Craig Schlenoff
Craig Schlenoff
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Email verificata su schlenoff.com
TitoloCitata daAnno
The process specification language (PSL) overview and version 1.0 specification
C Schlenoff, C Schlenoff, F Tissot, J Valois, J Lee
US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2000
2742000
Towards a core ontology for robotics and automation
E Prestes, JL Carbonera, SR Fiorini, VAM Jorge, M Abel, R Madhavan, ...
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 61 (11), 1193-1204, 2013
1262013
Unified process specification language: Requirements for modeling process
C Schlenoff, C Schlenoff, S Ray
US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1996
1071996
A robot ontology for urban search and rescue
C Schlenoff, E Messina
Proceedings of the 2005 ACM workshop on Research in knowledge representationá…, 2005
972005
Process specification language: An analysis of existing representations
A Knutilla, A Knutilla, S Ray, ST Polyak, A Tate, SC Cheah, RC Anderson
US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1998
931998
An IEEE standard ontology for robotics and automation
C Schlenoff, E Prestes, R Madhavan, P Goncalves, H Li, S Balakirsky, ...
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systemsá…, 2012
882012
The essence of the process specification language
C Schlenoff, M Gruninger, T Creek, M Ciocoiu, J Lee
Transactions of the Society for Computer Simulation, 1999
831999
A robust process ontology for manufacturing systems integration
C Schlenoff, R Ivester, A Knutilla
Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Engineering Design andá…, 1998
721998
Ontology engineering for distributed collaboration in manufacturing
L Pouchard, N Ivezic, C Schlenoff
Proceedings of the AIS2000 conference, 2000
532000
An analysis and approach to using existing ontological systems for applications in manufacturing
C Schlenoff, P Denno, R Ivester, D Libes, S Szykman
AI EDAM 14 (4), 257-270, 2000
472000
Ontology-based methods for enhancing autonomous vehicle path planning
R Provine, C Schlenoff, S Balakirsky, S Smith, M Uschold
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 49 (1-2), 123-133, 2004
442004
Extensions to the core ontology for robotics and automation
SR Fiorini, JL Carbonera, P Gonšalves, VAM Jorge, VF Rey, T Haidegger, ...
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 33, 3-11, 2015
432015
An industrial robotic knowledge representation for kit building applications
S Balakirsky, Z Kootbally, C Schlenoff, T Kramer, S Gupta
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systemsá…, 2012
402012
Using process requirements as the basis for the creation and evaluation of process ontologies for enterprise modeling
M Gruninger, C Schlenoff, A Knutilla, S Ray
ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin 18 (2), 52-55, 1997
401997
Using ontologies to aid navigation planning in autonomous vehicles
C Schlenoff, S Balakirsky, M Uschold, R Provine, S Smith
The knowledge engineering review 18 (3), 243-255, 2003
382003
Measurement of the melt pool length during single scan tracks in a commercial laser powder bed fusion process
JC Heigel, BM Lane
Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering 140 (5), 2018
332018
How task analysis can be used to derive and organize the knowledge for the control of autonomous vehicles
T Barbera, J Albus, E Messina, C Schlenoff, J Horst
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 49 (1-2), 67-78, 2004
322004
Statement of requirements for urban search and rescue robot performance standards
E Messina, A Jacoff, J Scholtz, C Schlenoff, H Huang, A Lytle, J Blitch
NIST Draft Report, 2005
312005
An analysis of existing ontological systems for applications in manufacturing and healthcare
CI Schlenoff, RW Ivester, DE Libes, PO Denno, S Szykman
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)-6301, 1999
311999
Process Specification Language(PSL): Results of the first pilot implementation
C Schlenoff, M Ciocoiu, D Libes, M Gruninger
AM SOC MECH ENG MANUF ENG DIV MED 10, 529-539, 1999
291999
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