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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.


Intelligent Workflow for Collection Management

The objective of this project was to develop a revolutionary approach to workflow management within the Intelligence Survaillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) domain. The SWIM system was developed and demonstrated advanced workflow management techniques and intelligent reactive control. Research was conducted in the following areas. Information flow control, reasoning about agent capabilities and delegation, and algorithms necessary for dynamic process creation, adaptation and load balancing.


Battle Assessment and Data Dissemination (BADD)

Provided three-dimensional (3-D) site model data for integration with terrain data from other project participants, and provided our terrain visualization system, TerraVision, as an alternative visualization technology.


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.


Genoa: The Structured Evidential Argumentation System

Under this effort, we developed the concept of structured argumentation applied to intelligence analysis, a corporate memory of structured arguments that accumulates over time constituting an historic record of anlytic thinking, and an asynchronous collaborative environemnt for collective reasoning.

JFACC Continuous Planning

JFACC Continuous Planning and Execution

The main result of this project was the development of the Continuous Planning and Execution Framework (CPEF), which provides plan generation and replanning capabilities for situated agents in highly dynamic environments. Within CPEF, plans are treated as dynamic, open-ended artifacts that evolve in response to an ever-changing environment. In particular, plans must be updated in response to new information and requirements in a timely fashion to ensure their relevance and viability.


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

Terrain Change Detection

Continuous Terrain Modeling with Applications to Change Detection

The purpose of this project is to develop a robust and reliable method of detecting changes in the 3-D shape of terrain given sets of aerial/satellite images taken at different times.

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.


Explaining and Recovering from Computer Break-Ins

A system for forensic analysis of computer break-ins.

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