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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.

DTT Task Management

Task Management for Dynamic Tactical Targeting

Provide task refinement, management and reasoning capabilities to support the Dynamic Sensor Management system being developed by Alphatech


TEAMBOTICA: A Robotic framework for integrated teaming, tasking, networking and control

Teambotica is a research initiative to develop the computational framework necessary for intelligent, autonomous teams of robots to operate in hostile environments.


Teambots: Video games and simulations that model teams

Our project is to build artificial team player for computer games. Our goal is to design and build virtual player that understand the notion of team objectives, the notion of roles (defender, supporter, attacker) and also understand the implications of their actions on the goal.


The Autonomous Negotiating Teams Project

The Incremental Negotiation and Coalition Formation for Resource-bounded Reasoners project will develop new incremental negotiation and coalition formation strategies over abstraction spaces, emphasizing focused and time-sensitive interactions between ANT members in which planning and execution activities are interleaved. Negotiation and coalition strategies will be structured around the stages through which group plans evolve, as represented within the SharedPlans (SP) theory of collaboration.


The JFACC Planner/Scheduler

The main accomplishment on the project was the development of an integrated planning and scheduling capability that supports generation of tightly linked air operations plans and schedules, as well as their adaptation in response to changing tasks and resource availability. This effort built on existing planning (CPEF, from SRI) and scheduling (ACS, from CMU) technologies that provide core generation and repair techniques. (Joint work with Dr. Stephen F. Smith)


The Link Analysis Workbench

The goal of this project is to develop the Link Analysis Workbench (LAW), a Web-accessible tool where analysts and machines collaboratively perform link analysis by defining hierarchical and temporal patterns, that include uncertain and qualitative elements, and by defining search strategies for pattern application, through a graphical user interface that supports direct graphical browsing and editing of patterns, search strategies, and summaries and details of resulting matches.


TransPAL: Transitioning PAL Technologies

The TransPAL project is transitioning a number of technologies developed on the DARPA PAL program for use by various members of the Armed Services.


UAV Airspace Management System

The ISX/SRI/BRG team will develop a UAV Airspace Management System (UAMS) that operates at a Battalion echelon level to deconflict multiple small UAV path plans in real time using limited sensors, communications, and processing resources. UAMS will employ a hybrid centralized/distributed architecture supporting dynamic coordination mode selection for each (group) of UAVs. This work is sponsored by the Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD).


Usable Autonomous System Development Tools

Apex is a NASA Open Source Software toolkit designed to reduce the time, cost and risk of developing reliable autonomous software agents. It has been used for applications ranging from control of autonomous aircraft to simulation of human machine operators.

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