- Rick Hayes-Roth
Mail Code: 06
Department of Information Science
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences &
Monterey, CA 93943
Email: fahayesr (at) nps.edu
PhD - Univ. of Michigan, 1974
MS - Univ. of Michigan, 1972
BA - Harvard University, 1969
- June 2003-present professor
- 2002-2003 Independent Consultant
- 2001-2002 Chief Technical Officer/Software, Hewlett-Packard
- 2000-2001 Founder, Chairman & Chief Executive, GlobalStake.com
- 1994-2000 Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Teknowledge Corp.
- 1989-1994 Executive Vice President, Chief Scientist, Cimflex Teknowledge Corp.
- 1981-1989 Founder, Executive Vice President/Technology & Chief Scientist, Teknowledge Corp.
- 1980-1981 Visiting Associate Professor, Computer Science Department, Stanford Univ.
- 1978-1981 Program Manager, Information Processing Systems Research Program, The Rand Corp.
- 1976-1978 Computer Scientist, The Rand Corp.
- 1974-1976 Senior Research Computer Scientist, Carnegie-Mellon Univ.
- Intelligent systems
- Information systems
- Knowledge processing
- Information sharing: architecture, ontologies, services, and trust
- Valuable Information at the Right Time (VIRT) services
- Model-based communication networks
- Semantic web technologies
- Fellow, American Association of Artificial Intelligence
- ACM (Member)
- IEEE (Sr. Member)
- AAAI (Member & Fellow)
- Past board memberships: DARPA ISAT, several DARPA Task Forces, and occasional service Science Board studies
- Erman, L. D., F. Hayes-Roth, et al. (1980). "The Hearsay-II Speech-understanding system: Integrating knowledge to resolve uncertainty." Computing Surveys 12(2).
- Hayes-Roth, B. and F. Hayes-Roth (1979). "A cognitive model of planning." Cognitive Science 3: 275-310.
- Hayes-Roth, F. (1983). Using proofs and refutations to learn from experience. Machine Learning. R. S. Michalski, J. G. Carbonell and T. M. Mitchell. Palo Alto, CA, Tioga Publishing: 221-240.
- Hayes-Roth, F. (1997). "Artificial Intelligence: What works and what doesn't?" AI Magazine 18(2): 99-113.
- Hayes-Roth, F. and D. Amor (2003). Radical Simplicity: Transforming Computers into Me-Centric Appliances. New York, Prentice-Hall.
- Hayes-Roth, F., D. A. Waterman, et al., Eds. (1983). Building Expert Systems. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley.
- Keywords: C2, C4I, Command-Control, Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems, Architecture, Innovation, Entrepreneur, Distributed Computing, Blackboard