Rob L. Morris

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The automotive engine idle-speed regulation problem is one which lends itself to the application of a variety of control theory techniques. The process is distributed and nonlinear with a combination of continuous and discrete elements. There are known and unknown disturbances with both periodic and random process noise. The process is time varying over(More)
Future interfaces that intend to support a Commander's decision-making process must be able to recommend prioritized actions such that the decision maker can dynamically focus attention in response to changing environments with uncertain information. A technique using the Choquet integral will be investigated that will monitor the environment by sampling(More)
A technique using the Choquet integral will be investigated that will monitor the environment by sampling current utility values of criteria and aggregate this information to provide a means to determine the most suitable surface naval asset to be re-deployed in order to accomplish an unscheduled mission. This paper will present promising initial findings(More)
Proficient attention allocation is a vital component of effective mission performance in complex mission scenarios. This study intends to develop an attention allocation tool for a complex supervisory control mission scenario with teams of heterogeneous robots. A task manager display with a simple first-come-first-serve (FCFS) attention allocation strategy(More)
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