G. L. Taylor

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  • Glenn Taylor, Randolph M Jones, Michael Goldstein, Richard Frederiksen, Robert E Wray
  • 2002
In order for agent-based technologies to play an effective role in simulation and trainingsynthetic force applications, they must carry outgenerate realistic and believable behaviors that are virtually indistinguishable from what a human actor might do under the same circumstances. However, systems that are capable of such complex behavior necessarily(More)
  • Glenn Taylor, Mike Quist, Schema Properties, Bartlett ; D 'andrade, Schank, Minsky
  • 2007
Human Behavior Models tend to " mirror " their American developers, not taking into account (among other things) the particular background/motivations of the person or groups we're modeling One big behavioral motivator in humans is culture • surface features (dress, architecture, language) • cognitive features (norms, values) • interactional features(More)
As intelligent synthetic forces (ISFs) become more complex, the ability to develop and employ them becomes more costly, in part because their behavior is inscrutable to non-developer users. This paper summarizes research aimed at reducing the cost of developing ISFs by addressing the lack of transparency of ISF behavior. Our goal is to produce systems that(More)
  • Robert E Wray, James C Beisaw, Randolph M Jones, Frank V Koss, Paul E Nielsen, Glenn Taylor
  • 2002
The variety of communications employed by CGFs requires a flexible communications infrastructure that can be readily modified for new applications, new communication devices, and even user preferences. Understanding the variety of CGF communications has led us to redesign the communications infrastructure of TacAir-Soar, a real-time aircraft CGF. The design(More)
A program is described which was designed primarily to automatically place 5000 gate circuits comprising irregular drop-in components onto the UK5000 type gate array. The architecture of this array is unique, having latch cells together with basic logic cells already predefined on the uncommitted die and so is not a uniform structure. The program uses(More)
BACKGROUND 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) poses serious health-risks to humans. The aims of this three-stage multidisciplinary project were, for the first time, to assess the risks to the general public from fraudulent sale of or adulteration/contamination with DNP; and to investigate motives, reasons and risk-management among DNP-user bodybuilders and avid(More)
A 15 year old boy with SMA type II underwent spinal fusion and suffered a mitochondrial Reye-like catabolic crisis 4 days postop with hypoketotic hypoglycemia, lactic acidaemia, hyperammonemia and liver failure, with 90% coagulative necrosis and diffuse macro- and microvesicular steatosis, requiring orthotopic liver transplantation. This crisis responded in(More)
  • Dwight Berry, Geoff Morgan, Andrew Reifers, Bill Stevenson, Glenn Taylor, John Daughtry +6 others
  • 2005
Different representations can reveal different aspects of models. The inverse is also true: namely, that different representations hide different aspects of models. It is, therefore, important for multiple representations of a model to be used during development in order to better understand it. We are developing a categorical data display (CaDaDis) for(More)