Matthew Henry

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Human activities are defined and influenced by interdependent engineered and socioeconomic systems. In particular, the global economy is increasingly dependent on an interconnected web of infrastructures that permit hitherto unfathomable rates of information exchange, commodity flow and personal mobility. The interconnectedness and interdependencies(More)
The risk of cyber attacks on process control networks (PCN) is receiving significant attention due to the potentially catastrophic extent to which PCN failures can damage the infrastructures and commodity flows that they support. Risk management addresses the coupled problems of (1) reducing the likelihood that cyber attacks would succeed in disrupting PCN(More)
This work was supported under grant number 2003-TK -TX-0003 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate. Points of view in this document are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security or the Science and Technology. The I3P is managed by(More)
Developing and testing intelligent agents is a complex task that is both time-consuming and costly. This creates the potential that problems in the agent’s behavior will be realized only after the agent has been put to use. In this paper we explore two implementations of a generic agent selfassessment framework applied to the Soar agent architecture. Our(More)
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