Timothy J. Rogers

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IMPACT (Interactive Maryland Platform for Agents Collaborating Together) provides a platform and environment for agent and software interoperability being developed as a joint, multinational effort with participants from the University of Maryland, the Technische Universität Wien, Bar-Ilan University, the University of Koblenz, and the Universita di Torino.(More)
In [17], two of the authors have introduced techniques to build agents on top of arbitrary data structures, and to “agentize” new/existing programs. They provided a series of successively more sophisticated semantics for such agent systems, and showed that as these semantics become epistemically more desirable, a computational price may need to be paid. In(More)
We have prototyped a multimedia tool to visualize the readiness of US Army War Reserve equipment. In contrast to previous efforts, our system allows the readiness to be visualized across several dimensions and to mediate existing heterogeneous data sources. Our front end Java applet enables multimedia and multidimensional visualization and allows a small(More)
Artists and technicians at seven universities collaborated on an interactive multimedia dramatic work, that included acting, performance art, virtual reality, animation, motioncapture dancing, and electroacoustic music performance, streamed between six venues over Internet2. The music for this distributed performance included two structured improvisations(More)
Subrahmanian 14] uses annotated logic 2] to integrate a set of deductive databases in an unique amalgamated database called amalgam. The amalgam, in addition to the disjoint union of the databases, contains a supervisory database. The supervisory database is a set of clauses (called amalgamated clauses) which resolve connicts due to inconsistent facts and(More)
PWR Fuel Assembly Optimization Using Adaptive Simulated Annealing Coupled with TransLAT. (August 2008) Timothy James Rogers, B.S., Texas A&M University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. Jean C. Ragusa Optimization methods have been developed and refined throughout many scientific fields of study. This work utilizes one such developed technique of(More)
This paper presents a theoretical framework for solving problems involving constraints on multiple paths. Examples of constraints considered in the paper include requirements that vehicles on separate paths (1) maintain line-of-sight (2) maintain ability to communicate between the vehicles or (3) maintain a minimum and/or maximum separation at all times.(More)
The trend of traditional games is the gameplay even through the speed, frequency and other health conventional parameters. So it keeps players interested in the game. Another way is through machine learning techniques by adapting of the user.This paper proposes the use of an architecture based classifier MP5 and leveling techniques based on the top culling(More)
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