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pnat

PNAT

Overview is coming soon.

PRIME

PRIME: A Predictive Model Development Environment

The goal was to develop PRIME, an effects-based modelling tool, as a web application. PRIME supports rapid, collaborative development of forecasts of the effects of a planned set of DIME (diplomatic, informational, military, or economic) actions.

PRAiSE

Probabilistic Reasoning as Symbolic Evaluation

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

RADAR

RADAR

RADAR helps relieve email overload by identifying and helping to carry out tasks implied by received messages.

Shakey III

Research and Applications – Artificial Intelligence

A continuation of the AI research based around Shakey.

Shakey IV

Research and Applications – Artificial Intelligence

The fourth project centered around Shakey as a platform for investigating AI problems.

QA4

Research in Advanced Formal Theorem-Proving Techniques

AIC Historical Archive

Shakey II

Research on Intelligent Automata

A continuation of the original Shakey robot project, investigating AI problems involved in developing a robot.

KB and Ontology Development

Reusable Tools for Knowledge Base and Ontology Development

The Goal of this project is to develop knowledge base tools that can be used with multiple knowledge representation systems.

Commbots

Self-organizing mobile ad hoc networks

We address the problem of controlling large numbers of small mobile robots that form a multi-hop ad hoc communication network. We employ learning, optimization, and distributed coordination techniques to enable the robots to self-organize in order to maximize network performance.

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