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2004 Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems (PerMIS'04) Workshop

Purpose:

In the fifth workshop in a series targeted at defining measures and methodologies of evaluating performance of intelligent systems, we will examine more closely applications of performance measures to practical problems in commercial, industrial, and military applications.

Papers and invited sessions are being sought. Topic areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Generic measures of performance  
  • Measuring the level of autonomy of a system
  • Evaluating Components within Intelligent Systems
    • Sensing and Perception
    • Knowledge Representation, World Models
    • Ontologies
    • Planning and Control
    • Learning and Adapting
    • Communications with Humans (and Other Systems)
    • Collaboration with Other Systems (and Humans) 
  • Testbeds and Competitions for Inter-comparisons
  • Tools for Facilitating Performance Measures
  • Simulation and Modeling support
  • Evaluating Architectures for Intelligence
  • Technology readiness measures for intelligent systems
  • Applied performance measures
    • Intelligent transportation systems
    • Emergency response robots (de-mining, search and rescue)
    • Defense robotics
    • Command and Control
    • Hazardous environments (e.g., nuclear remediation)
    • Industrial and manufacturing systems
    • Space robotics

 

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Details:

Start Date: Tuesday, August 24, 2004
End Date: Thursday, August 26, 2004
Format: Workshop

Sponsor(s):

NIST, DARPA, IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society in Cooperations with IEEE Computational Intelligence Society


Call for Papers (pdf)

Plenary Addresses

Final Proceedings (pdf)

Technical Contact:

Elena Messina, NIST

Alex Meystel, Drexel University

PerMIS Advisory Board
G. Adorni, University of Parma, Italy
J. Albus, NIST, USA
P. Antsaklis, University of Notre Dame, USA
M. Asada, Osaka University, Japan
G. A. Bekey, University of Southern California, USA
K. Bellman, Aerospace Integration Science Corp., USA
J. G. Blitch, SAIC, USA
P. Borne, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
H.-H. Bothe, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
B. Chandrasekaran, Ohio State University, USA
J. Cherniavsky, NSF, USA
M. Cotsaftis, LTME/ECE, France
R. Cottam, ETRO VUB, Belgium
F. Darema, NSF, USA
P. Dario, Scuola Superiore, Italy
P. Davis, RAND Graduate School., USA
J. Fetzer, University of Minnesota, USA
D. Filev, Ford, USA
R. Finkelstein, Robotic Technology, Inc., USA
D. Fogel, Natural Selection, Inc., USA
N. Foo, University of New South Wales, Australia
W. Freeman, University of California at Berkeley, USA
E. Fromm, Drexel University, USA
T. Fukuda, University of Nagoya, Japan
D. Gage, DARPA, USA
R. Garner, Loebner Prize Winner for 1998 and 1999, USA
G. Gerhart, US Army TACOM, USA
E. Grant, CRIM, North Carolina State University, USA
S. Grossberg, Boston University, USA
R. Gudwin, State Univerity of Campinas, Brazil
W. Hamel, University of Tennessee, USA
W. Hargrove, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
M. Herman, NIST, USA
E. Horvitz, Microsoft Research, USA
M. Jabri, University of Sydney, Australia
D. Jaron, Drexel University, USA
A. Jones, NIST, USA
R. Jordan, Lockheed Martin, USA
C. Joslyn, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
S. Kak, Louisiana State University, USA
O. Kaynak, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
H. Kitano, Sony Computer Science Labs, Japan
K. Kreutz-Delgado, University of California at San Diego
F. Kurfess, California Polytechnic State University
J. E. Laird, University of Michigan, USA
C. Landauer, Aerospace Integration Science Corp., USA
S. Lee, Samsung Advanced Inst. of Technology, Korea
C. S. George Lee, Purdue University, USA
P. B. Luh, University of Connecticut, USA
B. Mirkin, Birkbeck College, GB
U. Ozguner, Ohio State University, USA
T. Parisini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
K. Passino, Ohio State University, USA
L. Perlovsky, AFRL/SNHE, USA
L. Pouchard, Oak Ridge National Lab, USA
J. Pustejovsky, Brandeis University, USA
D. Repperger, AFRL/HECP, USA
E. H. Ruspini, SRI International, USA
T. Samad, Honeywell, USA
A. Sanderson, RPI, USA
R. Sanz, University of Madrid, Spain
G. Saridis, RPI, USA
A. Schultz, Naval Research Laboratory, USA
T. Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan
R. Simmons, Carnegie Mellon, USA
M. Swinson, Sandia National Lab, USA
H. Szu, ONR Navy, USA
M. Tilden, Los Alamos National Lab., USA
S. Tzafestas, National Techical University of Athens, Greece
L. Tsoukalas, Purdue Universtity, USA
I. B. Turksen, University of Toronto, Canada
C. Weisbin, NASA, USA
T. Whalen, Georgia State University, USA
A. Wild, Motorola, USA
V. Winter, University of Omaha, USA
R. Yager, Iona College, USA
A. Yavnai, RAFAEL, Israel
Y. Ye, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA
B. Zeigler, University of Arizona, USA
L. Zadeh, University of California at Berkeley, USA