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MAPLE Lab @ UMBC

Multi-Agent Planning and Learning Lab

November 2, 2011

Joe Tuzo (CMSC BS '11) and JJ Seymour (CMSC BS '12) will be presenting papers at the upcoming AAAI Fall Symposium on Complex Adaptive Systems, to be held in Arlington, VA, on November 4-6. Joe's paper (co-authored with JJ and Prof. desJardins), " Using a Cellular Automaton Simulation to Determine an Optimal Lane Changing Strategy on a Multi-Lane Highway," and JJ's paper (co-authored with Joe and Prof. desJardins), "Ant Colony Optimization in a Changing Environment," were both based on the students' class projects for Prof. desJardins's "Computation, Complexity, and Emergence" course in Spring 2011.

Joe Tuzo (CMSC BS '11) and JJ Seymour (CMSC BS '12) will be presenting papers at the upcoming AAAI Fall Symposium on Complex Adaptive Systems, to be held in Arlington, VA, on November 4-6. Joe's paper (co-authored with JJ and Prof. desJardins), " Using a Cellular Automaton Simulation to Determine an Optimal Lane Changing Strategy on a Multi-Lane Highway," and JJ's paper (co-authored with Joe and Prof. desJardins), "Ant Colony Optimization in a Changing Environment," were both based on the students' class projects for Prof. desJardins's "Computation, Complexity, and Emergence" course in Spring 2011.