All Publications by Karen Zita Haigh

See the highlights. See also I.L.S.A publications on the Honeywell website, or a mirror here at CMU if that's down.

  1. (Arg14) Simon Parsons, Katie Atkinson, Karen Haigh, Zimi Li, Karl Levitt, Peter McBurney, Jeff Rowe, Munindar Singh and Elizabeth Sklar, "Argument schemes for reasoning about trust." Argument and Computation, 2014 (In press).

  2. (CogEW14) Karen Zita Haigh, Hala Mostafa, Joanne Como, Dianne Egnor, "Modeling RF Interference Performance," 43rd Annual Collaborative Electronic Warfare Symposium, Pt. Mugu, CA, April 2014. PDF of Abstract

  3. (CUMC13) Karen Zita Haigh, John Tranquilli, Dianne Egnor, Hala Mostafa, Guevara Noubir, Scott Roche, Ravi Sundaram, "Optimizing Mitigation Strategies: Learning to choose communication strategies to mitigate interference", CUMC, McLean VA, November 2013.

  4. (SNAM13) Zoheb Hassan Borbora, Muhammad Aurangzeb Ahmad, Jehwan Oh, Karen Zita Haigh, Jaideep Srivastava, Zhen Wen. Robust Features of Trust in Social Networks, Social Network Analysis and Mining, October 2013.

  5. Karen Zita Haigh, "Learning to choose communication strategies to mitigate interference," in 2012 Cognitive RF Workshop, Kirtland Air Force Base, Alburquerque, NM. September 2012.

  6. Simon Parsons, Katie Atkinson, Karen Zita Haigh, Karl N. Levitt, Peter McBurney, Jeff Rowe, Munindar P. Singh, Elizabeth Sklar, "Argument Schemes for Reasoning about Trust," in Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA), September 2012: 430-441.

  7. Karen Zita Haigh, "Machine Learning: A primer for CogSpectrum", panel discussion on Challenges, in 2012 Cognitive RF Workshop, Kirtland Air Force Base, Alburquerque, NM. September 2012.

  8. Joseph P. Loyall, Matthew Gillen, Karen Zita Haigh, Robert Walsh, Craig Partridge, Gregory Lauer, Timothy Strayer, "A Concept for Publish-Subscribe Information Dissemination and Networking," in Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on the Network of the Future (FutureNet V), Ottawa, Canada, June 11, 2012.

  9. Matthew Gillen, Joseph Loyall, Karen Zita Haigh, Robert Walsh, Craig Partridge, Gregory Lauer, Timothy Strayer. "Information Dissemination in Disadvantaged Wireless Communications Using a Data Dissemination Service and Content Data Network In Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Defense Transformation and Net-Centric Systems, Baltimore, MD, April 24-25, 2012.

  10. Karen Zita Haigh, "Artificial Intelligence for Cognitive DSA," WaveformDiversity, Kauai, Hawaii, January 2012. Invited Session on Cognitive and Machine Learning in DSA Environment.

  11. Karen Zita Haigh, Can Artificial Intelligence meet the Cognitive Networking Challenge?, invited presentation to AFRL, Sensors directorate, Dayton, OH, July 2011. Journal paper, submission
    1. A short form of this talk was presented at the Sept 2011 AFRL Cognitive RF workshop.
    2. This talk was presented at University of Minnesota Digital Technology Center, Minneapolis, MN, Oct 2011.

  12. Karen Zita Haigh and Fusun Yaman, ReCycle: Learning Looping Workflows from Annotated Traces, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, Vol. 2, No. 4, Article 42, pages 42:1-42:30, July 2011.

  13. Karen Zita Haigh, "AI Technologies for Tactical Edge Networks," invited talk to MobiHoc 2011 Workshop on Tactical Mobile Ad Hoc Networking, May 2011. Paris, France. Slides

  14. Prantik Bhattacharyya, Jeff Rowe, Felix S. Wu, Karen Haigh, Niklas Lavesson and Henric Johnson, "Your Best might not be Good enough: Ranking in Collaborative Social Search Engines, In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing (CollaborateCom), IEEE Press, 2011.

  15. Prantik Bhattacharyya, Shyhtsun Felix Wu, Karen Haigh. "Your best might not be good enough: Search Diversity via Social Network Analysis," In Proceedings of the Third IEEE International Conference on Social Computing (SocialCom), October 2011.

  16. Karen Zita Haigh and Nestor Rychtyckyj, editors. Special Issue of the AI Magazine on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence, AI Magazine, Volume 31, Number 1, 2010, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA.

  17. Karen Zita Haigh, Rethinking Network Architectures for Cognitive Support. Keynote address, ACM/SigMetrics workshop on Learning for Networking, Seattle, June 2009.

  18. Mehmet Goker and Karen Zita Haigh, editors. Special Issue of the AI Magazine on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence, AI Magazine, Volume 30, Number 2, 2009, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA.

  19. Karen Zita Haigh and Nestor Rychtyckyj, editors, Proceedings of the Twenty-First Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, July 2009, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA.

  20. Dana Moore, Michael Thome, Dr. Karen Zita Haigh, Scripting Your World: The Official Guide to Scripting in Second Life. Wiley, 2008.

  21. Mehmet Goker and Karen Zita Haigh, editors, Proceedings of the Twentieth Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, July 2008, AAAI Press, Menlo Park, CA.

  22. Karen Zita Haigh, Talib S. Hussain, Craig Partridge, Gregory D. Troxel, "Rethinking Networking Architectures for Cognitive Control" Microsoft Research Cognitive Wireless Networking Summit 2008, 5-6 June 2008. Snoqualmie, WA. Slides

  23. Karen Zita Haigh and Steven A. Harp, Improving Self Defense by Learning from Limited Experience, in Proceedings of Cyber Security and Information Infrastructure Research Workshop, Oak Ridge, TN, USA. May 2008. Slides

  24. Gregory D. Troxel, Eric Blossom, Steve Boswell, Armando Caro, Isidro Castineyra, Alex Colvin, Tad Dreier, Joseph B. Evans, Nick Goffee, Karen Zita Haigh, Talib Hussain, Vikas Kawadia, David Lapsley, Carl Livadas, Alberto Medina, Joanne Mikkelson, Gary J. Minden, Robert Morris, Craig Partridge, Vivek Raghunathan, Ram Ramanathan, Paul G. Rubel, Cesar Santivanez, Thomas Schmid, Dan Sumorok, Mani Srivastava, Robert S. Vincent, David Wiggins, Alexander M. Wyglinski and Sadaf Zahedi. "Enabling open-source cognitively-controlled collaboration among software-defined radio nodes," in Computer Networks, Volume 52, Issue 4, March 2008, Pages 898-911.

  25. (Globecom 07) Gregory D. Troxel, Armando Caro, Isidro Castineyra, Nick Goffee, Karen Zita Haigh, Talib Hussain, Vikas Kawadia, Paul G. Rubel, David Wiggins. "Cognitive Adaptation for Teams in ADROIT." In IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, Nov. 2007 Pages 4868-4872

  26. (ICNSC 2007) Karen Zita Haigh, Olu Olofinboba, Choon Yik Tang, "Designing an Implementable User-Oriented Objective Function for MANETs", IEEE International Conference On Networking, Sensing and Control, 2007, London, UK.

    Greg D. Troxel, Steve Boswell, Armando Caro, Isidro Castineyra and Alex Colvin, Yarom Gabay, Nick Goffee, Karen Zita Haigh, Talib Hussain, Vikas Kawadia, David Lapsley, Carl Livadas, Alberto Medina, Joanne Mikkelson, Craig Partridge, Vivek Raghunathan, Ram Ramanathan, Paul Rubel, Cesar Santivanes, Dan Sumorok, Bob Vincent and David Wiggins, Adaptive Dynamic Radio Open-source Intelligent Team (ADROIT): Architecture and Design, BBN Technologies, BBN-TR-8478, 2007.

  27. (NetCod07) Anna Lee, Muriel Medard, Karen Zita Haigh, Sharon Gowan and Paul Rubel, "Minimum-Cost Subgraphs for Joint Distributed Source and Network Coding", in Third Workshop on Network Coding, Theory and Applications, January 2007.

  28. (SDR06) G. D. Troxel et al "Adaptive Dynamic Radio Open-source Intelligent Team (ADROIT): Cognitively-controlled Collaboration among SDR Nodes." First IEEE Workshop on Networking Technologies for Software Defined Radio (SDR) Networks, September 2006, Reston, VA. Invited.

  29. Karen Zita Haigh, Srivatsan Varadarajan, Choon Yik Tang, "Automatic Learning-based MANET Cross-Layer Parameter Configuration", in Workshop on Wireless Ad hoc and Sensor Networks (WWASN2006), Lisbon, Portugal 2006.

  30. Karen Zita Haigh, Liana Maria Kiff, Geoffrey Ho, "The Independent LifeStyle AssistantTM (I.L.S.A.): Lessons Learned", in Assistive Technology, 18:87-106, 2006.

  31. Karen Zita Haigh, Liana Maria Kiff, Kathleen Krichbaum, Janet Wuorenma, "The Technologist's Guide to Setting up an Eldercare Field Study." in AAAI Fall Symposium on Caring Machines, November 2005, Washington, D.C.

  32. Geoffrey Ho, Liana Maria Kiff, Tom Plocher, Karen Zita Haigh, "A Model of Trust and Reliance of Automation Technology for Older Users." in AAAI Fall Symposium on Caring Machines, November 2005, Washington, D.C.

  33. Karen Zita Haigh, Liana M. Kiff, Janet Myers, Valerie Guralnik, Christopher W. Geib, John Phelps and Tom Wagner, "The Independent LifeStyle AssistantTM (I.L.S.A.): AI Lessons Learned." In The Sixteenth Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference (IAAI-04), July 25-29, 2004 San Jose, CA. Pages 852-857.

  34. Karen Zita Haigh, Liana M. Kiff, Janet Myers, Kathleen Krichbaum, The Independent LifeStyle AssistantTM (I.L.S.A.): Deployment Lessons Learned." In AAAI WS on Fielding Applications of AI, July 25, 2004, San Jose, CA. Pages 11-16.

  35. Wendy Foslien, Valurie Guralnik, Karen Zita Haigh, Data Mining for Space Applications, In Space Operations, Montreal, Quebec, May 2004.

  36. (VQL) Karen Zita Haigh, Wendy Foslien, Valerie Guralnik, Visual Query Language: Finding patterns in and relationships among time series data, to appear in the Seventh Workshop on Mining Scientific and Engineering Datasets, 24 Apr 2004, Lake Buena Vista, FL

    Karen Zita Haigh, Liana M. Kiff, Janet Myers, Valerie Guralnik, Kathleen Krichbaum, John Phelps, Tom Plocher and David Toms, 2003. The Independent LifeStyle AssistantTM (I.L.S.A.): Lessons Learned. Honeywell Laboratories Technical Report number ACS-P03-023, 3660 Technology Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55418. December 2003.

  37. Liana Kiff, Karen Zita Haigh and Xianghong Sun, "Mobility Monitoring with the Independent LifeStyle AssistantTM (I.L.S.A.)", International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence (ICADI), 4-6 December 2003. Washington, D.C., USA. Powerpoint presentation.

  38. (AAAI 2002 WS) Karen Zita Haigh, Christopher W. Geib, Christopher A. Miller, John Phelps and Thomas Wagner, "Agents for Recognizing and Responding to the Behaviour of an Elder," in AAAI workshop "Automation as Caregiver", July 2002. Pages 31-38.

  39. (AAAI 2002 WS) Valerie Guralnik and Karen Zita Haigh, 2002. "Learning Models of Human Behaviour with Sequential Patterns", in AAAI-02 Workshop on "Automation as Caregiver", July 2002. Pages 24-30.

  40. (AAAI 2002 WS) Karen Zita Haigh and Holly A. Yanco, "Automation as Caregiver: A Survey of Issues and Technologies," in AAAI-02 Workshop on "Automation as Caregiver", July 2002. Pages 39-53.

  41. (AAAI 2002 WS) Christopher A. Miller, Karen Zita Haigh, Wende L. Dewing, 2002. "First, Cause No Harm: Issues in Building Safe, Reliable and Trustworthy Elder Care Systems," in AAAI-02 Workshop on Automation as Caregiver, July 2002. Pages 80-84.

  42. (AAMAS 2002) Karen Zita Haigh, John Phelps and Christopher W. Geib, "An Open Agent Architecture for Assisting Elder Independence," in The First International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS), July 2002. Pages 578-586.

  43. (IROS 2000) Reid Simmons, David Apfelbaum, Dieter Fox, Robert P. Goldman, Karen Zita Haigh, David J. Musliner, Michael Pelican, and Sebastian Thrun. "Coordinated Deployment of Multiple, Heterogeneous Robots," In Proceedings of the Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), October 2000. Pages 2254-2260.

  44. (LCSET 2000) Karen Zita Haigh, David J. Musliner, Sunondo Ghosh, "RT-MLab: Really Real-Time Robotics," In Proceedings of Workshop on Life Cycle Software Engineering Technology for Modern Avionics, Missiles, and Smart Weapon Systems, August 2000, Huntsville, AL.

  45. (AAAI 2000 WS) Robert P. Goldman, Karen Zita Haigh, David J. Musliner, Michael Pelican, "MACBeth: A Multi-Agent Constraint-Based Planner," in AAAI workshop "Constraints and AI Planning", July 2000. Pages 11-17.

  46. (SSS 2000) Karen Zita Haigh, David J. Musliner, Sunondo Ghosh, RT-MLab: Really Real-Time Robotics, in AAAI Spring Symposium `Real-Time Autonomous Systems', March 2000. Pages 24-31.

  47. (RAS/learning) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso, "Learning Situation-Dependent Costs: Improving Planning from Probabilistic Robot Execution Interleaving," invited submission to Robots and Autonomous Systems. 29(2-3):145-175. 1999.

  48. (SSS 99) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso, "Learning Situation-Dependent Rules: Improving Task Planning for an Incompletely Modelled Domain," in the 1999 AAAI Spring Symposium on Search Techniques for Problem Solving under Uncertainty and Incomplete Information, March 1999, pages 30-35. This paper is about learning for a robot task planner.

  49. (Thesis) Karen Zita Haigh, "Situation-Dependent Learning for Interleaved Planning and Robot Execution," PhD Thesis, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3891, February 1998.

  50. (DX-98) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso "Learning Situation-Dependent Costs: Using Execution to Refine Planning Models," Proceedings of the Ninth International Workshop on the Principles of Diagnosis(DX98), May 1998. Pages 55-62. This paper is very similar to Agents98.

  51. (AIPS 98) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso, "Planning, Execution and Learning in a Robotic Agent," in Artificial Intelligence Planning Systems (AIPS-98), June 1998. Pages 120-127. This paper is essentially a summary of my thesis.

  52. (Agents 98) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso, "Learning Situation-Dependent Costs: Improving Planning from Probabilistic Robot Execution," in Autonomous Agents 98, May 1998. Pages 231-238. This paper is about learning for a robot path planner.

  53. (AR/Planning) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso, "Interleaving Planning and Robot Execution for Asynchronous User Requests," invited submission to the journal Autonomous Robots, 5(1):79-95, March 1998.

  54. (JETAI) Karen Zita Haigh and Jonathan Richard Shewchuk and Manuela M. Veloso ``Exploiting Domain Geometry in Analogical Route Planning'', in the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence. 9(1997):509-541.

  55. (ACM) Reid G. Simmons, Richard Goodwin, Karen Zita Haigh, Sven Koenig, Joseph O'Sullivan, Manuela M. Veloso. "Xavier: Experience with a Layered Robot Architecture". In the ACM Sigart Bulletin. 8(1-4):22-33, 1997.
  56. This paper is an shortened, combined version of the two Agents'97 papers below.
  57. Compressed Postscript(27 pages, 920K). Colour.
  58. (Agents97) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso, "High-Level Planning and Low-Level Execution: Towards a Complete Robotic Agent," in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents, February 1997. Pages 363-370.

  59. (Agents97) Reid Simmons, Richard Goodwin, Karen Zita Haigh, Sven Koenig, Joseph O'Sullivan. " A Layered Architecture for Office Delivery Robots," in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents, February 1997. Pages 245-252.

    Joseph O'Sullivan, Karen Zita Haigh and G. D. Armstrong. ``Xavier - the Manual v0.3''. Learning Robot Laboratory Internal Document. April 1997.

  60. Abstract.
  61. Compressed Postscript (40+ pages, 230K)
  62. (96IROS) Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso, `` Interleaving Planning and Robot Execution for Asynchronous User Requests'', in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), November 1996. Pages 148-155.

  63. Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela M. Veloso "Planning with Multiple Goals for Robot Execution," in Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium ``Plan Execution: Problems and Issues'', Boston, MA, November, 1996. Pages=61-71. Also see the more recent Autonomous Robots journal article.

    Reid Simmons, Sebastian Thrun, Greg Armstrong, Richard Goodwin, Karen Haigh, Sven Koenig, Shyjan Mahamud, Daniel Nikovski and Joseph O'Sullivan, ``Amelia'', in the Proceedings of the Thirteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-96), August 1996. 1358. Introduction for the robot competition.

  64. Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso, `` Using Perception Information for Robot Planning and Execution'', in the Proceedings of the AAAI-96 Workshop ``Intelligent Adaptive Agents'', August 1996. Also see the more recent Autonomous Robots journal article.

  65. Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso, ``Interleaving Planning and Robot Execution for Asynchronous User Requests'', in the Proceedings of the AAAI-96 Spring symposium ``Planning with Incomplete Information for Robot Problems'', March 1996. Also see the more recent Autonomous Robots journal article.

  66. Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso, `` Route Planning by Analogy'', Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development, Proceedings of ICCBR-95, Springer-Verlag, Pages 169-180. October 1995. Also See JETAI for the journal paper.

  67. Karen Zita Haigh and Jonathan Richard Shewchuk and Manuela M. Veloso, ``Route Planning and Learning from Execution'', In Working notes from the AAAI Fall Symposium ``Planning and Learning: On to Real Applications'', November 1994. Pages 58-64. Also See JETAI for the journal paper.

  68. Karen Zita Haigh and Jonathan Richard Shewchuk, `` Geometric Similarity Metrics for Case-Based Reasoning'', In Case-Based Reasoning: Working Notes from the AAAI-94 Workshop, August 1994. Pages 182-187. Also See JETAI for the journal paper.

  69. Karen Haigh and Manuela Veloso, `` Combining Search and Analogical Reasoning in Path Planning from Road Maps'', In Case-Based Reasoning: Papers from the 1993 Workshop, July 1993. Pages 79-85.

  70. Stan Matwin and Tom Szapiro and Karen Haigh, ``Genetic Algorithms Approach to a Negotiation Support System," IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 21(1):102-114, 1991.

    S. Matwin and T. Szapiro and K. Haigh, ``Genetic Algorithms Approach to a Negotiation Support System,'' Technical Report TR-89-30, Computer Science Department, University of Ottawa, Ottawa Ontario, Canada.