M.A. DePristo, R. Zubek. being-in-the-world To appear in
the Proceedings of the 2001 AAAI Spring Symposium
on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive
Ian Horswill, R. Zubek, et al. The Cerebus Project Proceedings
of the 2000 AAAI Fall Symposium on Parallel
Cognition and Embodied Agents.
I. Horswill, R. Zubek. Robot architectures for believable game
agents Proceedings of the 1999 AAAI Spring Symposium
on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Games, AAAI
Technical Report SS-99-02
R. Zubek Much ado about patterns ACM
Crossroads 5.1 (fall), 1998.
Ian Horswill. 1996. Real-time control of attention
and behavior in a logical framework. Submitted to Agents '97.
Philip Agre, and Ian Horswill. Lifeworld
Analysis. In submission.
Ian Horswill. Variable binding and predicate
representation in a behavior-based architecture. In Proceedings
of the Fourth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior,
Cape Cod, September 1996. MIT Press.
Ian Horswill. How Far Can Behavior-Based Systems Go?
To appear in SAB-96.
Ian Horswill and Chris Barnhart. Unifying
Segmentation, Tracking, and Visual Search.
I. Horswill. Visual Architecture and Cognitive
Architecture. To appear in JETAI special issue on agent architectures.
I. Horswill. Integrating Vision and Natural Language
without Central Models. In 1995 AAAI Fall Symposium on Embodied
Language and Action, Cambridge, November 1995.
I. Horswill. Visual Routines and Visual Search: A
Real-Time Implementation and an Automata-Theoretic Analysis. In Proceedings
of the 14th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence,
Montreal, August 1995.
Ian Horswill. Collision Avoidance by Segmentation.
In Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE/RSJ Internation Conference on
Intelligent Robots and Systems, Munich, Germany, September 1994.
Ian Horswill. Polly: A Vision-Based Artificial
Agent. In Proceedings AAAI-93, Washington D.C.
Ian Horswill. Analysis of Environment and Adaptation. Artificial Intelligence 73 (1995) 1-30. Special Issue on
Computational Theories of Inteaction and Agency, P. Agre and S. Rosenschein,
Ian Horswill. Specialization of Perceptual Processes.
Ph. D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May 1993.
Ian Horswill and M. Yamamoto. A $1000 Active
Stereo Vision System. Proc. IEEE/IAP Workshop on Visual Behaviors, Seattle, August 1994.