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Brandeis PRIME

Privacy-preserving Information Mediation for Enterprises

The PRIME project seeks to create a flexible platform for research, development, experimentation, demonstration and deployment of techniques that will be important for learning how to build systems that share sensitive information across enterprises while protecting against undesirable uses of that information.


Learning from Experience to Enable Proactive Decision Support

The ELF project seeks to develop an experience-based learning framework that mines information from prior problem-solving activities to enable proactive information gathering in support of current tasks. This framework employs machine learning methods that generalize from past activities to identify preferred sources for specific information needs, to provide mechanisms for retrieving data required to support decision making, and to suggest processes in support of current tasks.


Semantically Enabled Assessment in Virtual Environments (SAVE)

The SAVE framework supports training in virtual environments through automated assessment of learner performance and tools for content authoring.


Probabilistic Reasoning as Symbolic Evaluation

To develop lifted inference algorithms for solving probabilistic models expressed by Turing-complete probabilistic programming languages.


Content-Based Mobile Edge Networking

The CBMEN program seeks to develop the network services and transport architectures to enable efficient, transparent distribution of content in mobile ad hoc network environments.


Copernicus: Automating Emergence Detection

IARPA’s Foresight and Understanding from Scientific Exposition (FUSE) Program seeks to develop automated methods that aid in the systematic, continuous, and comprehensive assessment of technical emergence using publicly available information found in published scientific, technical and patent literature. SRI’s team uses a theory-directed extension of best-of-breed language and network modeling techniques to produce the Copernicus system. SRI’s CSTED leads the theory of emergence task.


Meme Epidemiology

Meme Epidemiology sought to explain the propagation of ideas in online communities using techniques from epidemiology. We adopted a strict interpretation of "meme": an idea subject to linguistic expression and useful as a marker of cultural group membership.


DoVETAIL: Domain Vocabulary Extraction and Transduction, and Auto-Induction of Layout

The ability to quickly produce actionable intelligence from unanticipated, multiple, varied data sets require research advances in two key areas: (1) alignment of data models; and (2) advanced analytic algorithms. Making advances in these two research areas, and fully characterizing the performance of the research results, is the focus of this project, which is part of the IARPA Knowledge Discovery and Dissemination (KDD) Program.


Multi-Threaded Missions and Means Framework

This project explores the utilization of a multiagent modeling and simulation environment where multiple military domains or threads (e.g. Logistics, Transportation, Combat Operations, Intelligence, Engineering) can be described in terms of tasking and capabilities and their mission interactions simulated over some mission scenario time horizon.


Extensible Controlled Language for Advanced Information Retrieval

The ECLAIR project sought to facilitate the collaborative management of knowledge assets by providing an extensible controlled English for the annotation of source material. Using ECLAIR, analysts could describe the contents of source documents in simple sentences, the semantic interpretation of which was used for sophisticated meaning-based retrieval.

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