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INTELLIGENT REASONING SYSTEMS     Marcus J. Huber  Ph.D.
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Papers and Technical reports

Published Papers:
 Integrating Authority, Deontics, and Deontics and Communications within a Joint Intention Framework
Marcus J. Huber, Sanjeev Kumar, Sean A. Lisse, and David McGee,
In Proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems,
Honolulu, HI.

 
Agent Autonomy: Social Integrity and Social Independence,
Marcus J. Huber,
In Proceedings of the Fourth Information Technology: New Generations,
pgs. 282- 288,
Las Vegas, NV,
April, 2007.

 
Authority, Deontics and Joint Intentions,
Marcus J. Huber, Sanjeev Kumar, Sean A. Lisse, and David McGee,
In Proceedings of the Fourth Information Technology: New Generations,
pgs 550-555,
Las Vegas, NV,
April, 2007.

  Sean A. Lisse, Robert E. Wray, Marcus J. Huber,
Beyond the Ad-hoc and the Impractically Formal: Lessons from the Implementation of Formalisms of Intention,
In Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Intentions in Intelligent Agents,
Stanford, CA,
March, 2007.

  A Deontic Implementation of Adjustable Autonomy for Command and Control of Robotic Assets.
Sean A. Lisse, Jonathan T. Beard, Marcus H. Huber, Geoffrey P. Morgan, Elyon A.M. DeKoven.
In Proceedings of the SPIE,
2006.

  Jack D. Zaientz, Elyon DeKoven, Nicholas Piedgon, Scott D. Wood, Marcus J. Huber.
Using GOMS and Bayesian Plan Recognition to Develop Recognition Models of Operator Behavior,
In Proceedings of the SPIE.
2006.

  Toward a Suite of Performatives based upon Joint Intention Theory
Marcus J. Huber, Sanjeev Kumar, David McGee
In Proceedings of the AAMAS 2004 Workshop on Agent Communication (AC2004)
New York, NY
July, 2004

  Recognizing the Plans of Screen Reader Users
Marcus J. Huber, Rich Simpson
In Proceedings of the AAMAS 2004 Workshop on Modeling Other Agents from Observation (MOO 2004)
New York, NY
July, 2004

  Effective Computer Access Using an Intelligent Screen Reader
Lin Ma, Rich Simpson, Marcus J. Huber, Liela Garcia
In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference on Rehabilitation Engineering (RESNA)
Atlanta, GA
June, 2003

  Plan Recognition to Aid the Visually Impaired
Marcus J. Huber, Rich Simpson
In Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on User Modeling
Pages 138-142
Johnstown, PA
May, 2003

  CIANC3: An Agent-Based Intelligent Interface for Future Combat Systems Command and Control
Scott Wood, Jack Zaientz, Jonathan Beard, Richard Frederiksen, Marcus Huber
In Proceedings of the 2003 Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS)
Scottsdale, AZ
May, 2003

  Representing and Executing Protocols as Joint Actions
Sanjeev Kumar, Marcus J. Huber, Philip R. Cohen
In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agent and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS) 2002
Pages 543-550
Bologna, Italy
June, 2002

  Toward a Formalism for Conversational Protocols Using Joint Intention Theory
Sanjeev Kumar, Marcus J. Huber, Philip R. Cohen, and David R. McGee
Journal of Computational Intelligence (Special Issue on Agent Communication Language)
Brahim Chaib-draa and Frank Dignum (Guest Editors)
Vol. 18, No. 2
Pages 174-228
2002.

  A Formal Semantics for Proxy Communicative Acts
Marcus J. Huber, Sanjeev Kumar, Philip R. Cohen, and David R. McGee
In Proceedings of Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL) 2001
Pages 221-234
Seattle, WA
August, 2001

  Semantics of Agent Communication Languages for Group Interaction
Sanjeev Kumar, Marcus J. Huber, David R. McGee, Philip R. Cohen, and Hector J. Levesque
In Proceedings of the Seventeenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
Austin, TX
July, 2000
AAAI Press
pgs 42-47.

  JAM: A BDI-theoretic Mobile Agent Architecture
Marcus J. Huber
In AgentLink News
Issue 5
May, 2000
pgs 2-5.

  On the Evaluation of Agent Architectures,
Henry Hexmoor, Marcus J. Huber, Jorg P. Muller, John Pollack, and Donald Steiner
Intelligent Agents VI: Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages
Orlando, FL
July, 1999
Springer Verlag
pgs 106-116.

  JAM: A BDI-theoretic Mobile Agent Architecture
Marcus J. Huber
Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Autonomous Agents (Agents'99)
Seattle, WA
May, 1999
pgs 236-243.

   Considerations for Flexible Autonomy Within BDI Intelligent Agent Architectures
Marcus J. Huber
Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Agents with Adjustable Autonomy
Stanford, CA
March, 1999
pgs 65-72.

   Coordination as Distributed Search
Edmund H. Durfee, Daniel Damouth, Piotr J. Gmytrasiewicz, Marcus J. Huber, Thomas A. Montgomery, and Sandip Sen
Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology
G.M. Olson, T.W. Malone & J.B. Smith, Editors
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ
1998.

  Integrating High-Speed Obstacle Avoidance, Global Path Planning and Vision Sensing on a Mobile Robot
David Kortenkamp, Marcus Huber, Charles Cohen, Ulrich Raschke, Frank Koss, and Clare Congdon
Chapter 2 (53-71) in Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Robots
David Kortenkamp, R. Peter Bonasso, Robin Murphy, Editors
AAAI Press
1998.

   Reducing the Burden With Multi-Modal Interaction and Interaction Planning
B. G. Coury, J. Sadowsky, P. R. Schuster, M. Kurnow, M. J. Huber, and E. H. Durfee
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 41st Annual Meeting
Albuquerque, NM
September, 1997
pgs -.

  Multiple Roles, Multiple Teams, Dynamic Environment: Autonomous Netrek Agents
Marcus J. Huber and Tedd Hadley
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents (Agents'97)
Marina del Rey, CA
February, 1997
pgs 332-339.

  TAIPE: Tactical Assistants for Interaction Planning and Execution
Edmund H. Durfee, Marcus J. Huber, Michael Kurnow, and Jaeho Lee
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents (Agents'97)
Marina del Rey, CA
February, 1997
pgs 443-450.

  An Initial Assessment of Plan-Recognition-Based Coordination for Multi-Agent Teams
Marcus J. Huber and Edmund H. Durfee
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS'96)
Kyoto, Japan
December, 1996
pgs 126-133.

   Deciding When to Commit To Action During Observation-based Coordination
Marcus J. Huber and Edmund H. Durfee
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS'95)
San Francisco, California
June, 1995
pgs 163-170.

   On Acting Together: Without Communication
Marcus J. Huber and Edmund H. Durfee
Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Representing Mental States and Mechanisms
Stanford, California
March, 1995
pgs 60-71.

  The Automated Mapping of Plans for Plan Recognition
Marcus J. Huber, Edmund H. Durfee, and Michael P. Wellman
Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI)
Seattle, Washington
July, 1994
pgs 344-351.

  The Automated Mapping of Plans for Plan Recognition
Marcus J. Huber, Edmund H. Durfee, and Michael P. Wellman
Proceedings of the 1994 Distributed AI Workshop (DAI Workshop'94)
Lake Quinalt, Washington
July, 1994
pgs 137-152
NOTE: Contains experiments not found in the UAI publication of the same name.

  The Problem With Multiple Robots
Marcus J. Huber and Patrick G. Kenny
Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Robotics in Field, Factory, Service, and Space (CIRFFSS'94)
Houston, Texas
March, 1994
pgs 620-629.

  UM-PRS: An Implementation of the Procedural Reasoning System for Multirobot Applications
Jaeho Lee, Marcus J. Huber, Patrick G. Kenny, and Edmund H. Durfee
Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Robotics in Field, Factory, Service, and Space (CIRFFSS'94)
Houston, Texas
March, 1994
pgs 842-849.

  Mobile robot exploration and navigation of indoor spaces using sonar and vision
David Kortenkamp, Marcus Huber, Frank Koss, William Belding, Jaeho Lee, Annie Wu, Clint Bidlack and Seth Rogers
Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Robotics in Field, Factory, Service, and Space (CIRFFSS'94)
Houston, Texas
March, 1994
pgs 509-519.

  Observational Uncertainty in Plan Recognition Among Interacting Robots
Marcus J. Huber and Edmund H. Durfee
International Joint Conference on AI (IJCAI'93) Workshop of Dynamically Interacting Robots
Chambery, France
August, 1993
pgs 68-75.

  Integrated Mobile Robot Design: Winning the AAAI '92 Robot Competition
David Kortenkamp and Marcus Huber and Charles Cohen and Ulrich Raschke and Clint Bidlack and Clare Bates Congdon and Frank Koss and Terry Weymouth
IEEE Expert
Vol. 8, No. 4
August, 1993
pgs 61-73.

   CARMEL vs. Flakey: A Comparison of Two Winners
Clare Congdon and Marcus Huber and David Kortenkamp and Kurt Konolige and Karen Myers and Alessandro Saffiotti and Enrique Ruspini
AI Magazine
Springer Verlag
Vol 14, No. 1
Spring, 1993
pgs 49-57.

  Winning the 1992 AAAI robot competition
Clare Congdon and Marcus J. Huber and David Kortekamp and Clint Bidlack and Charles Cohen and Scott Huffman and Frank Koss and Ulrich Raschke and Terry Weymouth and Kurt Konolige and Karen Myers and Alessandro Saffiotti and Enrique Ruspini and Daniela Musto
American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Tech Report RC-92-01
1992.

   Plan Recognition for Real-World Autonomous Agents: Work in Progress
Marcus J. Huber and Edmund H. Durfee
American Association for Artificial Intelligence
Working Notes of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Applications of Artificial Intelligence to Real-World Autonomous Mobile Robots
Boston, Massachusetts
October, 1992
pgs 68-75.

  Computer vision for CARMEL
Marcus Huber and Clint Bidlack and David Kortenkamp and Kevin Mangis and Doug Baker and Annie Wu and Terry Weymouth
Proceedings of SPIE
Boston, Massachusetts
November, 1992.

   Integrating obstacle avoidance, global path planning, visual cue detection and landmark triangulation in a mobile robot
David Kortenkamp and Marcus Huber and Clare Bates Congdon and Scott Huffman and Clint Bidlack and Charles Cohen and Frank Koss and Ulrich Raschke and Terry Weymouth
Proceedings of SPIE
Boston, Massachusetts
November, 1992.

 

Technical Reports
  TR-IRS-98-01:
ORINCON's Agent Workbench: A Graphical Framework for Building BDI-Based Intelligent Software Agents
Marcus J. Huber, Jaeho Lee, Cherilyn Michaels, Cheryl Zenor, Vivek Samant
Spring, 1998.
 
   TR-IRS-01-01:
Agent Autonomy: Social Integrity and Social Independence
Marcus J. Huber
March, 2001.


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