Develop formal and informal methods of characterizing performance of flight and ground autonomous scheduling software.
The goal of this effort is to develop methods to better characterize the performance: termination, runtime, memory usage, soundness, completeness, of flight and ground scheduling methods.More »
Enable better characterization of autonomous scheduling techniques.
Increased efficiency of a wide range of logistical elements in space exploration and science including but not limited to: space missions, ground communciations stations, logistics, engineering operations, science operations.
Increased performance of wide range of space related systems.
Applies to a wide range of problems for USAF, DoD, NOAA, and others.More »
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)||Lead Organization||NASA Center||Pasadena, CA|