Eric S. Yager

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This chapter reports progress in extending the Soar architecture to tasks that involve interaction with external environments. The tasks are performed using a Puma arm and a camera in a system called Robo-Soar. The tasks require the integration of a variety of capabilities including problem solving with incomplete knowledge, reactivity, planning, guidance(More)
Many satellite anomalies manifest themselves slowly over time and go undetected until they reach critical and possibly unrecoverable status. Because modern satellite systems are relatively reliable, the ground controller must perform the almost impossible task of attending carefully over long periods of time to telemetry readouts which almost always(More)
The control and navigation of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) by humans requires a thorough understanding of the limitations in human perception and performance. Images of the external world recorded by cameras mounted on the UGV are presented as a video display to the operator, who then remotely manipulates the vehicle using a standard control. Operator(More)
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