Journals and Book Chapters

  • M. A. Goodrich. On Maximizing Fan-Out: Towards Controlling Multiple Unmanned Vehicles. In Human-Robot Interactions in Future Military Operations edited by M. Barnes and F. Jentsch. Ashgate Publishing, Surrey, England, 2010.

Conferences

  • J. M. Whetten, M. A. Goodrich, and Y. Guo. Beyond Fan-Out: Towards Multi-Operator Supervisory Control

To appear in IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, October 2010, Istanbul, Turkey.

  • B. Hardin and M. A. Goodrich.

On Using Mixed-Initiative Control: A Perspective for Managing Large-Scale Robotic Teams. Proceedings of ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. March, 2009. San Diego, California

  • M. A. Goodrich, T. W. McLain, J. D. Anderson, J. Sun, and J. W.

Crandall. Managing Autonomy in Robot Teams: Observations from Four Experiments. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI/SIGART IEEE RAS Conference on Human Robot Interaction. Arlington, Virgina, USA. March 8-11, 2007.

 
 * J. A. Atherton, B. Hardin, and M. A. Goodrich. [http:faculty.cs.byu.edu/%7Emike/mikeg/papers/AthertonHardinGoodrichAAAI2006.pdf Coordinating a Multi-Agent Team Using a Mulitple Perspective Interface Paradigm].
In Proceedings of the AAAI 2006 Spring Syposium: To Boldly Go Where No Human-Robot Team Has Gone Before. Stanford University, California. March 27-29, 2006.
 * J. W. Crandall and M. A. Goodrich. [http:faculty.cs.byu.edu/%7Emike/mikeg/papers/ICML2005_Final.pdf Learning to Compete, Compromise, and Cooperate in Repeated General-Sum Games]; Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Machine
Learning. Bonn, Germany, August 7-11. The copy of this paper that appeared in print had a significant mislabelling of axes in the plots. The version that is posted here has the figure corrected.
 

  • M. A. Goodrich, M. Quigley, and K. Cosenzo. Task Switching

and Multi-Robot Teams. Proceedings of the Third International Multi-Robot Systems Workshop, March 14-16, 2005, Washington, DC. Note that in a follow-on study we were not able to replicate the results in this paper. Consequently, the results of this paper should only be used as a motivator for future work.

  • M. A. Goodrich and M. Quigley. <a
    href="papers/GoodrichQuigleyICMLA2004.pdf">Satisficing Q-Learning:

Efficient Learning in Problems with Dichotomous Attributes</a>. Proceedings of ICML-A 2004, December 16-18, 2004, Louisville, Kentucky. Winner of best paper award.

 
 *M. A. Goodrich. Using
Models of Cognition in HRI Evaluation and Design</a>. Proceedings of the AAAI 2004 Fall Symposium Series: The Intersection of Cognitive Science and Robotics: From Interfaces to Intelligence, October 21-24, 2004, Arlington, Virginia.
 

  • J. W. Crandall and M. A. Goodrich. <a
    href="papers/FSS204CrandallJ.pdf">Learning Near-Pareto Efficient

Solutions With Minimal Knowledge Requirements Using Satisficing</a>. In

   Proceedings of the AAAI 2004 Fall
Series: Artificial Multiagent Learning, October 21-24, 2004, Arlington, Virginia.
 
 *M. A. Goodrich, E. R. Boer, J. W. Crandall, R. W. Ricks, and M.
L. Quigley. <a href=“papers/GoodrichBoerPERMIS2004.pdf”>Behavioral Entropy in Human-Robot Interaction</a>. Proceedings of PERMIS 2004. Aug 24-26, 2004, Gaithersburg, Maryland.
 
 *J. W. Crandall and M. A. Goodrich. Establishing Reputation
Using Social Committment in Repeated Games.</a> Proceedings of the AAMAS-04 Workshop on Learning and Evolution in Agent Based Systems. July 20, 2004, New York.
 *J.
W. Crandall and M. A. Goodrich. <a href=“papers/AAAISpring2004.pdf”>Multiagent Learning During On-Going Human-Machine Interactions: The Role of Reputation</a>. <i style=“”>In Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium: Interaction between Humans and Autonomous Systems over Extended Operation, <st1:date
month="3" day="22" year="2004">March 22-24, 2004, Stanford, California.

*J.M. Bradshaw, A. Acquisti, J. allen, M. Breedy, L. Bunch, N.
Chambers, L. Galescu, M. Goodrich, R. Jeffers, M. Johnson, H. Jung, S. Kulkarni, J. Lott, D. Olsen, M. Sierhuis, N. Suri, W. Taysom, G. Tonti, A. Uszok, and R. van Hoof, Teamwork-Centered Autonomy for Extended Human-Agent Interaction in Space Applications. Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium: Interaction between Humans and Autonomous Systems over Extended Operation, AAAI Press, 2004, pp. 136&#8211;140, <st1:date
month="3" day="22" year="2004">March 22-24, 2004, Stanford, California.
 *J. W. Crandall, C.W. Nielsen, and M. A. Goodrich. Towards
Predicting Robot Team Performance</a>. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, October 5-8, 2003, pp. 906-911.<br>
 
 *J. L. Stimpson and M. A. Goodrich. Learning To Cooperate in
a Social Dilemma: A Satisficing Approach to Bargaining</a>. ICML 2003 Proceedings. Washington D.C., USA, August 2003.
 

  • J. L. Stimpson and M. A. Goodrich. <a
    href="papers/StimpsonGoodrichCAAMAS2003.pdf">Nash Equilibrium or Nash

Bargaining? Choosing a Solution Concept for Multi-Agent Learning</a>. Proceedings of the 2003 AAMAS Workshop on Game Theoretic and Decision Theoretic Agents. Melbourne, Australia, July, 2003.

 *M. A. Goodrich, J. W. Crandall, and J. L. Stimpson, Neglect
Tolerant Teaming: Issues and Dilemmas</a>. In proceedings of the 2003 AAAI Spring Symposium on Human Interaction with Autonomous Systems in Complex Environments.
 *C. N. Nielsen, M. A. Goodrich, and J. W. Crandall, Experiments in
Human-Robot Teams</a>. In proceedings of the 2002 NRL Workshop on Multi-Robot Systems . Available in Eds. A. C. Schultz and L. E. Parker, MultiRobot Teams: From Swarms to Intelligent Automata. Volume 2, 2003, Kluwer Academic Publisher.
 *W. C. Stirling and M. A. Goodrich. Conditional Preferences
for Social Systems</a>. In proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics 2001.
 *J. L Stimpson, M. A. Goodrich, and L. C. Walters, Satisficing
and Learning Cooperation in the Prisoner's Dilemma</a>. Technical report version of a paper presented at 2001 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
 *W. C. Stirling, M. A. Goodrich, and D. Packard.
Satisficing Equilibria: A Non-Classical Theory of Games and Decisions. In proceedings Workshop on Decision Theoretic and Game Theoretic Agents of the Fifth European Conference on Symbolic and Quantitative Approaches to Reasoning with Uncertainty, London, July7-9, 1999.
 *W. C. Stirling, M. A. Goodrich, and R. L. Frost. Toward a
Theoretical Foundation for Multi-Agent Coordinated Decisions. In Proceedings, Second International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems, Kyoto, Japan, December 10-13 1996.

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