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Advanced Agent - Robotics Technology Lab
Head: Katia Sycara
Contact: Lori R. Price
Mailing address:
Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

NSH 1602 & 1604
Associated center(s) / consortia:
 Center for Integrated Manfacturing Decision Systems (CIMDS)
Lab Homepage
This page last updated - July 2010.
Current Projects [Past Projects]
A-Match, the interface to the RETSINA Matchmaker, provides a web interface for users to advertise their agents, customize agents, find other agents, and query them.
AFOSR PRET: Information Fusion for Command and Control: The Translation of Raw Data To Actionable Knowledge and Decision
We are conducting a multidisciplinary research effort to develop the next generation of information fusion systems.
Agent Storm
Agent Storm is a scenario where agents autonomously coordinate their team-oriented roles and actions while executing a mission.
Agent-based Composition of Behavioral Models
This project focuses on accurately modeling human physical behaviors; these models are used 1) to create computer generated forces (CGFs) that exhibit human-like behavior and 2) to recognize physical behaviors performed by trainees in a MOUT (Military Operations in Urban Terrain) team training simulation.
Aircraft Maintenance
A wearable software system that uses RETSINA agents to assist in the process of documenting and making repairs to aircraft.
Cooperative Attack Munition Real Time Assessment
We are developing the algorithms required to achieve cohesive, flexible and robust coordination of large teams of autonomous Wide Area Search Munitions (WASMs) that can be controlled by a small number of human operators.
Daml-S (Semantic) Matchmaker
We have developed our Semantic Matchmaker, an entity that will allow web services to locate other services, using DAML-S, a DAML-based language for describing service capabilities.
We are developing an autoconfiguration mechanism for agents and infrastructures.
Electronic Commerce
IBM ITA: Human-Agent Teamwork Models
We are developing models of human-agent teamwork for implementation in software agent systems.
Language for Advertisement and Request for Knowledge Sharing
A common agent capability description language (ACDL) for matching service-requesting software agents with service-providing software agents.
We are developing MIGSOCK, a Linux kernel module that re-implements TCP to make socket migration possible.
Supply chain management
The MORSE project is a simulated range operation, designed to evaluate effectiveness of the cognitive models and agents, in order to improve individual and team performance.
A middle agent that facilitates conections among agents that provide services and agents that request services.
Mobile Communications amongst Heterogeneous Agents
We are developing a multi-agent system for "Anyware" communications and display.
A project aimed at developing methods for automating negotiation among agents and implementing effective machine learning techniques.
RETSINA Semantic Web Calendar Agent
We are Retsina Semantic Web Calendar Agent to assist in organizing and scheduling meetings between several individuals, and coordinating these meetings based on existing schedules maintained by MS Outlook.
Reusable Environment for Task Structured Intelligent Network Agents
An architecture for developing distributed intelligent software agents that cooperate asynchronously to perform goal-directed information retrieval and information integration in support of a varie
Urban Search and Rescue
We are developing Hybrid Teams of Autonomous Agents: Cyber Agents, Robots and People (CARPs) to address the challenges of urban search and rescue.
The WARREN system is a multi-agent application that is designed to help users monitor and manage their financial portfolio.
A personal agent for World-Wide Web browsing that enhances searches and learns user interests.