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cMatrix

Coordinated Multi-Agent Team Reasoning and Incremental eXecution

SRI and team members are working on developing systems that enable people working in teams to quickly and effectively manage change.

CODA

Coordination of Distributed Activities (CODA)

The CODA system provides targeted information dissemination among distributed planners as a way of improving team coordination. In CODA, an individual planner declares interest in different types of plan changes that could impact his local plan development. As a team of distributed users develop plans with a plan authoring tool, their activities are monitored; changes that match declared interests are forwarded automatically to the person who declared interest in them.

Copernicus

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.

Digital Earth

Creating and Visualizing the Digital Earth

Developing a connected suite of technologies with the vision of enabling a massive, scalable, and open model of the planet where millions of users can interact with vast quantities of geographically referenced data over the Web

Cyberhabitats

Cyberhabitats

Cyberhabitats is an SRI IR&D project to develop the next generation of secure, web-enabled collaborative environment that adapts to user work patterns.

Deductive Composition

Deductive Composition of Multiple Data Sources

A framework is being developed for composing answers to queries, using automated deduction and multi-agent information brokering, based on multiple information sources. The technology is being applied to answering geographical queries for ecological modeling, based on NASA EOSDIS satellite imagery, map data, and gazetteer information.

DCOPE

Distributed Continual Planning and Execution for Autonomous Air Vehicles

This goal of this project is to develop a new software capability for the reprogrammable, coordinated command and control of teams of autonomous unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) and unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs).

Dovetail

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.

EcoCyc

EcoCyc: Encyclopedia of Escherichia coli Genes and Metabolism

EcoCyc is a bioinformatics database that describes the genome and the biochemical machinery of E. coli. The long-term goal of the project is to describe the molecular catalog of the E. coli cell, as well as the functions of each of its molecular parts, to facilitate a system-level understanding of E. coli.

ENDSTATE

ENDSTATE

The objectives of the ENDSTATE initiative aim to provide new and innovative tools to aid in understanding and exploiting the vulnerabilities created by increasingly interconnected and interdependent physical network infrastructures. The vision was to bring together different but consistent model structures and analysis technologies so as to provide an insight into the vulnerabilities of the infrastructure. The insight could be used to derive the appropriate course of action, given desired effect

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