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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.

SAVE

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.

MIPS

Tactical Mission Planning

SRI, in collaboration with NASA Ames, is developing mixed-initiative planning technology to support scientists in constructing tactical mission plans for future planetary exploration missions.

trac

Taskable Reactive Agent Communities (TRAC)

The TRAC project developed mixed-initiative technology that enables flexible tasking and direction of agents by a user. Within TRAC, a user assigns tasks to agents along with guidance that imposes boundaries on agent behavior. During execution, the user manages agent activities in accord with a level of involvement that suits his individual needs. In essence, our work can be viewed as providing a form of process management technology that enables ready human control of agent communities.

Task Assistant

Task Assistant

Task Assistant is a flexible, web-based workflow application that enables an organization to move its operating procedures from manuals and human memories into living collaborative artifacts. Task Assistant is fully collaborative, allowing multiple users to simultaneous edit, build, or execute workflows.

TIDE

Task-based Information Distribution Environment

TIDE is a collection of information management tools that automatically disseminate and organize documents based on relevance to models of collaborators' tasks. TIDE uses a novel probabilistic reasoning approach to derive information needs from tasks, present to the user a set of documents that broadly cover his current information needs, and adapt its task model based on user relevance feedback.

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