DAVID C. BROGAN

Assistant Professor


Computer Science Department

Publications

Journals

Refereed Conferences and Workshops

2006

Liu, X., Reynolds, P., and Brogan, D.  Using Abstraction in the Verification of Simulation Coercion.  To appear in the 20th ACM/IEEE Workshop on The Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation (PADS), May 2006.

2005

Spiegel, M., Reynolds, P., and Brogan, D.  A Case Study of Context Assumptions for Simulation Composability and Reusability.  To appear in the Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), pp. 437-444, 2005.

Brogan, D., Reynolds, P., Bartholet, R., Carnahan, J., and Loitiere, Y.  Semi-Automated Simulation Transformation for DDDAS.  Workshop on DDDAS in Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science, pp. 721-728, 2005.

White, C. and Brogan, D.  Reinforcement Learning in Simulated Soccer with Kohonen Networks.  Presented as a poster at 9th INFORMS Computing Society Conference, 2005.

Bartholet, R., Brogan, D., and Reynolds, P.  The Computational Complexity of Component Selection in Simulation Reuse.  To appear as a poster and printed as full article in Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 2472-2481, 2005.

Carnahan, J., Brogan, D. and Reynolds, P.  Simulation-Specific Characteristics and Software Reuse.  To appear as a poster and printed as full article in Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), pp. 2492-2499, 2005.

Ratner, O. and Brogan, D.  Simulating Crowds with Balance Dynamics.  To appear as poster at ACM SIGGRAPH 2005.

2004

Fox, M., Brogan, D., and Reynolds, P.  Approximating Component Selection.  In Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), pp. 429-435, 2004.

Carnahan, P., Reynolds, P, and Brogan, D.  Visualizing Coercible Simulations.  In Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), pp. 411-420, 2004.

Giordano, J., Reynolds, P., and Brogan, D.  Synthetic Worlds, Authentic Bounds: Exploring the Characteristics and Constraints of Human Behavior Representation.  In Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), pp. 912-921, 2004.

Loitiere, Y., Brogan, D, and Reynolds, P.  Simulation Coercion Applied to Multiagent DDDAS.   Workshop on DDDAS in Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS), pp. 789-796, 2004.

Carnahan, J., Reynolds, P., and Brogan, D.  Language Support for Identifying Flexible Points in Coercible Simulations.   In Proceedings of the Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW), 2004.

Bartholet, R., Reynolds, P., and Brogan, D.  Semantics, Scope, or Scale: Simulation Composability Versus Component-Based Software Design.  In Proceedings of the Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW), 2004.

Waziruddin, S., Brogan, D., and Reynolds, P.  Selecting Optimization Techniques in Support of Simulation Transformation.  In Proceedings of the Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW), 2004.

2003

Waziruddin, S., Brogan, D., and Reynolds, P.  The Process for Coercing Simulations.  In Proceedings of the Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW), 2003.

Carnahan, J, Reynolds, P., and Brogan, D.  An Experiment in Simulation Coercion.  In Proceedings of the Interservice / Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), 2003.

Brogan, D. and Johnson, N.  Realistic Human Walking Paths.   In Proceedings of Computer Animation and Social Agents (CASA), pp. 94–101, 2003.

2002

Brogan, D., Granata, K., and Sheth, P.  Spacetime Constraints for Biomechanical Movements.  In Proceedings of Applied Modeling and Simulation, 2002.

Brogan, D. and Loitiere, Y.  Building Multiagent Behaviors from Observation.  In Workshop on Intelligent Human Augmentation and Virtual Environments, 2002.

Brogan, D. and Hodgins, J.  Simulation Level of Detail for Multiagent Control.  In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 199-206, 2002.

Brogan, D. and Loitiere, Y.  Data-Driven Generation of Simulated Soccer Behaviors.  In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 1391-1392, 2002.

Granata, K., Brogan, D., and Sheth, P.  Stable Forward Dynamic Simulation of Bipedal Gait Using Space-Time Analysis.  In American Society of Biomechanics Proceedings of IV World Congress of Biomechanics, 2002.

Ventura, D. and Brogan, D.  Digital Storytelling with DINAH: Dynamic, Interactive, Narrative Authoring Heuristic.  In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Entertainment Computing (IWEC), pp. 91-99, 2002.

2001

Brogan, D.  Control of Complex, Physically Simulated Robot Groups.  In Proceedings of Complex Adaptive Stuctures, pp 172 – 184, 2001.

Browne, K., McCune, J., Trost, A., Evans, D., and Brogan, D.  Behavior Combination and Swarm Programming.  In RoboCup International Symposium 2001, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Springer-Verlag, pp. 499-502, 2001.

Pre-2000

Brogan, D., Metoyer, R., and Hodgins, J.  Dynamically Simulated Characters in Virtual EnvironmentsAnimation Sketch in SIGGRAPH 1997.

Brogan, D. and Hodgins, J.  Group Behaviors for Systems with Significant Dynamics.  In Proceedings of the 1995 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, Vol. 3, pp 528-534, 1995.

Hodgins, J., Wooten, W., Brogan, D., O'Brien, J.  Animating Human Athletics.  In Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1995, pp 71-78, 1995.

Hodgins, J., Brogan, D., and Wooten, W.  Realistic Motion for Animated Figures.  Abstract published in Proceedings of Lifelike Computer Characters, 55, 1994

Hodgins, J. and Brogan, D.  Robot Herds: Group Behaviors for Systems with Significant DynamicsIn Proceedings of Artificial Life IV, 319-324, 1994.

 Videos  

Commercial Demonstrations

Invited Talks    

  May 25, 2005 Desiging for change: Simulation Adaptation and Reuse.  Invited speaker at Georgia Tech, hosted by Richard Fujimoto  
  Apr 11, 2005 Data-Driven Animation.  Invited speaker at Trinity College of Dublin, hosted by Carol O’Sullivan  
  Jan 23, 2003 Dancing the Good Fight (Collaborative with Reynolds).  Upcoming Future of M&S Workshop.  Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), Arlington, VA.  Jan 23, 2003  
  Nov 15, 2002 Group Behaviors for Physically Simulated Characters.  Invited speaker at Virginia Tech Seminar, hosted by Scott McCrickard  
  Nov 13, 2000 Autonomous Control of Robot Groups, Virtual Reality Driving Simulation Conference, Charlottesville, VA.  Hosted by Robin Felder  
  Jul 27, 1998 Interactive Environments Containing Multiple Dynamically Simulated Agents, DARPA Information Technology Office Graduate Student Workshop, Arlington, VA