Advanced Decision Architectures Collaborative Technology Alliance

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ADA CTA

Advanced Decision Architectures

Collaborative Technology Alliance




Final RMB Meeting and Workshop:

Supporting the Soldier Decision Maker



ADA CTA

Welcome


The bi
-
annual Research Management
Board Meeting is a time for planning


The ADA CTA research will continue
through 1QFY10, pending receipt of funds


Our charge over the next 2 days is to look
at the research and continue the
transition…



Laurel
Allender
, Collaborative Alliance Manager, and


Sue Archer, Consortium Program Manager

1

years

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Parking

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Social


ADA Social

Departure from the Gangplank Marina is
6:00 PM Sharp.


Attire

Business casual recommended. Odyssey
does not allow jeans, shorts, tank tops,
halter
-
tops, gym shoes or flip
-
flops on any
cruise.


Directions


From the Alion Building:


Return to the Metro Station across the street.


Take the Green line towards Greenbelt.


Travel one stop


Exit at the Waterfront SEU Station.


Turn Right on M ST, which turns into Maine Ave.


Turn Left onto 6th.


Odyssey is located at Gangplank Marina, 6th
and Water Street.


For parking, turn into the Gangplank Lot off of
Water Street.

POC


Cathi Brents (303)960
-
5748

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ADA CTA

Agenda

Wednesday, 22 July 2009


0800


0830 Registration

0830


0845 Meeting Opening


Dr. Laurel Allender,
Advanced Decision Architectures Collaborative Technology Alliance Consortium
Alliance Manager

0845


0915 Welcome


Mr. John Miller,
Director, Army Research Laboratory

0915


1030 Collecting, processing, and distributing battlefield information: Part I


Kathleen Carley, Carnegie Mellon University
Dynamic Network

Analysis Applied to Experiments from the
Decision Architectures Research Environment


Rama Chellapa, The University of Maryland
3D Modeling and Visualization of Static and Moving Entities


Niranjan Suri, The Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Agile Computing and Its Applications to
Tactical Military Environments

1030


1100 Break

1100


1215 Collecting, processing, and distributing battlefield information: Part II


Joshua Eckroth, The Ohio State University
From Background Subtraction to Threat Detection in
Automated Video Surveillance



Larry Bunch, University of West Florida
Regulating the Exchange of Tactical Military Information Using the
KAOS Policy Services Framework














ADA CTA

Agenda

Wednesday, 22 July 2009


1100


1215 Collecting, processing, and distributing battlefield information: Part II
Cont’d


Marco Carvalho, The Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
XLAYER: A Cross
-
Layer
Communications Substrate for Tactical Environments

1215


1330 Lunch, on
-
site

1330


1510 Presenting Battlefield Information to Warfighters


Alex Morison, The Ohio State University
Integrating Diverse Feeds to Extend Human Perception into
Distant Scenes


Shaun Hutchins, Alion Science and Technology
An Interactive Decision Support Architecture for
Visualizing Robust Solutions in High Risk Military Environments



Lynette Jones, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Communication via the Skin: The Challenge of
Tactile Displays
Nadine Sarter, University of Michigan
Multi
-
Modal Information Exchange and Dynamic
Adaptation

1510


1700 Demonstrations and Refreshments


Kevin Bennett, Wright State University
Advancing the State
-
of
-
the
-
Art in Military Command & Control
Interfaces: Ecological Interface Design


M
ike Matessa, Alion Science and Technology
GRBIL: A Tool for Dynamic Operator and Environment
Modeling


Phillip Smith, The Ohio State University
Asynchronous Communication of Army Operations Orders


Mica Endsley, SA Technologies
Future Combat Systems Warfighter Machine Interface


Jeffrey Bradshaw, The Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Policy
-
Guided Data Dissemination and
Reputation Service

1800 Social aboard Odyssey Cruises



ADA CTA

Agenda

Thursday, 23 July 2009

0800


0830 Registration

0830


0835 Welcome
, Dr. Laurel Allender

0835


0935 Technical Transition Panel,


Mr. Brett Burland, Chief, Science and Technology Branch, BCBL, Capability Development
Integration Directorate


Mr. Mike Barnes, US Army Research Laboratory


Mr. Kenneth Grippo, CERDEC THINK ATO Manager, CERDEC
-
C2D Battle Command Technology
Branch

0935


1025 Acting on Battlefield Information: Part I


Robert Hoffman, Institute for Human Machine Cognition


How Good is that New Software Tool? The Mathematical Modeling of Performance Metrics


Walter Warwick, Alion Science and Technology
A Computational Model of Naturalistic Decision
Making and the Science of Simulation

1025


1050 Break














ADA CTA

Agenda

Thursday, 23 July 2009

1050


1230 Acting on Battlefield Information: Part II



Cleotilde Gonzalez, Carnegie Mellon University
Modeling and Measuring Situation Awareness in
Individuals and Teams


Stoney Trent, The Ohio State University
Reading Intent and Other Cognitive Challenges in
Intelligence Analysis


Patricia McDermott, Alion Science and Technology
Five Lessons Learned in Human
-
Robot
Interaction


John Yen, Pennsylvania State University
Cognitively
-
Inspired Agents as Teammates and Decision
Aids

1230


1330 Lunch, on
-
site


1330


1535 Communicating Information Across the Team


Laura Strater, SA Technologies
Tools to Support Ad Hoc Teams


Peter Foltz, New Mexico State University
Models, Methods, and Tools for the Adaptability of Teams


Gary Klein, Applied Research Associates, Klein Associates Division
Advancing Our Understanding of
Battlefield Decision Making


William Ogden, New Mexico State University
A Task
-
Based Evaluation Method for Embedded
Machine Translation in Instant Messaging Systems


B. Chandrasekaran, The Ohio State University
Diagrammatic Reasoning in Army Situation
Understanding and Planning: Architecture for Decision Support and Cognitive Model

1535


1545 Closing Remarks


Susan Archer,
Collaboration Manager of the Advanced Decision Architectures Collaborative
Technology Alliance