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© Simon Buckingham Shum 1 Mobile Agents Project Leads: Maarten Sierhuis & Bill Clancey (Human-Centered Computing, NASA Ames) CoAKTinG: Simon Buckingham Shum, Marc Eisenstadt, Jiri Komzak, Michelle Bachler, Al Selvin (KMi, Open University) Dave De Roure, Nigel Shadbolt, Danius Michaelides, Kevin Page (IAM, Southampton U.) NASA Mobile Agents Testbed Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission RIACS/NASA Ames Research Center Mobile Agents Project Maarten Sierhuis KMi Open University CoAKTinG Project Simon Buckingham-Shum & Al Selvin Southampton University CoAKTinG Project Kevin Page Danius Michaelides Dave De Roure Nigel Shadbolt
© Simon Buckingham Shum 2 Large scale NASA e-science field trials: Interoperability with other databases, software agents and collaboration tools Clancey, W.J., Sierhuis, M., Alena, R., Berrios, D., Dowding, J., Graham, J.S., Tyree, K.S., Hirsh, R.L., Garry, W.B., Semple, A., Buckingham Shum, S.J., Shadbolt, N. and Rupert, S. (2005). “Automating CapCom Using Mobile Agents and Robotic Assistants.” 1 st Space Exploration Conference, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 31 Jan- 1 Feb, 2005, Orlando, FL. Available from: AIAA Meeting Papers on Disc [CD-ROM]: Reston, VA, and as Advanced Knowledge Technologies ePrint 375:
© Simon Buckingham Shum 3 Image Credits--- Mars: NASA/JPL/MSSS; Earth: NASA/JSC; Composite: MSSS
© Simon Buckingham Shum 4 NASA e-science field trials (2004 and 2005) Distributed Mars-Earth planning and data analysis tools for Mars Habitat field trial in Utah desert, supported from US+UK
© Simon Buckingham Shum 5 NASA Mobile Agents Architecture
© Simon Buckingham Shum 6 Collaboration Configuration Scientist (Mars) Scientist (Earth) Scientist (Mars) Scientist (Earth) Software Agent Architecture (Mars) Compendium used as a collaboration medium at all intersections: humans+agents, reading+writing maps
© Simon Buckingham Shum 7 Dialogue Mapping and Conversational Modelling in NASA e-science teams RST-telecon ii.avi DM: 00:50:59 CM: 1:13:19
© Simon Buckingham Shum 8 NASA testbed: Compendium activity plans for surface exploration, constructed by scientists on ‘Earth’, interpreted by software agents on ‘Mars’ The Compendium nodes and relationships in this plan were interpreted by Brahms software agents for monitoring and coordinating astronaut and robot activity during surface explorations. Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission
© Simon Buckingham Shum 9 CoAKTinG NASA testbed: Compendium science data map, generated by software agents, for interpretation by Mars+Earth scientists The Compendium maps were autonomously created and populated with science data by Brahms software agents that use models of the mission plan, work process, data flow and science data relationships to create the maps. Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission
© Simon Buckingham Shum 10 CoAKTinG NASA testbed: Compendium-based photo analysis by geologists on ‘Mars’ Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission
© Simon Buckingham Shum 11 NASA testbed: Compendium scientific feedback map from Earth scientists to Mars colleagues Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission
© Simon Buckingham Shum 12 CoAKTinG NASA testbed: Compendium ‘portal map’ for Earth scientists, with the key links they need to prepare for a virtual meeting to analyse Mars scientists’ data Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission
© Simon Buckingham Shum 13 Collaborative sensemaking in e-Science: Meeting Replay tool as they annotate their mission plans Collaborative sensemaking in e-Science: Meeting Replay tool for Earth scientists, synchronising video of Mars crew’s discussion as they annotate their mission plans Copyright, 2004, RIACS/NASA Ames, Open University, Southampton University Not to be used without permission NASA MR Clip: 00:50
Semantics for e-Science Collaboration Jan Update.
The Collaborative Semantic Grid David De Roure University of Southampton, UK
Computer Supported Collaborative Work of a Distributed Remote Science Team and a Mars Crew Maarten Sierhuis, Ph.D. Mobile Agents Project Lead RIACS/NASA.
Visualizing Scholarly Discourse in eScience Simon Buckingham Shum Knowledge Media Institute Open University, UK In collaboration with: John Domingue, Enrico.
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Meeting Capture and Structural Replay Compendium in Meeting Replay Web Interface BuddySpace I-X Process System Mars Exploration Mission
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Building Collaborative Knowledge Representations in Real Time An Analysis of Facilitative Micro-Actions Interim Progress Report Al Selvin Knowledge Media.
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