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2017
V. Shivashankar, Alford, R., and Aha, D. W., Incorporating Domain-Independent Planning Heuristics in Hierarchical Planning, AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. AAAI Press, San Francisco, CA, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (1.42 MB)
P. N. Johnson-Laird and Khemlani, S. S., Mental models and causation. London: Oxford University Press, 2017, pp. 169-187.PDF icon Download PDF (321.17 KB)
S. Thanh To, Johnson, B., Roberts, M., and Aha, D. W., A new approach to temporal planning with rich metric temporal properties, 2017 International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling. Pittsburg, PA, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (279.54 KB)
L. M. Hiatt, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, A Priming Model of Category-based Feature Inference . pp. 513–518, 2017.PDF icon 17-1231-1201 Hiatt Publication.pdf (358.09 KB)
S. S. Khemlani, Hinterecker, T., and Johnson-Laird, P. N., The provenance of modal inference, 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. London, UK, 2017.PDF icon CogSci2017-Modal.pdf (483.72 KB)
A. Coman, Johnson, B., Briggs, G., and Aha, D. W., Social attitudes of AI rebellion: A framework, Workshop on AI, Ethics, & Society of the 2017 AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. San Francisco, CA, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (839.02 KB)
P. F. Bello and Bridewell, W., There Is No Agency Without Attention , AI Magazine , pp. 27-33, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (96.36 KB)
W. Hancock, Floyd, M. W., Molineaux, M., and Aha, D. W., Towards deception detection in a language-driven game, 2017 Florida AI Research Society (FLAIRS) Conference. Marco Island, FL, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (539.42 KB)
M. W. Floyd, Turner, J. T., and Aha, D. W., Using Deep Learning to Automate Feature Modeling in Learning by Observation, 2017 Florida AI Research Society (FLAIRS) Conference. Marco Island, FL, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (514.5 KB)
M. W. Floyd, Turner, J. T., and Aha, D. W., Using Deep Learning to Automate Feature Modeling in Learning by Observation: A Preliminary Study, 2017 AAAI Spring Symposium on Learning on Observing Humans. Stanford, CA, 2017.PDF icon Download PDF (492.34 KB)
A. M. C. Isaac and Bridewell, W., White lies on silver tongues: why robots need to deceive (and how), in Robot Ethics 2.0: New Challenges in Philosophy, Law, and Society, New York, NY: Oxford University Press , 2017, pp. 157-172.PDF icon Download PDF (471.25 KB)
2018
D. Rakita, Mutlu, B., Gleicher, M., and Hiatt, L. M., Shared Dynamic Curves: A Shared-Control Telemanipulation Method for Motor Task Training, Proceedings of the 2018 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. pp. 23-31, 2018.PDF icon 18-HRI-SDC_preprint.pdf (3.88 MB)

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