34th Soar Workshop


 

Length

Presenter

Title

Wednesday
June 18

15

Mazin Assanie

2014 Soar Releases

15

Aaron Mininger

Soar Visual System Release

10

Bob Marinier

JSoar Update

20

Mazin Assanie

Generalized Chunking

15

John Laird

Interactive Task Learning as an AI Research Problem

20

Shiwali Mohan

Learning Hierarchical Tasks from Situated Interactive Instruction

20

James Kirk

Learning Tasks through Situated Interactive Instruction

15

Mike van Lent

Dynamic Tailoring for Teaching Social Skills

15

Mikhail Jacob

Viewpoints AI - Improvisational Dance / Contemporary Movement AI

15

Mikhail Jacob

Computational Representations of Pretend Play

15

Alex Turner

Michigan Liar's Dice

15

Nate Derbinsky

The Boundary Forest Algorithm for Fast Online Learning of High-Dimensional Data

15

Scott Hanford

Autonomous Mission Management for UUVs

20

Aaron Mininger

Using Top-Down Knowledge in Soar to Maintain Object Identity

15

Jesse Frost

Perceptual Hierachical Grouping using Soar

15

Mike van Lent

Soar Tech Overview

Thursday
June 19

15

Jesse Frost

The Street Engine: A Hardware Architecture for Parallel Production Systems

30

Mitchell Bloch

Rete for Relational Reinforcement Learning

20

Justin Li

Tradeoffs Between Procedural and Preemptive Stratgeies for Goal Reactivation

20

Peter Lindes

Soar and Construction Grammar

20

John Laird

A Construction Grammar Parser in Soar

15

Justin Li

Retracing the Rational Analysis of Memory

15

Alex Nickels

Extending Semantic Memory with Math Queries

20

Steven Jones

Activation Current and Future Work

10

Steven Jones

SMem debugging commands

20

Jesse Frost

Realising Soar Long Term Memory in Hardware

25

Group

SMEM Discussion

Friday
June 20

15

Andrew Nuxoll

Efficient Episode Recall and Consolidation

15

Jesse Frost

Episodic Memory Search as a Constraint Satisfaction Problem

15

Bob Marinier

Planned Extensions to Episodic Memory

30

Group

Episodic Memory Discussion

15

Randy Jones

A Modular Soar Agent for a Naval Decision-Making Simulation

15

Van Parunak

SC2RAM: A Deployable Cognitive Model of a Cyber-Attacker

20

Randy Jones

Design Patterns for Balancing Behavior Responsiveness

10

Jacob Crossman

Preliminary look at comparing Soar to other modeling methods in TankSoar

 

Attendees:

 

Name and Institution

Aaron Mininger, University of Michigan

Adam Sypniewski, Soar Technology, Inc.

Alex Nickles, Soar Technology, Inc.

Alex Turner, Soar Group/University of Michigan

Andrew Nuxoll, University of Portland

Arthur Wandzel, University of Michigan

Ben Bachelor, Soar Technology, Inc.

Bob Marinier, Soar Technology, Inc.

Brad Norris, General Dynamics C4 Systems

Braden Phillips, University of Adelaide

Brian Stensrud

Deryle Lonsdale, Brigham Young University

Dylan Schmorrow, Soar Technology

Farhad Mofidi

Hira Khan

Jack Zaientz, Soar Technology, Inc.

Jacob Crossman, Soar Technology, Inc.

James Kirk, University of Michigan

Jay Hiserote, Synopsys Inc.

Jesse Frost, University of Adelaide

John Laird, University of Michigan

John Sauter, Soar Technology, Inc.

John Sustersic, The Pennslyvania State University

Justin Li, University of Michigan

Justin Storms, University of Michigan

Marc Huber

Mark Rothgeb, Penn State Applied Research Lab

Mazin Assanie, University of Michigan

Michael Horta, U.S. Navy

Mike van Lent, Soar Technology, Inc.

Mikhail Jacob, Georgia Institute of Technology

Mitchell Bloch, University of Michigan - Soar Group

Nate Derbinsky, Disney Research, Boston

Patrick DeHaan, Soar Technology, Inc.

Peng Wang

Peter Lindes, Brigham Young University

Randolph Jones, Soar Technology

Roger Cote Corporate, Lexoris Learning

Ryan O'Grady, Soar Technology Inc.

Scott Hanford, Penn State Applied Research Lab

Sharad Sundararajan

Shiwali Mohan, University of Michigan

Shreya Amin

Steven Jone,s University of Michigan CSE

Van Parunak, Soar Technology, Inc.