purplecat: (academia)
It is our pleasure to inform you that your abstract entitled "Agent
Control of Cooperating Satellites" submitted to the AI in Space:
Intelligence beyond planet earth, has been accepted for an oral
presentation.


The exciting thing about this paper is that we only had to submit an abstract, but are now required to produce a full paper by the 1st July - I forsee much frantic scribbling in the next month or so. The paper describes the current case study we are working on which is the exploration of asteroid clusters using multiple satellites.

Thank you very much for submitting a paper to CLIMA XII. We are delighted to let
you know that your paper is accepted for presentation and inclusion in the
Springer LNAI Proceedings.


This paper is "A Formal Semantics for Brahms" and is really the baby of my PhD Student (using the phrase "my PhD Student" here to refer to someone for whom I'm tenuously 3rd supervisor in a vague "the university admin can't cope with RA's supervising PhD students" kind of way). I did do a little polishing on the paper so I'm not too embarrased by the author credit. Brahms is an agent programming language used by NASA to model human-robot interaction. We want to do some model checking (verification) of these models but that means we needed a semantics for the language first which said PhD student had been diligently working on for about a year now.

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purplecat: (academia)
It is our pleasure to inform you that your abstract entitled "Agent
Control of Cooperating Satellites" submitted to the AI in Space:
Intelligence beyond planet earth, has been accepted for an oral
presentation.


The exciting thing about this paper is that we only had to submit an abstract, but are now required to produce a full paper by the 1st July - I forsee much frantic scribbling in the next month or so. The paper describes the current case study we are working on which is the exploration of asteroid clusters using multiple satellites.

Thank you very much for submitting a paper to CLIMA XII. We are delighted to let
you know that your paper is accepted for presentation and inclusion in the
Springer LNAI Proceedings.


This paper is "A Formal Semantics for Brahms" and is really the baby of my PhD Student (using the phrase "my PhD Student" here to refer to someone for whom I'm tenuously 3rd supervisor in a vague "the university admin can't cope with RA's supervising PhD students" kind of way). I did do a little polishing on the paper so I'm not too embarrased by the author credit. Brahms is an agent programming language used by NASA to model human-robot interaction. We want to do some model checking (verification) of these models but that means we needed a semantics for the language first which said PhD student had been diligently working on for about a year now.

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