Adaptive Intelligent Systems in the Knowledge Systems Laboratory at Stanford

Past Members of the Adaptive Intelligent Systems Project

Graduated Ph.D. Students

  • Karl Pfleger (Computer Science), 2002
  • Katherine Isbister (Communications), Design of Interactive Characters, 1998
  • Ruth Duran Huard (Education), Mastery of Character with Improv Puppets, 1997
  • John Drakopoulos (Computer Science), Theory and Design of a Hybrid Pattern Recognition System, 1995
  • Janet Murdock (Computer Science), Model Matching and Individuating for Model-Based Diagnosis, 1995
  • Vlad Dabija (Computer Science), A Framework for Planning to React, 1994
  • Michael Wolverton (Computer Science), Knowledge-Based Spreading Activation for Creative Analogy, 1994
  • Richard Washington (Computer Science), Abstraction-Based Planning for Real-Time Agents, 1994
  • David Ash (Computer Science), Diagnosis Using Action-Based Hierarchies for Optimal Real-Time Performance, 1993
  • Iris Tommelein (Civil Engineering), Opportunistic Design of Construction Site Layouts, 1989

Graduated Masters Students

  • David Slater (Education), 2000
  • James Bequette (Education), 2000
  • Wesley Wong (Computer Science), Intelligent mentor characters, 1997
  • Ken Cheng (Computer Science), Web-site characters, 1997
  • P. Ramaswami (Computer Science), Agent models, 1997
  • Danny Huber (Computer Science), Scripting interface for improvisational sctors, 1996
  • Robert van Gent (Computer Science), Intelligent animated characters for interactive systems, 1995
  • Jeff Yu (Computer Science), User interface for synthetic characters, 1995
  • Eric Sincoff (Computer Science), Synthetic actors, 1995
  • Mike Hollander (Computer Science), Agent architecture, 1993
  • Henry Sipma (Computer Science), Model-based diagnosis of engineering equipment, 1993
  • Alex Macalalad (Computer Science), User interface, perceptual filtering for monitoring systems
  • Adnan Darwiche (Artificial Intelligence), Planning, 1992
  • Andrew Gans (Artificial Intelligence), Learning reasoning strategies by watching experts, 1989
  • Anthony Confrey (Artificial Intelligence), Learning reasoning strategies by watching experts, 1989
  • Reed Hastings (Artificial Intelligence), ICU monitoring, 1988
  • Jeff Harvey (Artificial Intelligence), Learning reasoning strategies by watching experts, 1988
  • Iris Tommelein (Artificial Intelligence), Designing construction site layouts, 1988
  • Alan Garvey (Artificial Intelligence), Opportunistic control, 1987
  • Robert Schulman (Computer Science), Explanation of reasoning, 1987
  • M. Vaughan Johnson (Computer Science), Learning by analogy, 1987
  • Michael Hewett (Artificial Intelligence), Learning reasoning strategies from on-line feedback, 1986
  • Glenn Pearson (Computer Science), AI programming experience, 1985
  • Randy Alvarez (Computer Science), AI programming experience, 1984

Former Visiting Scholars, Post-Doctoral Fellows, and Research Staff

  • Daniel Rousseau, Personality models for synthetic actors, 1995-1997
  • Lee Brownston, Project programmer, 1990-1997
  • Jan Eric Larssen, Model-based diagnosis; Guardian evaluation, 1993-1996
  • Silvia Miksch, Visualization of multi-dimensional, time-varying data, 1994-1995
  • Philippe Morignot, Motivational factors for intelligent agents, 1991-1995
  • Serdar Uckun, Intelligent monitoring and control 1991-1994
  • Philippe Lalanda, Real-time intelligent control, 1991-1993
  • William Murray, Meta-level reasoning, 1992
  • Anne Collinot, Real-time intelligent control, 1988-1990
  • Angel Vina, Real-time reactive control, 1989-1990
  • Rattikorn Hewett, Model-based reasoning, 1987-1990
  • Michael Hewett, Project programmer, 1988-1990
  • Luc Boureau, Perceptual filtering, 1988-1989
  • M. Vaughan Johnson, Reasoning ontology, 1988-1989
  • Francois Daube, Design by analogy, 1987-1988
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