Tactical UGV Navigation and Logistics Planning

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Hussain, T., S., Cerys, D., Montana, D., J., Vidaver, G. and Berliner, J., E.

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Info: Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO2005) workshop program (Conference proceedings), 2005, p. 184-186
Abstract:
The US Army's push towards developing highly flexible military teams that combine manned and unmanned units requires significant advances in the intelligence of the unmanned units and in the tools used to provide logistical support. BBN Technologies has recently completed a simulation-based project for the Army Research Lab in which we applied an evolutionary computation approach [EC] for determining the tactical responses of an unmanned ground vehicle, moderated by explicit rules of engagement. BBN is also currently developing a logistic analysis prototype that uses agent-based technology and evolutionary computation to [EC] enable rapid logistics planning and replanning for supporting an Army organisation encountering a diversity of planned and unplanned situations.
Notes:
Distributed on CD-ROM at GECCO-2005. ACM 1-59593-097-3/05/0006
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BibTex:
@InProceedings(Hussain:gecco05ws,
  author = {Talib S. Hussain and Daniel Cerys and David Montana and Gordon Vidaver and Jeffrey E. Berliner},
  title = {Tactical {UGV} Navigation and Logistics Planning},
  booktitle = {Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference {(GECCO2005)} workshop program},
  year = {2005},
  month = {25-29 June},
  editor = {Franz Rothlauf and Misty Blowers and  J{\"u}rgen Branke and Stefano Cagnoni and Ivan I. Garibay and Ozlem Garibay and J{\"o}rn Grahl and Gregory Hornby and Edwin D. {de Jong} and Tim Kovacs and Sanjeev Kumar and Claudio F. Lima and Xavier Llor{\`a} and  Fernando Lobo and Laurence D. Merkle and Julian Miller and Jason H. Moore and Michael O'Neill and Martin Pelikan and Terry P. Riopka and Marylyn D. Ritchie and Kumara Sastry and Stephen L. Smith and Hal Stringer and Keiki Takadama and Marc Toussaint and Stephen C. Upton and Alden H. Wright},
  publisher = {ACM Press},
  address = {Washington, D.C., USA},
  pages = {184--186},
  url = {http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~wbl/biblio/gecco2005wks/papers/0184.pdf},
  abstract = {The US Army's push towards developing highly flexible military teams that combine manned and unmanned units requires significant advances in the intelligence of the unmanned units and in the tools used to provide logistical support.  BBN Technologies has recently completed a simulation-based project for the Army Research Lab in which we applied an evolutionary computation approach for determining the tactical responses of an unmanned ground vehicle, moderated by explicit rules of engagement.  BBN is also currently developing a logistic analysis prototype that uses agent-based technology and evolutionary computation to enable rapid logistics planning and replanning for supporting an Army organisation encountering a diversity of planned and unplanned situations. },
  notes = {Distributed on CD-ROM at GECCO-2005.
ACM 1-59593-097-3/05/0006},
)