2012 Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Workshop (PerMIS'12)
The 2012 Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems (PerMIS'12) Workshop will be the eleventh in a series of workshops dedicated to defining measures and methodologies of evaluating performance of intelligent systems. Started in 2000, the PerMIS series focuses on applications of performance measures to applied problems in commercial, industrial, homeland security, and military applications. PerMIS'12 will focus on the methodologies and techniques of performance measurement for developing and engineering the next generation of cyber physical systems that facilitate seamless human-machine collaboration. In the context of the Workshop, Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) are taken to mean the tight conjoining of and coordination between computational and physical resources.
George W. Arnold, National Institute of Standards and Technology: Performance and New Paradigms for the Electric Power System
Satyandra K. Gupta, UMD College Park: Simulation-Based Design and Evaluation of Physics-Aware Planners for Robotic Operations in Challenging Environments
Prof. Edward A. Lee, UC Berkeley: Time for High-Confidence Cyber-Physical Systems
Jim Overholt, U.S. Army TARDEC: Practical to Tactical: Making the Case for a Shift in Ground Vehicle Robotics
Mark Rice, Maritime Applied Physics Corporation: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Holly Yanco, UMass Lowell: Evaluate Early, Evaluate Often: A Design Process for Creating Better Robot Systems
Special Sessions & Panel Discussion
Session Honoring the Legacy of Jim Albus & Alex Meystel
Performance Evaluation and Advanced Algorithms for Static & Dynamic 6DOF
Technology Readiness for Randomized Bin Picking Solutions
Cyber Physical Systems Panel Discussion
For registration information, program at a glance, and the full program, see the workshop website.