Plan for 2009-2010

We need to reconstruct this information since the wiki crashed and hadn't been backed up. Please start by listing what technologies you are working on long-term, and what you are working on for the November field trial.

Spencer Gardner

  • My long term goals right now are to organize tracklogs and to work on Phairwell. For the field trial I hope to get warning messages into Phairwell. Later other programs would subscribe to the broadcasts and behave accordingly. I am working on storing the tracklogs in a database to allow queries for tracklogs with given attributes.

Spencer Clark

  • Long-term I think I'm working on my GPS-related code and on Phairwell. For the field trial, I am working on some nice at-a-glance widgets for Phairwell. When/if I am finished with that, I hope to make some other changes to Phairwell.

Lanny Lin

  • Extending terrain feature-based modeling of lost person behavior. Specifically, adding trail following and intended destination to the model, and also using real GPS track logs and possibly real WiSAR scenarios for validation.
  • Integrate distribution generation with SkyDriver as a client/server component.
  • Expand the distribution generation component with interactive interface that allows the user to modify distribution dynamically.
  • Improve path-planning algorithms with coarse-to-fine and gradient descent on the Global Warming dimension to speed things up.
  • Integrate path-planning with SkyDriver as a client/server component.
  • Investigate how partial detection and seeability affect algorithms' performance.
  • (Possibly) adding time dimension to the path-planning problem.
  • Implement sliding autonomy on SkyDriver and perform user study on simulated environment. Also evaluate sliding autonomy with real field trial.
  • For November field trail, I better not integrate any of these to reduce risk.
wisar/next-year-plan.txt · Last modified: 2014/08/11 19:44 by tmburdge
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