The work on RADAR/Space-Time Module is part of the RADAR
project, which is a large research project in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. The purpose of
RADAR is to build an intelligent system that performs
office-management tasks, including allocation of rooms, scheduling of
meetings, processing of e-mail, and maintenance of web pages. It has to
perform these tasks not only in everyday life, but also in crisis
situations, such as last-minute re-planning of a conference due to
unexpected changes in building availability. In particular, RADAR/Space-Time Module helps a human administrator to
allocate rooms and related resources.
This web page is an archive of
related materials, for the internal use by RADAR
researchers. It includes working notes, progress reports, PowerPoint
presentations, and code releases. The materials in this archive are
not well-organized; furthermore, they include a number of outdated,
unfinished, and partially inaccurate documents. If you are not a member of
the RADAR project, you may not find any interesting
materials on this page; however, you may learn about the overall project
on the main RADAR page.
Disclaimer: The description of the functionality, target features,
and development-time estimates is tentative, and it may be partially inaccurate.
The working notes in this archive do not serve as an official description
of RADAR/Space-Time Module, and they do not represent
any commitments of the RADAR researchers.
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