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Emmett Tomai
Emmett Tomai
Professor, Computer Science, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Verified email at utrgv.edu
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An Integrated Reasoning Approach to Moral Decision-Making.
M Dehghani, E Tomai, KD Forbus, M Klenk
AAAI, 1280-1286, 2008
1122008
Solving geometric analogy problems through two‐stage analogical mapping
A Lovett, E Tomai, K Forbus, J Usher
Cognitive science 33 (7), 1192-1231, 2009
942009
EA NLU: Practical language understanding for cognitive modeling
E Tomai, KD Forbus
Twenty-Second International FLAIRS Conference, 2009
612009
Solving everyday physical reasoning problems by analogy using sketches
M Klenk, KD Forbus, E Tomai, H Kim, B Kyckelhahn
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 20 (1), 209, 2005
492005
Open-Domain Sketch Understanding: The nuSketch Approach.
KD Forbus, K Lockwood, M Klenk, E Tomai, JM Usher
AAAI Technical Report (6), 58-63, 2004
462004
Analogical learning of visual/conceptual relationships in sketches
KD Forbus, J Usher, E Tomai
Proceedings of the national conference on artificial intelligence 20 (1), 202, 2005
302005
Qualitative spatial reasoning for visual grouping in sketches
K Forbus, E Tomai, J Usher
Proceedings of the 17th International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, 131-138, 2003
292003
Using analogical model formulation with sketches to solve Bennett Mechanical Comprehension Test problems
M Klenk, K Forbus, E Tomai, H Kim
Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence 23 (3), 299-327, 2011
232011
A structure mapping model for solving geometric analogy problems
E Tomai, A Lovett, K Forbus, J Usher
Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2005
212005
Adapting in-game agent behavior by observation of players using learning behavior trees
E Tomai, R Flores
162014
Moraldm: A computational modal of moral decision-making
M Dehghani, E Tomai, K Forbus, R Iliev, M Klenk
Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2008
162008
Plenty of blame to go around: a qualitative approach to attribution of moral responsibility
E Tomai, K Forbus
Proceedings of Qualitative Reasoning Workshop, 2007
142007
A pragmatic approach to computational narrative understanding
ER Tomai
Northwestern University, 2009
132009
Qualitative spatial reasoning for geometric analogies
E Tomai, K Forbus, J Usher
Proceedings of the 18th International Qualitative Reasoning Workshop, 2004
132004
A survey on security analysis of machine learning-oriented hardware and software intellectual property
A Tauhid, L Xu, M Rahman, E Tomai
High-Confidence Computing 3 (2), 100114, 2023
112023
A survey on security analysis of amazon echo devices
S Pathak, SA Islam, H Jiang, L Xu, E Tomai
High-Confidence Computing 2 (4), 100087, 2022
102022
Simulating aggregate player behavior with learning behavior trees
E Tomai, R Salazar, R Flores
Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference on Behavior Representation in …, 2013
102013
Towards adaptive quest narrative in shared, persistent virtual worlds
E Tomai
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and …, 2012
102012
Using qualitative reasoning for the attribution of moral responsibility
E Tomai, K Forbus
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 30 (30), 2008
102008
Mimicking humanlike movement in open world games with path-relative recursive splines
E Tomai, R Salazar, R Flores
Proceedings of the aaai conference on artificial intelligence and …, 2013
92013
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