constraint-Based Reasoning, Multiagent Systems,


flag Algorithms for Solving the Multiagent Simple Temporal Problem
as author at  20th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), Toronto 2010,