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Open Source Three-Dimensional Image Understanding System

FREEDIUS is a portable, open-source image understanding workbench. It is the successor to the 3DIUS/CME system.



A user-centric, integrated planning and scheduling system that assists the user in exploring the rich space of plans and associated resource assignment options in complex, real-world domains. Each component of the system (user, planner, and scheduler) reacts to the actions of the other, resolving conflicts, and iteratively refining the solution until acceptable.


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.


Multidimensional Applications and Gigabit Internet Consortium (MAGIC) II

MAGIC II consisted of a consortium of industry and academic institutions building a very general paradigm in which high-performance computing, storage, and communications are used to provide rapid access to massive amounts of data over the Internet


Multidimensional Applications and Gigabit Internet Consortium (MAGIC)

MAGIC established a standards-based, gigabit internetworking testbed to support research and development for next generation networking technologies, and developed a defense-related application that required massive amounts of remotely stored and processed data in real time.


Multiagent Planning Architecture

MPA is an open planning architecture that facilitates incorporation of new plan-related technologies, capitalizing on the benefits of distributed computing for efficiency and robustness. MPA provides protocols to support the sharing of knowledge and capabilities among agents involved in cooperative problem solving. MPA has been demonstrated in the air campaign planning domain, and was used as the infrastructure for the flagship demonstration of the DARPA Planning Initiative.


Mixed-Initiative Planning and Scheduling for Science Missions

We are developing mixed-initiative planning and scheduling technology that will enable NASA scientists to construct high quality mission plans that achieve as many of their science goals as possible, while satisfying all operations constraints. Our research will explore fundamental issues in how to reason about decisions and preferences from multiple sources, how to specify and utilize user preferences, and how to automate trade-off analysis. (With Ari Jonsson and John Bresina from NASA Ames)


MetaCyc: Metabolic Pathway Database

MetaCyc is a database of nonredundant, experimentally elucidated metabolic pathways. MetaCyc contains more than 1800 pathways from more than 2200 different organisms (circa 2012). The MetaCyc data were curated from more than 33,000 scientific publications. MetaCyc describes metabolic pathways, reactions, enzymes, and metabolites.

Leaving Flatland

Leaving Flatland: Fast Autonomous Navigation For UGVs in Challenging Terrain

We envision a new research program on autonomous modeling and navigation, with the goal of enabling small unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) to move alongside their human counterparts through virtually any environment. Such UGVs will operate indoor and outdoor, with no distinction, and at a speed compatible with human motion. This is a joint project with Stanford University and Boston Dynamics.


Learning Applied to Ground Robots

LAGR is a DARPA project to develop autonomous offroad navigation, using techniques based on realtime vision and learning.

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