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\section*{2. Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activities}

 \subsection*{A.  Books}
 \subsubsection*{i.  Theses}
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\begin{enumerate}

 {\em Geometric Algorithms for the Recognition of Features from Solid
   Models.}  Ph.D. Thesis, The University of Maryland at College Park.
 December 1995.  Also available as CS-TR-3564 and UMIACS-TR-95-115.
 {\em Recognition of Volumetric Features from CAD Models: Problem
   Formalization and Algorithms.}  M.S. Scholarly Paper.  Department of
 Computer Science, The University of Maryland at College Park. May 1994.
 Available as ISR TR93-41.

\end{enumerate}

 \subsubsection*{ii.  Edited Proceedings}
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\begin{enumerate}

  1. {\em Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE Symposium on Multi-Agent
   Security and Survivability}, with V.S. Subramanian.  Drexel
   University, August 30-31, 2005.
  1. {\em Proceedings of the 1996 NIST Workshop on Network-Centric
   Computer-Aided Design}, with Peter F. Brown, Stephen J. J. Smith
 and Simon Szykman.  Gaithersburg, Maryland, December 3-4, 1996.
 NIST IR 6043.
  1. {\em Proceedings of the 1996 NIST Workshop on Computer-Aided
   Process Planning and Manufacturing Engineering}, with Swee Leong
 and Michael Smith.  Gaithersburg, Maryland, June 10-11, 1996.  NIST
 IR.
  1. {\em Computer Science: A Working Partnership Joining Government,
   Industry, and Academia: A Conference Summary}.  Department of
 Computer Science and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies,
 University of Maryland at College Park.  March 30, 1994.  Available
 as CS-TR-3251 and UMIACS-TR-94-41.

\end{enumerate}

 \subsubsection*{iii.  Chapters in Books}

\begin{enumerate}

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 %% Oct 2003
 %% Oct 2004
  1. Computational Topology and Swept Volumes, with Denis Blackmore,
 Yuriy Mileyko, Ming C. Leu and Wei Sun, in {\em Geometric and
   Algorithmic Aspects of Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing},
 in the {DIMACS: Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical
   Computer Science}, Volume 67, American Mathematical Society.  Ravi
 Janardan, Michiel Smid and Debasish Dutta, Editors.  September 2005;
 ISBN: 0-8218-3628-5.
 
  1. Building and Evaluating Networked Engineering Environments, with
 Vera Zaychik, Thomas T. Hewett and Jonathan Sevy.  Chapter 16, pp
 229-235, of {\em Fourth IFIP WG 5.2 Workshop on Knowledge Intensive
   CAD (KIC-4)}, Umberto Cugini and Michael Wozny, Editors.
 International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working
 Group 5.2.  November, 2001.  Extended version of the conference
 paper (listed below).  Kluwer Academic Publishers; ISBN: 0792376196.
 %% # Virtual Manufacturing and its Relationship to Design Evaluation
 %%   and Process Planning, with Edward Lin, Ioannis Minis, Dana S. Nau.
 %%   In {\em Design Simulation and Virtual Manufacturing}, Jian Dong and
 %%   Shaw Feng, Editors.  Gordon and Breach Publishers.  Publication
 %%   pending.
 
  1. Enabling Technologies for Automated Redesign, with Dana Nau and
 James Hendler.  {\em First IFIP WG 5.2 Workshop on Knowledge
   Intensive CAD (KIC-1)}, T. Tomiyama, M. M\"{a}ntyl\"{a}, and S.
 Finger, Editors.  International Federation for Information
 Processing (IFIP) Working Group 5.2.  Kluwer Academic Publishers,
 1996.  ISBN 0412729105.  pp. 455-463.
 
  1. A Methodology for Systematic Generation and Evaluation of
 Alternative Operation Plans, with Satyandra K. Gupta, Dana S. Nau,
 and Guangming Zhang.  {\em Advances in Feature Based
   Manufacturing,}\ Jami J.\ Shah, Martti M\"{a}ntyl\"{a}, Dana S.
 Nau, Editors.  Elsevier/North Holland, 1994, pp. 161-184.  Also
 available as and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/FBM_chapter3.ps}}.
  1. Boundary Representation Based Feature Identification, with Mark
 R. Henderson, Gopal Srinath, Roger Stage, and Kim Walker.  {\em
   Advances in Feature Based Manufacturing,}\ Jami J.\ Shah, Martti
 M\"{a}ntyl\"{a}, Dana S. Nau, Editors.  Elsevier/North Holland,
 1994.

\end{enumerate}

 \subsection*{B.  Journal Publications}
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 \subsubsection*{i.  Refereed Articles}
 

\begin{enumerate}

  1. An Approach to Service Discovery in Dynamic Environments, with
 Joseph Kopena and Evan A.  Sultanik.  Submitted to {\em ACM
   Transactions on Internet Technology}, and presently under review.
  1. Clustering Graphs as Primitive Data Elements, with Mitchell
 Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  Submitted to the {\em IEEE
   Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering} and currently
 under review.
  1. The Secure Wireless Agent Testbed: An Integration of Mobile
 Agents, Security, and Ad Hoc Wireless Networking, Gustave Anderson,
 Donovan Artz, Vincent A.\ Cicirello, Moshe Kam, Nicholas Morizio,
 Andrew Mroczkowski, Max Peysakhov, William Regli and Evan Sultanik.
 Submitted to {\em IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics
   --- Part A: Systems} and currently under review.
  1. Local Feature Extraction and Matching Partial Objects, with
 Dmitriy Bespalov and Ali Shokoufandeh.  Accepted to {\em Computer
   Aided Design} special issue on ``Shape Matching in CAD/CAM and
 presently in press.
  1. A 3D Object Classifier for Discriminating Manufacturing
 Processes, with Cheuk Yiu Ip.  Accepted to the {\em International
   Journal of Systems \& Applications in Computer Graphics} (a.k.a.
 ``Computers \& Graphics) special issue on ``Mesh Analysis and
 presently in press.
  1. Hierarchical Role-based Viewing for Multi-level Information
 Security in Collaborative CAD, with Christopher D. Cera, Ilya
 Braude, Taeseong Kim, JungHyun Han.  {\em ASME/ACM Transactions,
   Journal of Computer and Information Science in Engineering}.
 Volume 6, Number 1, March 2006.  pp. 2--10.
  1. Multi-Level Modeling and Access Control for Secure Collaborative
 Design, with Taeseong Kim, JungHyun Han, Christopher D. Cera,
 Hyunseung Choo.   {\em Advanced Engineering Informatics}, Volume 20,
 Issue 1, January 2006, pp. 47--57.
  1. Homogenization of Heterogeneous Tissue Scaffold: A comparison of
 mechanics, asymptotic homogenization, and finite element approach,
 with Z. Fang, C. Yan, W. Sun, A. Shokoufandeh.  {\em Journal of
   Applied Bionics and Biomechanics}, Volume 2, Number 1, pp. 17--29,
 2005.

  1. Service-Based Computing on MANETs: Enabling Dynamic
 Interoperability of First Responders, with Vincent Cicirello, Iris
 Howley, Moshe Kam, Joseph Kopena, Gaurav Naik, William Regli, Evan
 Sultanik.  {\em IEEE Intelligent Systems}, Volume 20, Number 5,
 September/October 2005.  Pages 17--25.  Special Issue on ``Artificial
 Intelligence in Homeland Security.  Also featured in {\em IEEE
   Distributed Systems Online}, Volume 6, Number 11, November, 2005.
 {\tt http://dsonline.computer.org.}
  1. Computer-Aided Design of Porous Artifacts, with Craig Schroeder,
 Ali Shokoufandeh and Wei Sun.  The {\em Journal of Computer Aided
   Design}, Special Issue on Heterogeneous Modeling, Vadim Shapiro
 and Alexander Pasko, Editors. Volume 37, Number 3, March 2005, pp.
 339--353.
  1. Designing Dependable Agent Systems for Mobile Wireless Networks,
 with Vincent Cicirello, Maxim Peysakhov, Gustave Anderson, Gaurav
 Naik, Kenneth Tsang, and Moshe Kam.  {\em IEEE Intelligent Systems},
 Volume 19, Number 5, September/October 2004.  Pages 39--45.  Special
 Issue on ``Dependable Agent Systems.
  1. Role-based Viewing Envelopes for Information Protection in
 Collaborative Modeling, with Christopher D. Cera, Taesong Kim and
 JungHyun Han.  {\em Journal of Computer Aided Design} Special issue
 on Collaborative Design edited by Jerry Y. H. Fuh and Andrew Y. C.
 Nee.  Volume 36, Number 8, August 2004.  Pages 873--886.
  1. Functional Modeling of Engineering Designs for the Semantic Web,
 with Joseph B. Kopena.  {\em IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin}, IEEE
 Computer Society.  Volume 26, Number 4, December, 2003.  pp 55--62.
 Issue theme: ``Making the Semantic Web Real, Umeshwar Dayal,
 Harumi Kuno, Kevin Wilkinson, Editors.  {\tt
   ftp://ftp.research.microsoft.com/pub/debull/A03DEC-CD.pdf}
  1. Scale-space Representation and Classification of 3D Models, with
 Dmitriy Bespalov, Ali Shokoufandeh and Wei Sun.  {\em ASME/ACM
   Transactions, Journal of Computer and Information Science in
   Engineering}.  Special issue sponsored by ASME and ACM of invited
 papers from the {\em Eighth ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling
   and Applications}.  Volume 3, Issue 4, December 2003.  pp 315--324.
  1. A Study in Applying Case-Based Reasoning to Engineering Design:
 Mechanical Bearing Design, with Xiaoli Qin.  {\em Journal of
   Artificial Intelligence in Engineering Design, Analysis and
   Manufacturing (AI-EDAM)}, special issue sponsored by AAAI SIGMAN,
 Volume 17, Number 3, June 2003.  pp. 235--252.
  1. DAMLJessKB: A Tool for Reasoning with the Semantic Web, with
 Joseph Kopena.  {\em IEEE Intelligent Systems}, (``Semantic Web
 Column), Volume 18, Number 3, May-June, 2003, pp. 74--77.
  1. Using Assembly Representations to Enable Evolutionary Design of
 Lego Structures, with Maxim Peysakhov.  {\em Journal of Artificial
   Intelligence in Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing
   (AI-EDAM)}, Volume 17, Number 2, April 2003.  pp 155--168.
  1. Capturing Communication and Context in the Software Project
 Lifecycle, with Vera Zaychik.  {\em Research in Engineering Design},
 Volume 14, 2003, pp. 75--88.
 
  1. An Approach to Feature-based Comparison of Solid Models of
 Machined Parts, with Vincent Cicirello.  {\em Journal of Artificial
   Intelligence in Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing
   (AI-EDAM)}, Volume 16, Issue 6, 2002, pp. 385--399.
 
  1. A Multi-User 3D Environment for Collaborative Authoring of
 Design Semantics, with Christopher Cera, Ilya Braude, Cheryl Foster,
 and Yuri Shapirstein.  {\em IEEE Computer Graphics and
   Applications}, Special Issue on ``Graphics in Advanced
 Computer-Aided Design.  Edited by John Dill, Carl Machover, and
 Frank Bliss.  Volume 22, Number 3, May/June 2002. pp.  43--55.
  1. Solid Model Databases: Techniques and Empirical Results, with
 David McWherter, Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  {\em
   ASME/ACM Transactions, Journal of Computer and Information Science
   in Engineering}.  Volume 1, Issue 4, December 2001, pp 300--310.
 Special issue sponsored by ASME and ACM on ``Applications of Solid
 Modeling in Product Development, a selection of invited papers
 from the {\em Sixth ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling and
   Applications}.
 
  1. A student project in software evaluation, with Michael F.
 Czajkowski, Cheryl V. Foster, Thomas T. Hewett, Joseph A. Casacio
 and Heike A. Sperber.  {\em ACM SIGCSE Bulletin}, Volume 33, Number
 3, September 2001, pp 13--16.  ISSN 0097-8418.  In a collection of
 papers from the 2001 {\em Conference on Integrating Technology into
   Computer Science Education}.
  1. An Approach to Capturing Structure, Behavior and Function of
 Artifacts in Computer-Aided Design, with Lisa P. Anthony, Jon E.
 John and Santiago V.  Lombeyda.  {\em ASME/ACM Transactions, Journal
   of Computer and Information Science in Engineering}.  Volume 1,
 Issue 2, June 2001.  pp. 186--192.
 
  1. The Role of Knowledge in Next-Generation Product Development
 Systems, with Ram D. Sriram and Simon Szykman.  {\em Transactions of
   the ASME, the Journal of Computer and Information Science in
   Engineering} (now the {\em ASME/ACM Transactions, Journal of
   Computer and Information Science in Engineering}), Volume 1,
 Number 1, March, 2001.  pp. 3--11.
 
  1. Algorithms for Feature Recognition from Solid Models: A Status
 Report, with Jung-Hyun Han and Michael Pratt.  {\em IEEE
   Transactions on Robotics and Automation}.  Volume 16, Number 5,
 December 2000, pp. 782--796.
 
  1. A Survey of Design Rationale Systems: Approaches,
 Representation, Capture and Retrieval, with Xiaochun Hu, Michael
 Atwood and Wei Sun.  {\em Engineering with Computers: An
   International Journal for Simulation-Based Engineering}, Special
 Issue on Computer Aided Engineering in Honor of Professor Steven J.
 Fenves.  Edited by Kincho H. Law, Ram D.\ Sriram and James Garrett.
 Volume 16, Issue 3/4, December 2000.  pp. 209--235.
 
  1. Building an IP Network Quality-of-Service Testbed, with David
 McWherter and Jonathan Sevy.  {\em IEEE Internet Computing}, Volume
 4, Number 4, July/August, 2000.  pp. 65--73.
 
  1. Managing Digital Libraries for Computer-Aided Design, with
 Vincent Cicirello.  {\em Journal of Computer Aided Design}, Volume
 32, Issue 2, February 2000. pp. 119--132.  Special Issue on ``CAD
 After 2000, Mohsen Rezyat, Editor.
  1. Hint-Based Reasoning for Feature Recognition: Status Report,
 with JungHyun Han and Steve Brooks.  {\em Journal of Computer Aided
   Design}.  November 1998, Vol 30, No 13, pp. 1003--1007.
 
  1. IMACS: A Case Study in Real-World Planning, with Satyandra K.
 Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em IEEE Intelligent Systems and
   Applications} (formerly {\em IEEE Expert and Intelligent
   Systems}). May/June 1998, Volume 13, Number 3, pp. 49--60.
  1. A Repository of Designs for Process and Assembly Planning, with
 Daniel M. Gaines.  {\em Journal of Computer Aided Design}.  Volume
 29, Number 12, December 1997, pp. 895--905.  An earlier version is
 available as NIST Interagency Report \#5982.
  1. Automated Manufacturability Analysis: A Survey, with Diganta
 Das, Satyandra K. Gupta, and Dana S. Nau.  {\em Research in
   Engineering Design}. Volume 9, Number 3, 1997, pp. 168--190.  Also
 available as NIST IR \#5713, CS-TR-3404, UMIACS-TR-95-08,
 ISR-TR-95-14 and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_95-14.ps}}.
 
  1. Internet-Enabled Computer-Aided Design. {\em IEEE Internet
   Computing}, January-February 1997, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 39--51.
  1. Towards Multi-Processor Feature Recognition, with Satyandra K.
 Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em Journal of Computer Aided Design},
 Volume 29, Number 1, January 1997, pp. 37--51.  Also available as
 NIST IR \#5706, CS-TR-3375, UMIACS-TR-94-126, ISR-TR-94-82 and URL
 {\tt \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_FR-94-82.ps}}.
  1. Extracting Alternative Machining Features: An Algorithmic
 Approach, with Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em Research
   in Engineering Design}. Volume 7, Number 3, pp. 173--192, 1995.
 Also available as CS-TR-3329, UMIACS-TR-94-95, ISR-TR94-55, and URL
 {\tt \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_94-55.ps}}.
  1. Building MRSEV Models for CAM Applications, with Satyandra K.
 Gupta, Thomas R.\ Kramer, Dana S. Nau, and Guangming Zhang.  {\em
   Advances in Engineering Software}, 1994, Volume 20, Number 2/3,
 pp. 121--139.  Special issue on Feature-Based Design and
 Manufacturing.  Also available as CS-TR-3331, UMIACS-94-97,
 ISR-TR93-84, and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_93-84.ps}}.
 
  1. Integrating DFM with CAD Through Design Critiquing, with
 Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau. {\em Concurrent Engineering:
   Research and Applications}, 1994, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 85--95.
 Special issue on AI in Concurrent Engineering.  Also available as
 CS-TR-3330, UMIACS-TR-94-96, ISR-TR94-11, and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_94-11.ps}}.

\end{enumerate}


 \subsubsection*{ii.  Edited Issues of Refereed Publications}
 

\begin{enumerate}

  1. {\em Journal of Computer-Aided Design}, special issue on {\em
   Shape Similarity Detection and Search for CAD/CAE Applications }.
 Elsevier Science Ltd.  September 2006.  Edited with Michela
 Spagnuolo.
  1. {\em Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Design,
   Analysis and Manufacturing} (AI-EDAM), a special issue ``AI in
 Manufacturing: State of the Art, sponsored by the American
 Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Special Interest
 Group on AI in Manufacturing (SIGMAN).  Cambridge University Press.
 2003.  Edited with Daniel Gaines.
  1. {\em Journal of Computer-Aided Design}, special issue on {\em
   Feature-Based Manufacturing}.  Elsevier Science Ltd.  Volume 33,
 Issue 9, August 2001.  Edited with Satyandra K. Gupta.
  1. {\em IEEE Internet Computing}, special issue on {\em Knowledge
   Networking}.  IEEE Press.  Volume 4, Number 5, September-October,
 2000.  Edited with Frank Maurer.
 
  1. {\em Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Design,
   Analysis and Manufacturing} (AI-EDAM), a special issue ``AI in
 Manufacturing: State of the Art, sponsored by the American
 Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Special Interest
 Group on AI in Manufacturing (SIGMAN).  Cambridge University Press.
 Volume 14, Number 4.  September, 2000.
 
  1. {\em Journal of Computer-Aided Design}, special issue on {\em
   Network-Centric Computer-Aided Design}.  Elsevier Science Ltd.
 Volume 30, Number 6.  June/July, 1998. Edited with Jai Menon.
  1. {\em IEEE Internet Computing}, special issue on {\em Intranets}.
 IEEE Press.  Volume 1, Number 5, September-October, 1997.
 
  1. {\em The Communications of the ACM}, special issue on {\em
   Computer Science in Manufacturing}.  Association for Computing
 Machinery, Volume 39, Number 2, February 1996.  Edited with Michael
 Wozny.

\end{enumerate}


 \subsubsection*{ii.  Refereed\footnote{Where available, acceptance
     rate data are given for event.} Conference Papers,
   Contributed Talks, Etc.}
%% 2005
 

\begin{enumerate}


  1. A Reference Model for Agent-Based Command and Control Systems,
 with Christopher J. Dugan, Pragnesh Jay Modi, Israel Mayk.  {\em
   25th Army Science Conference (ASC)}, Orlando, Florida, November
 27-30, 2006.  (91 submissions, 15 accepted papers, acceptance rate 14\%).
 
  1. On Modeling Multi-Agent Task Scheduling as a Distributed
 Constraint Optimization Problem, with Evan Sultanik and P. Jay Modi.
 {\em Twentieth International Joint Conference on Artificial
   Intelligence}, Hyderabad, India, January 6-12, 2007.  (1353
 submissions, 212 accepted for oral presentation, acceptance rate 16\%).
 
  1. Constraint Propagation for Domain Bounding in C\_TAEMS Task
 Scheduling, with Evan Sultanik and P. Jay Modi.  {\em 12th
   International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint
   Programming}, September 24-29, 2006, Nantes, France.
  1. CAD Archives Based on OAIS, with Joseph Kopena and Joshua
 Shaffer.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
   Computers and Information Science in Engineering (ASME DETC CIE
   2006)}, September 10--13, 2006, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
 DETC2006-99675.
  1. The Case for a Reference Model for Agent-Based Systems with
 Pragnesh Jay Modi and Israel Mayk, {\em IEEE Workshop on Distributed
   Intelligent Systems ``Collective Intelligence and its
   Applications}, Knowledge Systems for Coalition Operations Track,
 Prague, Czech Republic. June 15--16, 2006.  (58 papers out of 80
 submissions).
 
  1. Towards a Reference Model for Intelligent Agent Systems, with
 Pragnesh Jay Modi, Spiros Mancoridis, William M. Mongan, and Israel
 Mayk.  {\em Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous
   Agents and Multi-agent Systems (AAMAS 2006)}, Future University,
 Hakodate, Japan, 8--12 May 2006.  Full Paper, Industry Track.
 
  1. Quorum Sensing on Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, with Maxim Peysakhov,
 Christopher Dugan and Pragnesh Jay Modi. Poster Paper.  {\em Fifth
   International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and
   Multi-agent Systems (AAMAS 2006)}, Future University, Hakodate,
 Japan, 8--12 May 2006.  Short Paper.  550 submissions, 127 full
 papers, 135 short papers.  Acceptance rate for short papers 45\%.

%% %% 2005 %%

  1. Swept Volume Representation of Material Deposition Processes for
 Tissue Scaffold Fabrication, with Jei Li and Wei Sun.  {\em ASME
   Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Design for Manufacturing
   and the Life Cycle (ASME DETC DFM 2005)}, September 24--28, 2005,
 Long Beach, California, USA.  Paper DETC2005-85278
 
  1. Conceptual Design Knowledge Management and the Semantic Web,
 with Joseph Kopena and Christopher Cera.  {\em ASME Design
   Engineering Technical Conferences, 25th Computers and Information
   in Engineering Conference (ASME DETC CIE)}.  September 24--28,
 2005, Long Beach, California, USA.  Paper DETC2005-85310.
 
  1. Web Service Interfaces for Design Repositories, with Joseph
 Kopena and Joshua Shaffer.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical
   Conferences, 25th Computers and Information in Engineering
   Conference (ASME DETC CIE)}.  September 24--28, 2005, Long Beach,
 California, USA.  Paper DETC2005-85386.
 
  1. Designing decentralized software for a wireless network
 environment: evaluating patterns of mobility for a mobile agent
 swarm, with Andy Mroczkowski and Vincent Cicirello.  {\em IEEE 2nd
   Symposium on Multi-Agent Security and Survivability}, August
 30-31, 2005, pp 49--57.  Philadelphia, PA.  (45\% acceptance rate).
 
  1. Agent survivability through power awareness, with Maxim
 Peysakhov, Andy Mroczkowski, Leonardo F. Urbano, Jacob Warren,
 Vincent Cicirello and Moshe Kam.  {\em IEEE 2nd Symposium on
   Multi-Agent Security and Survivability}, August 30-31, 2005, pp
 31--38.  Philadelphia, PA.  (45\% acceptance rate).
 
  1. A Framework for Communication Planning on Mobile Devices, with
 Joseph Kopena.  {\em Nineteenth International Joint Conference on
   Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2005)}, Edinburgh, Scotland, July
 30 to August 5, 2005.  Poster Paper.  (Acceptance rate 22\%, 112 out
 of 514 poster submissions).
 
  1. Stable Service Placement on Dynamic Peer-to-Peer Networks: A
 Heuristic for the Distributed k-Center Problem, with Evan A.
 Sultanik (Poster Paper).  {\em Proceedings of the Twentieth National
   Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2005)}, July 9-13,
 2005, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  AAAI Press.  (803 submissions, 223
 accepted papers and 75 accepted posters, overall 37\% rate for
 posters).
 
  1. An Ecological Approach to Agent Population Management with Maxim
 D. Peysakhov, Robert N. Lass, and Moshe Kam (Poster Paper).  {\em
   Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial
   Intelligence (AAAI 2005)}, July 9-13, 2005, Pittsburgh,
 Pennsylvania.  AAAI Press.  (803 submissions, 223 accepted papers
 and 75 accepted posters, overall 37\% rate for posters).  

%% Maxim D. Peysakhov, Robert N. Lass, William C. Regli, and Moshe Kam

  1. Stability and Control of Agent Ecosystems with Maxim Peysakhov
 and Robert Lass.  Poster Paper.  {\em Fourth International Joint
   Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent Systems (AAMAS
   2005)}, Utrecht University, 25--29 July 2005.  (Acceptance rate
 for full papers 24\%, posters 23\%).
 
  1. Service-Based Computing for Agents on Disruption and Delay Prone
 Networks with Joseph Kopena, Guarav Naik, Maxim Peysakhov, and Evan
 Sultanik.  Poster Paper.  {\em Fourth International Joint Conference
   on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2005)}, Utrecht
 University, 25--29 July 2005.  (Acceptance rate for full papers
 24\%, posters 23\%).
 
  1. A Computer-aided Multi-scale Modeling and Direct Fabrication of
 Bone Structure, with Zhibing Fang, Binil Starly, Wei Sun and Ali
 Shoukfandeh.  2005 International CAD Conference and Exhibition, June
 20-24, Bangkok, Thailand.  Computer-Aided Design \& Applications,
 Volume 2, Number 5, pp. 627-634.
  1. Content-Based Classification of CAD Models with Supervised
 Learning with Cheuk Yiu Ip.  2005 International CAD Conference and
 Exhibition, June 20-24, Bangkok, Thailand.  Computer-Aided Design \&
 Applications, Volume 2, Number 5,, pp. 609-617.
 
  1. Three-Dimensional Reconstruction for Medical-CAD Modeling, with
 Binil Starly, Zhibing Fang, Wei Sun and Ali Shoukfandeh.  2005
 International CAD Conference and Exhibition, June 20-24, Bangkok,
 Thailand.  Computer-Aided Design \& Applications, Volume 2, Numbers
 1-4, pp. 431-438.
 
  1. Stochastic Microgeometry for Displacement Mapping, with Craig A.
 Schroeder, David E. Breen, and Christopher D. Cera.  International
 Conference on Shape Modeling and Applications (SMI2005), 15--17 June
 2005, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA.  pp. 164--173
 
  1. Manufacturing Classification of CAD Models Using Curvature and
 SVMs, with Cheuk Yiu Ip.  International Conference on Shape Modeling
 and Applications (SMI2005), 15--17 June 2005, MIT, Cambridge, MA,
 USA.  pp. 361--365.
  1. Benchmarking Search Techniques for CAD, with Dmitriy Bespalov.
 Cheuk Yiu Ip and Joshua Shaffer.  2005 ACM Symposium on Solid and
 Physical Modeling (SPM) June 13--15, 2005, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA.
 pp. 275--286.
 
  1. Network Awareness and the Philadelphia Area Urban Wireless
 Network Testbed, with Joseph B. Kopena, Vincent A. Cicirello, Maxim
 Peysakhov, Kris Malfettone, Andrew Mroczkowski, Gaurav Naik, Evan
 Sultanik, Moshe Kam, and William C.  Regli.  2005 AAAI Spring
 Symposium on AI Technologies for Homeland Security, Technical Report
 SS-05-01, pages 70--75. AAAI Press.  March 21--23, 2005, Stanford
 University, CA.
 
  1. Ant Inspired Server Population Management in a Service-Based
 Computing Environment, with Maxim Peysakhov, in the {\em IEEE Swarm
   Intelligence Symposium}, June 8-10, 2005, pp 357--364, Pasadena,
 California.  {\bf BEST APPLICATION PAPER AWARD.}
 
  1. The Mobile Wireless Philadelphia Area Testbed, with Gustave
 Anderson, Gaurav Naik, and Moshe Kam.  in the {\em 12th Annual
   Network and Distributed System Security Symposium}, Catamaran
 Resort Hotel, San Diego, California, 3--4 February 2005.
 %% 2004
 
  1. Two-Phase Structure Representation And Design: Tissue Engineered
 3-D Construct Connectivity Study with C. Gomez, M.F. Demirci, A.
 Shokoufandeh and S. Wei.  {\em Biomedical Engineering Society Annual
   Fall Meeting}, October 13--16, 2004.  Philadelphia, PA.  Paper \#
 1148.
 
  1. Local Feature Extraction Using Scale-Space Decomposition, with
 Dmitriy Bespalov, Ali Shokoufandeh and Wei Sun, {\em ASME Design
   Engineering Technical Conferences, 24th Computers and Information
   in Engineering Conference (CIE)}, Sep. 28--Oct. 2, 2004 in Salt
 Lake City, Utah.  Paper DETC2004-57702.
 
  1. Network Awareness for Agent Security in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks,
 Donovan Artz and Maxim Peysakhov and William Regli and Evan
 Sultanik, {\em The Third International Joint Conference on
   Autonomous Agents \& Multi Agent Systems}.  New York, July 19--23,
 2004.  24\% conference paper acceptance rate.
 
  1. Service Discovery on Dynamic Peer-to-Peer Networks Using Mobile
 Agents, Evan A. Sultanik and William C. Regli, {\em Proceedings of
   the Third International Workshop on Agents and Peer-to-Peer
   Computing}, AAMAS2004.  New York, July 19-23, 2004. Lecture Notes
 in Computer Science, Springer.
 
  1. Distributed Hash Tables with Mobile Agents, Michael Thomas and
 William C. Regli, {\em Proceedings of the Third International
   Workshop on Agents and Peer-to-Peer Computing}, AAMAS2004.  New
 York, July 19-23, 2004. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer.
  1. Image Based Bio-CAD Modeling and Its Applications to Biomedical
 and Tissue Engineering, with B. Starly, A. Darling, C. Gomez, J.
 Nam, W.  Sun , A. Shokoufandeh.  {\em Ninth ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium
   on Solid Modeling and Applications}, Genova, Italy.  June 7-11,
 2004.  Poster paper.  Acceptance rate 40\%.
 
  1. Tissue engineered constructs: connectivity study for three
 dimensional two-phase structures, with C. Gomez, M.F. Demirci, A.
 Shokoufandeh, W. Sun, {\em Proceedings of the IEEE 30th Annual
   Northeast Bioengineering Conference}, April 17-18, 2004, pages
 132-133.
 
  1. A Secure Wireless Agent-based Testbed, with Gustave Anderson,
 Leonardo Urbano, Gaurav Naik, David Dorsey, Andrew Mroczkowski,
 Donovan Artz, Nicholas Morizio, Andrew Burnheimer, Kris Malfetone,
 Dan Lapadat, Evan Sultanik Saturnino Garcia, Max Peysakhov and Moshe
 Kam.  {\em Second IEEE International Information Assurance
   Workshop}, April 8th-9th, 2004.  Acceptance rate 39\%.
 %% 2003
 
  1. Multi-Resolution Modeling in Collaborative Design, with Taesong
 Kim, Christopher D. Cera, and Jung Hyun Han.  The Eighteenth
 International Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences (ISCIS
 XVIII), Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
 November 3-5, 2003, Antalya, Turkey.  Acceptance rate 33\%.
  1. DAMLJessKB: A Tool for Reasoning with the Semantic Web, with
 Joseph Kopena.  Accepted to the {\em 2nd International Semantic Web
   Conference (ISWC2003)}.  20-23 October 2003, Sanibel Island,
 Florida, USA.  24\% conference acceptance rate (205 submissions, 49
 accepted papers).
 %% LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE  (2870) , 628-643. Issue 2870, 2003, Pages 628-643  
 
  1. Design Repositories for the Semantic Web with Description-Logic
 Enabled Services, with Joseph Kopena.  {\em Semantic Web and
   Databases Workshop.} Co-located with VLDB 2003 Berlin, Germany
 September 7-8, 2003.  27 papers accepted out of 70 submissions (38\%
 acceptance rate).
 
  1. Hierarchical Role-Based Viewing for Secure Collaborative CAD,
 with Christopher D. Cera, Taesong Kim and JungHyun Han.  {\em ASME
   Design Engineering Technical Conferences, 23d Computers and
   Information in Engineering Conference}, DETC-2003/CIE-48277, Chicago,
 Illinois, September 2-6, 2003.  (Acceptance rate approximately 60\%).
 
  1. Extensible Semantics for Representing Electromechanical
 Assemblies, with Joe Kopena.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical
   Conferences, 23d Computers and Information in Engineering Conference},
 DETC-2003/CIE-48233 Chicago, Illinois, September 2-6, 2003.
 (Acceptance rate approximately 60\%).
 
  1. Reeb-Graph Shape Matching for CAD, with Dmitiry Bespalov and Ali
 Shokoufandeh.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
   23d Computers and Information in Engineering Conference},
 DETC-2003/CIE-48194, Chicago, Illinois September 2-6, 2003.
 (Acceptance rate approximately 60\%).
 
  1. Network Meta-Reasoning for Information Assurance in Mobile Agent
 Systems (poster paper), with Donovan Artz and Maxim Peysakhov.  {\em
   International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence
   (IJCAI)}, August 9-15, 2003.  Acapulco, MX.  pp. 1455-1457.  26\%
 overall conference acceptance rate (papers + posters; over 1200
 submitted papers/posters).
 
  1. Secure Mobile Agents on Ad Hoc Wireless Networks, with Evan
 Sultanik et al, {\em Innovative Applications of Artificial
   Intelligence Conference (IAAI)}.  August 11-13, 2003.  Acapulco,
 MX.  pp. 129-136.  Acceptance rate 23\%.
 
  1. Scale-space Representation of 3D Models and Topological
 Matching, with Dmitriy Bespalov, Ali Shokoufandeh and Wei Sun.  {\em
   Eighth ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications},
 Gershon Elber and Vadim Shapiro, Editors.  June 16-20, 2003.
 Seattle, WA.  pp 208-215.  25 full papers, 15 posters, 4 emerging
 results papers out of 80 submitted papers.
 
  1. Representation of Porous Artifacts for Bio-Medical Applications,
 with Craig Schroeder, Ali Shokoufandeh and Wei Sun.  {\em Eighth
   ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications},
 Gershon Elber and Vadim Shapiro, Editors.  June 16-20, 2003.
 Seattle, WA.  pp. 254-257.  (Emerging Concepts paper), 25 full
 papers, 15 posters, 4 emerging results papers out of 80 submitted
 papers.
 
  1. Automated Learning of Model Classifications, with Cheuk Yiu Ip,
 Leonard Sieger and Ali Shokoufandeh.  {\em Eighth ACM/SIGGRAPH
   Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications}, Gershon Elber and
 Vadim Shapiro, Editors.  June 16-20, 2003.  Seattle, WA.  pp.
 322-327.  (Poster Paper).  25 full papers, 15 posters, 4 emerging
 results papers out of 80 submitted papers.
 
  1. Asymptotic homogenization based process for characterization of
 tissue scaffold, with Z. Fang, C. Yan, W.  Sun and A.  Shokoufandeh,
 {\em Proceedings of 29th Annual IEEE Bioengineering Conference},
 22-23 March 2003, New Jersey Institute of Technology, pp. 227-228.
 %% 2002
 
  1. Representation and design of heterogeneous tissue structures,
 with W.  Sun and A.  Shokoufandeh, {\em 2002 Winter Biotechnology
   Conference in Tissue Engineering (CSHL)}, Cold Spring, NY,
 November 22, 2002.
 
  1. Using Shape Distributions to Compare Solid Models, with Cheuk
 Yiu Ip, Daniel Lapadat and Leonard Sieger.  {\em Seventh
   ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications},
 Hans-Peter Seidel, Editor.  June 17-21, 2002.  Saarbrucken, Germany.
 pp. 273-280.  (Poster paper).  20 papers, 15 posters out of 100
 submissions. 
 %% 15 posters; 20 papers; 100 submissions
 %% 2001
 
  1. Collaborative Sketching of NURBS Surfaces, with Cheryl Foster
 and Yuriy Shapirshteyn.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical
   Conferences, 21st Computers and Information in Engineering Conference}.
 September 9-12, 2001.  Pittsburgh, PA.  DETC2001/CIE-21256.
 
  1. Integrating Design Process Knowledge with CAD Models, with Erik
 E.  Hayes.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
   21st Computers and Information in Engineering Conference}.  September
 9-12, 2001.  Pittsburgh, PA.  DETC2001/CIE-21247.  
 
  1. Transformation Invariant Similarity Assessment of Solid Models,
 with David McWherter, Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.
 {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Sixth Design for
   Manufacturing Conference}.  David O. Kazmer, Editor.  September
 9-12, 2001.  Pittsburgh, PA.  DETC2001/DFM-21191.  
 
  1. A Student Project in Software Evaluation, with Michael F.
 Czajkowski, Cheryl V. Foster, Thomas T. Hewett, Joseph A. Casacio,
 and H. A. Sperber.  {\em Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference on
   Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education}.  ACM
 SIGCSE and SIGCUE.  ACM Press.  June 25-28, 2001.  Canterbury, UK.
 ACM Press, New York.  ISSN 0097-8418.  pp. 13-16.
 
  1. Representation and Capture of Temporal Change in Solid Models,
 with Erik E.  Hayes and Jonathan Sevy.  {\em Sixth ACM/SIGGRAPH
   Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications}, Deba Dutta and
 Hans-Peter Seidel, Editors.  June 4-8, 2001.  Ann Arbor, MI.  pp.
 317-318.  (Poster paper).  30 papers and 15 posters accepted out of
 approximately 100 papers.
 
  1. Techniques for Indexing and Clustering of Solid Models, with
 David McWherter, Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  {\em Sixth
   ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications}, Deba
 Dutta and Hans-Peter Seidel, Editors.  June 4-8, 2001.  Ann Arbor,
 MI.  pp.  78-87. 30 papers and 15 posters accepted out of
 approximately 100 papers.
 %% 30 papers accepted of 90+ submissions
  1. Machining Feature-Based Comparisons of Mechanical Parts, with
 Vincent Cicirello.  {\em International Conference on Shape Modeling
   and Applications}, Sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH, the Computer Graphics
 Society and EUROGRAPHICS.  IEEE Computer Society Press.  Genoa,
 Italy, May 7-11, 2001.  pp. 176-185.    30 papers where accepted of
 67 submitted. 
 %% 30 papers where accepted of 67
 %% 2000
 
  1. Software Architecture to Facilitate Automated Message Recording
 and Context Annotation, with Erik E. Hayes, David McWherter,
 Jonathan Sevy and Vera Zaychik.  {\em Network Intelligence:
   Internet-Based Manufacturing, Proceedings of the International
   Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), Volume 4208}.  Boston, MA.
 November 5-8, 2000.
  1. A Collaborative Design Studio, with Jonathan Sevy and Vera
 Zaychik.  {\em Co-Designing 2000 Conference} (Adjunct Proceedings),
 Stephen A. R.  Scrivener, Linden J. Ball and Andree Woodcock,
 Editors.  Coventry University, U.K., 11-13 September, 2000.  ISBN 0-905949-93-5.  pp. 117-121.
 
  1. Building Internet-Based Virtual Environments Collaborative
 Design, with Yuriy Shapirshteyn, Cheryl V. Foster, Jon E. John and
 Lisa P. Anthony.  {\em Co-Designing 2000 Conference},  Stephen A. R.
 Scrivener, Linden J. Ball and Andree Woodcock, Editors.   Coventry
 University, U.K., 11-13 September, 2000.  pp. 117-122.
 
  1. A Survey on Design Rationale: Representation, Capture and
 Retrieval, with Xiaochun Hu, Jun Pang, Yan Pang, Michael Atwood and
 Wei Sun {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Fifth
   Design for Manufacturing Conference}.  Michael Yang, Editor.
 September 10-14, 2000.  Baltimore, Maryland.  DETC2000/DFM-14008.
 
  1. Applying Case-Based Reasoning to Mechanical Bearing Design, with
 Xiaoli Qin.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
   Fifth Design for Manufacturing Conference}.  Michael Yang, Editor.
 September 10-14, 2000.  Baltimore, Maryland.  DETC2000/DFM-14011.
 
  1. Using Graph-Grammars and Genetic Algorithms to Represent and
 Evolve Lego Assemblies, with Maxim Peysakhov and Vlada Galinskaya.
 {\em Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO 2000)}.
 Las Vegas, NV.  Late breaking results paper.  pp. 269-275.  Morgan
 Kaufmann Publishers, San Francisco, CA
  1. Genetic Algorithms for Optimization of Lego Assemblies, with
 Maxim Peysakhov and Vlada Galinskaya.  {\em Proceedings of the
   Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO 2000)}.
 Darrell Whitley, David Goldberg, Erick Cantu-Paz, Lee Spector, Ian
 Parmee, Hans-Georg Beyer, Editors.  July 10-12, Las Vegas, NV.
 (Poster paper).  p.  968.  Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, San
 Francisco, CA
  1. Evaluating Collaborative Engineering Environments, with Vera
 Zaychik, Thomas Hewett and Jon Sevy.  {\em IEEE Eighth International
   Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for
   Collaborative Enterprises (WET ICE 2000)} Workshop on Evaluation
 of Collaborative Enterprises, June 14-16, 2000, National Institute
 of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.  pp.
 118-124.
 
  1. Populating and Interacting with Large Design Knowledge-Bases.
 {\em Proceedings of the Fourth IFIP WG 5.2 Workshop on Knowledge
   Intensive CAD (KIC-4)}, Umberto Cugini and Michael Wozny, Editors.
 International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working
 Group 5.2.  May 22-24, 2000. The University of Parma, Parma, Italy.
 (Extended Abstract).  pp. 38-39.
  1. Issues in Building and Evaluating Networked Engineering
 Environments, with Vera Zaychik, Thomas T. Hewett and Jonathan Sevy
 {\em Proceedings of the Fourth IFIP WG 5.2 Workshop on Knowledge
   Intensive CAD (KIC-4)}, Umberto Cugini and Michael Wozny, Editors.
 International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working
 Group 5.2.  May 22-24, 2000. The University of Parma, Parma, Italy.
 pp. 259-265.
 
 %% 1999
 
  1. Conceptual Design for Assembly, with Santiago Lombeyda. {\em
   ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Fourth Design for
   Manufacturing Conference}.  DETC99/DFM-8943.  Robert Sturges,
 Editor. September 12-15, 1999.  Las Vegas, Nevada.
  1. Digital Library Support for Engineering Design and
 Manufacturing.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, 19th
   Computers in Engineering Conference}.  DETC99/CIE-9080.  Special
 Track on Internet-based Design and Manufacturing.  September 12-15,
 1999.  Las Vegas, Nevada.
 
  1. Conceptual Design for Mechatronic Assemblies (Extended
 Abstract), with Santiago Lombeyda.  {\em Fifth ACM/SIGGRAPH
   Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications}.  David Anderson and
 Wim Bronsvoort, Editors. June 8-11, 1999.  Ann Arbor, MI.
 pp. 320-321. 
  1. Resolving Non-Uniqueness in Design Feature Histories, with
 Vincent A. Cicirello.  {\em Fifth ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid
   Modeling and Applications}.  David Anderson and Wim Bronsvoort,
 Editors. June 8-11, 1999.  Ann Arbor, MI.  pp. 76-84.
 
 %% 1998
 %% 1997
 
  1. 1997 Special Session on Feature Recognition, with JungHun Han
 and David Rosen.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical
   Conferences, Computers in Engineering Conference}, September,
 1997.  Sacramento, CA.  97-DETC:CIE-4423.
 
  1. Hint-based Feature Recognition, with JungHun Han and Steve
 Brooks.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences,
   Computers in Engineering Conference}, September, 1997.
 Sacramento, CA.  97-DETC:CIE-4485.
  1. Feature-based Similarity Assessment of Solid Models, with Alexei
 Elinson and Dana S. Nau.  {\em Fourth ACM/SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid
   Modeling and Applications}.  Christoph Hoffman and Wim Bronsvoort,
 Editors. May 14-16, 1997.  pp. 297-310.  Atlanta, GA.
  1. Research Issues in Network-Centric Computer-Aided Design. The
 {\em 1997 TEAM-CAD Workshop}.  pp. 3-10.  May 12-13, Atlanta, GA.  A
 longer version of this article is available as NIST Interagency
 Report \#5949.
  1. Common Libraries for Networked Engineering Applications, with
 Robert Tuttle, Gordon Little, Jonathan Corney and D. E. R. Clark.
 {\bf EUROPIA97}, {\em Proceedings of the Sixth International
   Conference on Applications/Implications of Computer Networking in
   Architecture, Construction, Design, Civil Engineering, and Urban
   Planning.}  Edinburgh, Scotland.  April 2-3, 1997.  pp. 1-11.
 ISBN 2-909285-07-3.
 %% 1996
 
  1. What are Feature Interactions?, with Michael Pratt. {\em ASME
   Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Design for
   Manufacturability Symposium}, August 18-22, 1996.  Irvine, CA.
 96-DETC:DFM-1285.
 %% 1995
 
  1. AI Planning versus Manufacturing-Operation Planning: A Case
 Study, with Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em 14th
   International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence
   (IJCAI)}, August 19-26, 1995. Montreal, Canada.  pp. 1670-1676.
 Also available as CS-TR-3397, UMIACS-TR-95-3, ISR-TR-95-4.  (22\%
 acceptance rate)
 
  1. Current Trends and Future Challenges in Automated
 Manufacturability Analysis, with Diganta Das, Satyandra K. Gupta,
 and Dana S. Nau.  {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical
   Conferences, Computers in Engineering Conference}, September
 18-21, 1995.  Boston, MA.  pp. 655-666.  Also available as
 ISR-TR-95-16 and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/CIE95.ps}}.
 
  1. Interactive Feature Recognition Using Multiprocessor Methods,
 with Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em ASME Design
   Engineering Technical Conferences, Design for Manufacturability
   Symposium}, September 18-21, 1995.  Boston, MA. pp. 927-938. Also
 available as CS-TR-3375, UMIACS-TR-94-126, ISR-TR-94-82, and URL
 {\tt \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_94-82.ps}}.
  1. Manufacturing Feature Instances: Which Ones to Recognize?, with
 Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em Third ACM/IEEE Symposium
   on Solid Modeling and Applications}, May 16-19, 1995.  Salt Lake
 City, Utah.  pp. 141-152.  Also available as NIST IR \#5655,
 CS-TR-3376, UMIACS-TR-94-127, ISR-TR-94-81, and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/ISR_TR_94-81.ps}}.
  1. Manufacturing-Operation Planning versus AI Planning, with
 Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em AAAI Spring Symposium},
 March 1995, Stanford, CA.  American Association for Artificial
 Intelligence.  Also available as URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/AAAI_Spring95.ps}}.
 %% 1994
 
  1. Feature Recognition for Manufacturability Analysis, with
 Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em ASME Design Engineering
   Technical Conferences, Computers in Engineering Conference},
 September 13-16, 1994.  Minneapolis, MN.  pp. 93-104.  Also
 available as ISR-TR-94-10 and URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/CIE94.ps}}.
 %% 1993
 
  1. Development of Machining Alternatives Based on MRSEVs, with
 Satyandra K. Gupta, Dana S. Nau, Thomas R.\ Kramer, and Guangming
 Zhang. {\em ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, Computers
   in Engineering Conference}, August 1993.  pp. 47-57.  Also
 available as URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/CIE93.ps}}.
  1. Building a General Approach to Feature Recognition of Material
 Removal Shape Element Volumes (MRSEVs), with Dana S. Nau.  {\em
   Second ACM/IEEE Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications}, May
 19-21, 1993.  Montreal, Canada.  pp. 293-302.

\end{enumerate}

 \subsubsection*{iii. Other Articles, Technical Reports, Letters , Etc.}
 

\begin{enumerate}

  1. ``Archiving Engineering Design Process, History, and
 Rationale, with Joseph B. Kopena, David Wilkie, and
 Joshua Shaffer, in {\em Proceedings of Archiving 2006}, May 23-26,
 Ottawa, Canada. 
 
  1. Manufacturing Processes Recognition of Machined Mechanical Parts
 using SVMs, with Cheuk Yiu Ip.  {\em Proceedings of the Twentieth
   National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2005)}, July
 9-13, 2005, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  AAAI Press.  Student Paper.
  1. A Case Study of Swept Volume Representation of Tissue Scaffolds,
 with Jie li and Wei Sun.  31st Annual Northeast Bioengineering
 Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology. Hoboken,
 NJ. April 2-3, 2005.
 %% 2004
 
  1. ``Representation and Design of Heterogeneous Structures:
 Porosity Representation, with Vince Cicirello and Maxim Peysakhov.
 {\em Proceedings of the Third NASA-Goddard/IEEE Workshop on Formal
   Approaches to Agent-Based Systems ``FAABS III}, April 26--27,
 2004. Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA.
 
  1. ``Feature Representation and Design of Heterogeneous Structures:
 Porosity Representation, Feature Decomposition, and Asymptotic
 Homogenization, C. Schroeder, D. Bespalov, Z. Fang, A.
 Shokoufandeh, W. Regli, E. Lutz, W.  Sun.  NSF Design Grantees
 Meeting, 2004.
 
  1. ``Representation and Design of Heterogeneous Structures:
 Connectivity Study for 3D Tissue Engineered Constructs, C. Gomez,
 M. F. Demirci, A. Shokoufandeh, W. Regli, W. Sun.  NSF Design Grantees
 Meeting, 2004.
 %% 2003
 
  1. Stochastic geometry for bio-medical CAD, DIMACS Workshop on
 Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, October 7-9, 2003.
 
  1. Scale-space representations and their applications to 3D
 matching of solid models, DIMACS Workshop on Computer Aided Design
 and Manufacturing, October 7-9, 2003.
 
  1. How to pick the right shape matching algorithm for your CAD
 data, DIMACS Workshop on Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing,
 October 7-9, 2003.
 
  1. Applications of computational topology of swept volumes, DIMACS
 Workshop on Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, October 7-9,
 2003.
 %% 2002
 %% 2001
 
  1. The National Design Repository: A Status Report, with Cheryl
 Foster, Erik Hayes, Cheuk Yiu Ip, David McWherter, Mitchell Peabody,
 Yuriy Shapirsteyn and Vera Zaychik.  {\em International Joint
   Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) AAAI/SIGMAN
   Workshop on AI in Manufacturing Systems}, August 5, 2001.  Daniel
 M. Gaines, Editor.  Seattle, WA.  pp. 94-96.
 
  1. Discovering Knowledge in Design and Manufacturing Repositories,
 with Cheryl Foster, Erik Hayes, David McWherter, Mitchell Peabody,
 Yuriy Shapirsteyn and Lisa Anthony.  {\em International Joint
   Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) Workshop on
   Knowledge Discovery from Distributed, Heterogeneous, Dynamic,
   Autonomous Data Sources}, August 6, 2001.  Vasant Honavar, Editor.
 Seattle, WA.  pp. 40-42.
  1. CUP: A Computer-Aided Conceptual Design Environment for Assembly
 Modeling, with Lisa P. Anthony, Jon E. John and Santiago V.
 Lombeyda.  Drexel University Computer Science Technical Report, 2001.
 
  1. Clustering Techniques for Databases of CAD Models, with David
 McWherter and Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  Drexel
 University Computer Science Technical Report, 2001.
 
  1. Clustering Solid Models for Database Storage, with David
 McWherter, Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  Drexel University
 Computer Science Technical Report, 2001.
 
  1. An Approach to Indexing Databases of Graphs, with David
 McWherter, Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  Drexel University
 Computer Science Technical Report, 2001.
 
  1. An Approach to Indexing Databases of Solid Models, with David
 McWherter, Mitchell Peabody and Ali Shokoufandeh.  Drexel University
 Computer Science Technical Report, 2001.


 %% 2000
 
  1. The Engineering Design Repositories Project, with Lisa Anthony,
 Vincent Cicirello, Jon John, Xiaoli Qin, Yuriy Shapirshteyn and Vera
 Zaychik.  {\em National Science Foundation Design and Manufacturing
   Grantees Conference}.  January 3-6, 2000.  Vancouver, BC.  Canada.
 
  1. Design Classification and Hybrid Variant-Generative Process
 Planning: Status Report, with Jeffrey W. Herrmann and Dana S. Nau.
 {\em National Science Foundation Design and Manufacturing Grantees
   Conference}.  January 3-6, 2000.  Vancouver, BC.  Canada.
 
 %% 1999
 
  1. Building GeoPlex Gate Proxies on GUNet, with Yuriy Shapirshteyn
 and Vera Zaychik.  AT\&T Labs, Internet Platforms Technology
 Organization, GeoPlex University Network (GUNet) Technical Report.
 {\tt http://www.gunet.net}.  August 1999.
  1. GUNet Applications: Active User and Active Service Registry,
 with Yuriy Shapirshteyn and Vera Zaychik.  AT\&T Labs, Internet
 Platforms Technology Organization, GeoPlex University Network
 (GUNet) Technical Report.  {\tt http://www.gunet.net}.  August 1999.
 
  1. GUNet Applications: The HelloWorld Service and Client Peerlets,
 with Yuriy Shapirshteyn and Vera Zaychik.  AT\&T Labs, Internet
 Platforms Technology Organization, GeoPlex University Network
 (GUNet) Technical Report.  {\tt http://www.gunet.net}.  August 1999.
 
  1. GUNet Application: A Network Bandwidth Flow Checker, with Yuriy
 Shapirshteyn and Vera Zaychik.  AT\&T Labs, Internet Platforms
 Technology Organization, GeoPlex University Network (GUNet)
 Technical Report.  {\tt http://www.gunet.net}.  August 1999.
 
  1. HCI Issues in Collaborative and Networked Engineering Design,
 with Thomas Hewett, {\em ACM Conference on Human-Computer
   Interaction, Workshop on HCI in Application Domains.}  Editor: Guy
 Boy.  May 17, 1999.  Pittsburgh, PA.
 
  1. Dvorak vs. QWERTY, Letters to the Editor, {\em The Economist},
 May 8th --- May 14th, 1999. p. 6.
 
  1. KDI: Networked Engineering. {\em National Science Foundation HCI
   Grantees Workshop}.  Edited by Kay Stanney and Gary Strong.
 February 21-23, 1999.  Orlando, FL.  pp. 202-204.
  1. CAREER: Geometric Reasoning for Large Engineering
 Knowledge-Bases. {\em National Science Foundation Design and
   Manufacturing Grantees Conference}.  Edited by Stan Settles.
 January 4-8, 1999.  Long Beach, CA.
 
  1. KDI: Networked Engineering, with Thomas Hewett, Pradeep Khosla,
 Ramayya Krishnan, Stephen Lu and Berok Khoshnevis. {\em National
   Science Foundation Design and Manufacturing Grantees Conference}.
 Edited by Stan Settles.  January
 4-8, 1999.  Long Beach, CA.
 
 %% 1998
  1. Design Classification for Hybrid Variant/Generative Process
 Planning, with Dana S. Nau and Jeffrey Herrmann. {\em National
   Science Foundation Design and Manufacturing Grantees Conference}.
 January 5-8, 1998.  Monterey, Mexico.
 %% 1997
  1. Classification and Retrieval of CAD Models using Feature Graphs,
 with Alexei Elinson and Dana S. Nau.  {\em National Science
   Foundation Design and Manufacturing Grantees Conference}, pp
 143-144. January 7-10, 1997.  Seattle, WA.
 
  1. An Overview of the NIST Repository for Design, Process Planning,
 and Assembly, with Dan Gaines. {\em National Science Foundation
   Design and Manufacturing Grantees Conference}.  January 7-10,
 1997.  Seattle, WA.  pp 673-674.  
 %% 1996
 
 %% # Solid Similarity Assessment, with Alexei Elinson and Dana S.
 %%   Nau.  The University of Maryland at College Park, Institute for
 %%   Systems Research.  ISR-TR96-63.  1996.
 
 
  1. The Tax Liability of ``Chad's House of Croissant's/Car Talk
 T-Shirts (Letter), Car Talk, National Public Radio, December 14,
 1996.
  1. An Overview of the NIST Design, Planning, and Assembly
 Repository, with Daniel Gaines.  June 1996.  Also available through
 {\tt \url{http://www.parts.nist.gov/parts}} and as NIST-IR \#5982.
  1. MicroStation Development Language (MDL) as Enabling Technology
 for Network-Centric CAD.  March 1996.
  1. Computer Science in Manufacturing: An Introduction, with Michael
 Wozny. {\em The Communications of the ACM}.  Volume 39, Number 2,
 pp. 32-33, February 1996.  Special issue on {\em Computer Science in
   Manufacturing}.


  1. Contribution to Virtual Manufacturing Background
 Research---Phase II, with Edward Lin, Ioannis Minis, and Dana Nau.
 January, 1996.  Report for Air Force Manufacturing Technology
 (ManTech) Contract F33615-92-D-5812.  Also available as {\tt
   \url{http://www.isr.umd.edu/Labs/CIM/virtual.html}}.
 
  1. An Assessment of Virtual Manufacturing Technologies, with Edward
 Lin, Ioannis Minis, and Dana Nau.  {\em National Science Foundation
   Design and Manufacturing Systems Conference}.  Albuquerque, NM.
 January 2-6, 1996.
  1. IMACS (Interactive Manufacturability Analysis and Critiquing
 System), with Satyandra K. Gupta, Dana S. Nau, and Guangming
 Zhang.  {\em National Science Foundation Design and Manufacturing
   Systems Conference}.  Albuquerque, NM. January 2-6, 1996.


 %% 1995
  1. Automating Redesign of Electro-Mechanical Assemblies, with Dana
 Nau and James Hendler.  {\em International Joint Conferences on
   Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) Workshop on Intelligent
   Manufacturing Systems}, August 18, 1995.  Montreal, Canada.  pp.
 289-309.
 
  1. Contribution to Virtual Manufacturing Background Research, with
 Edward Lin, Ioannis Minis, and Dana Nau.  May, 1995.  Report for Air
 Force Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Contract F33615-92-D-5812.
 Also available as {\tt
   \url{http://www.isr.umd.edu/Labs/CIM/virtual.html}}.
  1. Systematically Analyzing the Manufacturability of Machined
 Parts, with Satyandra K. Gupta and Dana S. Nau.  {\em National
   Science Foundation Design and Manufacturing Systems Conference},
 January, 1995.
 %% 1994
  1. The Future of the WWW: Cultivating Policies that Make
 Governments and Corporations Active Participants, with Brian J.
 Regli.  The Fletcher School, Tufts University, April 1994.
  1. Recognition of Volumetric Features from CAD Models: A New
 Approach, with Dana S. Nau.  {\em National Science Foundation
   Design and Manufacturing Systems Conference}, Boston, MA, January,
 1994, pp. 745-746.
 %% 1993
  1. Generation and Evaluation of Machining Alternatives based on
 MRSEVs, Dana S. Nau, Satyandra K. Gupta, Thomas R.\ Kramer, and
 Guangming Zhang, {\em AAAI SIGMAN Workshop on Intelligent
   Manufacturing Technology}, July 1993, American Association for
 Artificial Intelligence.  Also available as URL {\tt
   \url{ftp://ftp.cs.umd.edu/pub/cim/papers/AAAI93_SIGMAN.ps}}.
  1. An Inquiry to Mr. Letterman, Viewer Mail, Late Night with David
 Letterman, National Broadcasting Company (NBC), June 4, 1993.
 %% 1992
  1. Multimedia E-Mail for Starting the Development of a National
 Manufacturing Infrastructure, The National Institute of Standards
 and Technology, September 1992.
  1. A Survey of Automated Feature Recognition Techniques, The
 University of Maryland, Institute for Systems Research, SRC TR92-18,
 January 1992.

\end{enumerate}


\subsection*{F. Films, Tapes, Photographs, etc.}

N/A.

\subsection*{G. Exhibits, Performances, Demonstrations, and other Creative Activities}

\begin{enumerate}

  1. ``SINCE. U.S. Army, CERDEC, C4ISR ``On the Move Testbed, Ft.
 Dix, NJ, July 27-28 and August 8-11, 2006.
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed. IEEE/AFCEA Military
 Communications Conference (MILCOM 2005), October 17--21, 2005,
 Atlantic City, NJ, USA.
  1. The AI Technologies of the Philadelphia Area Urban Wireless
 Network Testbed, Gustave Anderson, Andrew Burnheimer, Vincent
 Cicirello, David Dorsey, Chris Dugan, Iris Howley, Moshe Kam, Joseph
 Kopena, Rob Lass, Kris Malfettone, Andy Mroczkowski, Gaurav Naik,
 Max Peysakhov, Brian Pyles, William Regli, Evan Sultanik, James
 Thiel, Kyle Usbeck, Dan Venutolo, and Marc Winners, AAAI Intelligent
 Systems Demonstration Program, Pittsburgh, PA, July, 2005.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, United States Coast
 Guard, Regional Security Planning Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 6,
 2005.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, DoD Joint Wireless
 Working Group (WWG) and NSA Secure Mobility Forum, Atlantic City
 Hilton, Atlantic City, New Jersey.  December 8, 2004.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, The Network Centric
 Operations Symposium, Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic
 City, New Jersey, September 20-23 2004.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, AAAI Intelligent
 Systems Demonstration Program, San Jose, July-August, 2004.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, AAMAS Demonstration
 Program, NYC, July 2004
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, International
 Conference of Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS),
 Demonstration Program, Whistler, BC, June 2004.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, CECOM/RDEC, June 23,
 2004 Demo.
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, CECOM/RDEC, June 3,
 2004 Demo.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, 5th IEEE Workshop on
 Mobile Computing Systems \& Applications, October 9-10, Monterey,
 California, USA.  See demonstrations link under
 http://wmcsa2003.stanford.edu/.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, ACM MobiCom 2003, the
 Ninth Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and
 Networking, September 14-19, 2003, San Diego, California.  Sponsored
 by ACM SIGMOBILE.
 
  1. ``SWAT: A Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, CECOM/RDEC, April 30,
 2003 Demo.
 
  1. ``Networked Environments for Chem/Bio Terror Response, DARPA
 {\em Next Generation Internet (NGI) Initiative}, joint with SAIC.
 August 1999.