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1. Toward a Generic Model for Autonomy Levels for Unmanned Systems (ALFUS)
Published: 8/18/2003
Authors: Hui-Min Huang, Elena R Messina, James S. Albus
Abstract: Unmanned systems (UMSs) have been deployed to military and civilian operations. UMSs vary widely in their capabilities andcivilian operations. UMSs vary widely in their capabilities and purposes. It would be beneficial to have a set of widely recogni ...

2. Autonomy Level Specification for Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles: Interim Progress Report
Published: 8/18/2003
Authors: Hui-Min Huang, James S. Albus, Elena R Messina
Abstract: As unmanned systems become widely employed in various applications, it is critical to have a set of standard definitions and metrics for pecifying and evaluating the systems in terms of their levels of autonomy. Developing autonomy levels for unmanne ...

3. Robotic Architecture Standards Framework in the Defense Domain with Illustrations Using the NIST 4D/RCS Reference Architecture
Published: 10/31/2003
Authors: Hui-Min Huang, James S. Albus, J Kotora, R Lui
Abstract: The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) requires common architectures that enable the collection, processing, analysis, seamless integration, dissemination, and reuse of information and technology in order to achieve its objectives of interoperability. ...

4. 4D/RCS Version 2.0: A Reference Model Architecture for Unmanned Vehicle Systems
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6910
Published: 8/22/2002
Authors: James S. Albus, Hui-Min Huang, Elena R Messina, Karl Murphy, Maris Juberts, Alberto Lacaze, Stephen B. Balakirsky, Michael O Shneier, Tsai Hong Hong, Harry A. Scott, Frederick M Proctor, William P Shackleford, John L Michaloski, Albert J. Wavering, Thomas Rollin Kramer, Nicholas G Dagalakis, William G Rippey, Keith A Stouffer, Steven Legowik
Abstract: The 4D/RCS architecture provides a reference model for military unmanned vehicles on how their software components should be identified, organized, and interacting such that missions, especially those involving unknown or hostile environments, can be ...

5. A Certainty Grid to Object Boundary Algorithm
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 5447
Published: 6/1/1994
Authors: John A Horst, Hui-Min Huang, T M Tsai

6. A Feature-Based Inspection and Machining System
Published: 8/1/2001
Authors: Thomas Rollin Kramer, Hui-Min Huang, Elena R Messina, Frederick M Proctor, Harry A. Scott
Abstract: This paper describes an architecture for a system for machining and inspectingmechanical piece parts and an implementation of it called the Feature-BasedInspection and Control System (FBICS). In FBICS, the controller of a machiningcenter or coordinat ...

7. A Framework For Autonomy Levels For Unmanned Systems (ALFUS)
Published: 6/30/2005
Authors: Hui-Min Huang, K Pavek, B Novak, James S. Albus, Elena R Messina
Abstract: We describe the construct of the framework for the Autonomy Levels of Unmanned Systems (ALFUS), including the ongoing development effort undertaken by the Ad Hoc working group. We describe the elements of the ALFUS framework and the process that we ...

8. A Framework for Autonomy Levels for Unmanned Systems (ALFUS)
Published: 6/26/2006
Authors: Hui-Min Huang, K Pavek, B Novak, James S. Albus, Elena R Messina

9. A Knowledge-Based Inspection Workstation
Published: 11/3/1999
Authors: Elena R Messina, John A Horst, Thomas Rollin Kramer, Hui-Min Huang, Tsung-Ming Tsai, E Amatucci
Abstract: We are building an inspection workstation development environment to use as a testbed for understanding what types of knowledge, e.g., data, algorithms, and processes, can increase the productivity of inspection operations. Inspection can be more ...

10. A Motion Control Algorithm for a Continuous Mining Machine Based on a Hierarchical Real-Time Control System Design Methodology
Published: 1/1/1992
Authors: Hui-Min Huang, John A Horst, Richard Quintero
Abstract: The drive toward increased safety for coal miners has led to the development of computerassisted methods of underground coal mining. The development of control architectures for the control of the movement of continuous mining machines (tramming co ...

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