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N. Wang, D.V. Pynadath, & S.C. Marsella (2015). “Subjective perceptions in wartime negotiation”. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 6(2):118-126.

J.Y. Ito, D.V. Pynadath, & S.C. Marsella (2010). “Modeling self-deception within a decision-theoretic framework”. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 20(1):3-13.

M. Si, S.C. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2010). “Modeling appraisal in theory of mind reasoning”. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 20(1):14-31.

J.M. Kim, R.W. Hill, Jr., P.J. Durlach, H.C. Lane, E. Forbell, M. Core, S. Marsella, D. Pynadath, & J. Hart (2009). “BiLAT: a game-based environment for practicing negotiation in a cultural context”. Internat'l Journal of AI in Education, 19(3):289-308.

M. Tambe, E. Bowring, J.P. Pearce, P. Varakantham, P. Scerri, & D.V. Pynadath (2008). “Electric Elves: what went wrong and why”. AI Magazine, 29(2):23-31.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2003). “An automated teamwork infrastructure for heterogeneous software agents and humans”. Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 7:71-100.

H. Chalupsky, Y. Gil, C.A. Knoblock, K. Lerman, J. Oh, D.V. Pynadath, T.A. Russ, & M. Tambe (2002). “Electric Elves: agent technology for supporting human organizations”. AI Magazine, 23(2):11-24.

G. Kaminka, D.V. Pynadath, & M. Tambe (2002). “Monitoring teams by overhearing: a multi-agent plan-recognition approach”. Journal of AI Research, 17:83-135.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2002). “The communicative multiagent team decision problem: Analyzing teamwork theories and models”. Journal of AI Research, 16:389-423.

P. Scerri, D.V. Pynadath, & M. Tambe (2002). “Towards adjustable autonomy for the real world”. Journal of AI Research, 17:171-228.

M. Tambe, D.V. Pynadath, & N. Chauvat (2000). “Building dynamic agent organizations in cyberspace”. IEEE Internet Computing, 4(2):65-73.

D.V. Pynadath & M.P. Wellman (1998). “Generalized queries on probabilistic context-free grammars”. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 20(1):65-77.

book

G. Sukthankar, R.P. Goldman, C. Geib, D.V. Pynadath, & H.H. Bui (2014). “Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition: Theory and Practice”. Elsevier.

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R. McAlinden, D. Pynadath, & R.W. Hill, Jr. (2014). “UrbanSim: using social simulation to train for stability operations”. In C. Ehlschlaeger, ed.: Understanding Megacities with the Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Intelligence Paradigm, pp. 90-99.

D.V. Pynadath, M. Si, & S.C. Marsella (2014). “Modeling theory of mind and cognitive appraisal with decision-theoretic agents”. In J. Gratch & S. Marsella, eds.: Social emotions in nature and artifact: Emotions in human and human-computer interaction, pp. 70-87.

D.V. Pynadath & S.C. Marsella (2013). “Socio-cultural modeling through decision-theoretic agents with theory of mind”. In D.M. Nicholson & D.D. Schmorrow, eds.: Advances in Design for Cross-Cultural Activities, pp. 417-426.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2002). “Electric Elves: adjustable autonomy in real-world multi-agent environments”. In K. Dautenhahn, A. Bond, D. Canamero, & B. Edmonds , eds.: Socially Intelligent Agents: Creating Relationships with Computers and Robots, pp. 101-108.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2001). “Revisiting Asimov's first law: A response to the call to arms”. In J.C. Meyer & M. Tambe, eds.: Intelligent Agents VIII: Agent Theories, Architectures and Languages, pp. 307-320.

D.V. Pynadath, M. Tambe, & G.A. Kaminka (2001). “Adaptive infrastructures for agent integration”. In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 80-93.

M. Tambe & D.V. Pynadath (2001). “Towards heterogeneous agent teams”. In M. Luck, V. Marik, O. Stepankova, & R. Trappl , eds.: Multi-Agent Systems and Applications, ACAI-01 Proceedings, pp. 187-210.

D.V. Pynadath, M. Tambe, N. Chauvat, & L. Cavedon (1999). “Toward team-oriented programming”. In N.R. Jennings & Y. Lespérance, eds.: Intelligent Agents VI: Agent Theories, Architectures and Languages, pp. 233-247.

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K. Georgila & D.V. Pynadath (2016). “Towards a computational model of human opinion dynamics in response to real-world events”. In: Internat'l FLAIRS Conf..

A. Jalal-Kamali & D.V. Pynadath (2016). “Toward a Bayesian network model of events in international relations”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (SBP-BRiMS).

D.V. Pynadath, H. Rosoff, & R.S. John (2016). “Semi-automated construction of decision-theoretic models of human behavior”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS).

N. Wang & D.V. Pynadath (2016). “The impact of POMDP-generated explanations on trust and performance in human-robot teams”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS).

N. Wang, D.V. Pynadath, & S.G. Hill (2016). “Trust calibration within a human-robot team: comparing automatically generated explanations”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI).

B. Alfonso, D.V. Pynadath, M. Lhommet, & S. Marsella (2015). “Emotional perception for updating agents' beliefs”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), pp. 201-207.

J. Gratch, S. Hill, L. Morency, D. Pynadath, & D. Traum (2015). “Exploring the implications of virtual human research for human-robot teams”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 186-196.

D.V. Pynadath, N. Wang, & C. Merchant (2015). “Toward acquiring a human behavior model of competition vs. cooperation”. In: Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conf. (I/ITSEC).

N. Wang, D.V. Pynadath, & S.G. Hill (2015). “Building trust in a human-robot team”. In: Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conf. (I/ITSEC).

N. Wang, D.V. Pynadath, S. Shankar, U. K.V., & C. Merchant (2015). “Intelligent agents for virtual simulation of human-robot interaction”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 228-329.

D.V. Pynadath, P.S. Rosenbloom, & S.C. Marsella (2014). “Reinforcement learning for adaptive theory of mind in the Sigma cognitive architecture”. In: Conf. on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), pp. 143-154.

T. Sarratt, D. Pynadath, & A. Jhala (2014). “Converging to a player model in Monte-Carlo tree search”. In: Proc. of the IEEE Conf. on Computational Intelligence and Games, pp. 169-175.

D.V. Pynadath, P.S. Rosenbloom, S.C. Marsella, & L. Li (2013). “Modeling two-player games in the Sigma graphical cognitive architecture”. In: Conf. on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), pp. 98-108.

D.V. Pynadath, N. Wang, & S.C. Marsella (2013). “Computational models of human behavior in wartime negotiations”. In: Annual Conf. of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 1175-1180.

D.V. Pynadath, N. Wang, & S.C. Marsella (2013). “Are you thinking what I'm thinking? An evaluation of a simplified theory of mind”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), pp. 44-57.

N. Wang, D.V. Pynadath, & S.C. Marsella (2013). “Subjective perceptions in wartime negotiation”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), pp. 540-545.

N. Wang, D.V. Pynadath, & S.C. Marsella (2012). “Toward automatic verification of multiagent systems for training simulations”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS), pp. 151-161.

J. Chen, A. Demski, T. Han, L. Morency, D. Pynadath, N. Rafidi, & P. Rosenbloom (2011). “Fusing symbolic and decision-theoretic problem solving and perception in a graphical cognitive architecture”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA), pp. 64-72.

J.Y. Ito, D.V. Pynadath, L. Sonenberg, & S.C. Marsella (2010). “Wishful thinking in effective decision making”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 1527-1528.

M. Si, S.C. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2010). “Evaluating directorial control in a character-centric interactive narrative framework”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 1289-1296.

M. Si, S. Marsella, & D. Pynadath (2010). “Importance of well-motivated characters in interactive narratives: an empirical evaluation”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Interactive Digital Storytelling (ICIDS), pp. 16-25.

J. Ito, D. Pynadath, & S. Marsella (2009). “Self-deceptive decision making: normative and descriptive insights”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 1113-1120.

R. McAlinden, A. Gordon, H.C. Lane, & D. Pynadath (2009). “UrbanSim: a game-based simulation for counterinsurgency and stability-focused operations”. In: Proc. of the AIED Workshop on Intelligent Educational Games, pp. 41-50.

M. Si, S.C. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2009). “Directorial control in a decision-theoretic framework for interactive narrative”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Interactive Digital Storytelling (ICIDS), pp. 221-233.

J. Ito, D. Pynadath, & S. Marsella (2008). “Modeling self-deception within a decision-theoretic framework”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), pp. 322-333.

M. Si, S. Marsella, & D. Pynadath (2008). “Modeling emotion as byproduct of theory of mind reasoning”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), pp. 334-347.

J.Y. Ito, D.V. Pynadath, & S.C. Marsella (2007). “A decision-theoretic approach to evaluating posterior probabilities of mental models”. In: AAAI Workshop on Plan, Activity, and Intent Recognition (PAIR), pp. 60-65.

D.V. Pynadath & S.C. Marsella (2007). “Derivation of minimal mental models”. In: Proc. of the AISB Symposium on Mindful Environments, pp. 372-376.

D.V. Pynadath & S.C. Marsella (2007). “Minimal mental models”. In: Nat'l Conf. on AI (AAAI), pp. 1038-1046.

M. Si, S. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2007). “Proactive authoring for interactive drama: an author's assistant”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), pp. 225-237.

M. Si, S. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2006). “Thespian: modeling socially normative behavior in a decision-theoretic framework”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), pp. 369-382.

D.V. Pynadath & S.C. Marsella (2005). “PsychSim: modeling theory of mind with decision-theoretic agents”. In: Internat'l Joint Conf. on AI (IJCAI), pp. 1181-1186.

M. Si, S.C. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2005). “Thespian: using multi-agent fitting to craft interactive drama”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 21-28.

M. Si, S.C. Marsella, & D.V. Pynadath (2005). “THESPIAN: an architecture for interactive pedagogical drama”. In: Internat'l Conf. on AI in Education (AIED), pp. 595-602.

M. Tambe, E. Bowring, H. Jung, G.A. Kaminka, R.T. Maheswaran, J. Marecki, P.J. Modi, R. Nair, S. Okamoto, J.P. Pearce, P. Paruchuri, D.V. Pynadath, P. Scerri, N. Schurr, & P. Varakantham (2005). “Conflicts in teamwork: hybrids to the rescue”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 3-10.

S.C. Marsella, D.V. Pynadath, & S.J. Read (2004). “PsychSim: agent-based modeling of social interactions and influence”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM), pp. 243-248.

D.V. Pynadath & S.C. Marsella (2004). “Fitting and compilation of multiagent models through piecewise linear functions”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 1197-1204.

R. Nair, M. Tambe, M. Yokoo, D. Pynadath, & S. Marsella (2003). “Taming decentralized POMDPs: towards efficient policy computation for multiagent settings”. In: Internat'l Joint Conf. on AI (IJCAI), pp. 705-711.

P. Scerri, D. Pynadath, L. Johnson, P. Rosenbloom, M. Si, N. Schurr, & M. Tambe (2003). “A prototype infrastructure for distributed robot-agent-person teams”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 433-440.

R. Nair, D. Pynadath, M. Yokoo, M. Tambe, & S. Marsella (2002). “Towards computing optimal policies for decentralized POMDPs”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Workshop on Game Theoretic and Decision Theoretic Agents.

R. Nair, M. Tambe, S. Marsella, & D. Pynadath (2002). “Model for team formation for reformation in multiagent systems”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Workshop on Coalition Formation.

R. Nair, M. Tambe, S. Marsella, & D. Pynadath (2002). “R-COM-MTDP: forming and comparing plans for team formation in multiagent domains”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Workshop on Planning for and with Multiagent Systems.

R. Nair, M. Tambe, S. Marsella, & D. Pynadath (2002). “Formalizing team formation and reformation in multiagent systems”. In: Proc. of the AAMAS Workshop on Teamwork and Coalition Formation.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2002). “Team coordination among distributed agents: analyzing key teamwork theories and models”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Intelligent Distributed and Embedded Systems, pp. 57-62.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2002). “Multiagent teamwork: Analyzing the optimality and complexity of key theories and models”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 873-880.

P. Scerri, D.V. Pynadath, & M. Tambe (2002). “Why the elf acted autonomously: towards a theory of adjustable autonomy”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pp. 857-864.

H. Chalupsky, Y. Gil, C.A. Knoblock, K. Lerman, J. Oh, D.V. Pynadath, T.A. Russ, & M. Tambe (2001). “Electric Elves: applying agent technology to support human organizations”. In: Annual Conf. on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI), pp. 51-58.

G. Kaminka, D.V. Pynadath, & M. Tambe (2001). “Monitoring deployed agent teams”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents, pp. 308-315.

D.V. Pynadath, P. Scerri, & M. Tambe (2001). “MDPs for adjustable autonomy in real-world multi-agent environments”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Game Theoretic and Decision Theoretic Agents, pp. 107-116.

D.V. Pynadath & M. Tambe (2001). “Revisiting Asimov's first law: a response to the call to arms”. In: Proc. of the IJCAI Workshop on Autonomy, Delegation, and Control: Interacting with Autonomous Agents.

P. Scerri, D.V. Pynadath, & M. Tambe (2001). “Adjustable autonomy in real-world multi-agent environments”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Autonomous Agents, pp. 300-307.

D.V. Pynadath, M. Tambe, Y. Arens, H. Chalupsky, Y. Gil, C. Knoblock, H. Lee, K. Lerman, J. Oh, S. Ramachandran, P.S. Rosenbloom, & T. Russ (2000). “Electric Elves: immersing an agent organization in a human organization”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Socially Intelligent Agents: The Human in the Loop, pp. 150-154.

D.V. Pynadath & M.P. Wellman (2000). “Probabilistic state-dependent grammars for plan recognition”. In: Conf. on Uncertainty in AI (UAI), pp. 507-514.

M. Tambe, D.V. Pynadath, N. Chauvat, A. Das, & G.A. Kaminka (2000). “Adaptive agent integration architectures for heterogeneous team members”. In: Internat'l Conf. on Multiagent Systems (ICMAS), pp. 301-308.

D.V. Pynadath, M. Tambe, & N. Chauvat (1999). “Rapid integration and coordination of heterogeneous, distributed agents for collaborative enterprises”. In: Proc. of the DARPA-JFACC Symposium on Advances in Enterprise Control, pp. 171-176.

D.V. Pynadath, M. Tambe, N. Chauvat, & L. Cavedon (1999). “Toward team-oriented programming”. In: ATAL, pp. 77-91.

M. Tambe, W. Shen, M. Mataric, D.V. Pynadath, D. Goldberg, P.J. Modi, Z. Qiu, & B. Salemi (1999). “Teamwork in cyberspace: using TEAMCORE to make agents team-ready”. In: Proc. of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Agents in Cyberspace, pp. 136-141.

D.V. Pynadath & M.P. Wellman (1996). “Generalized queries on probabilistic context-free grammars”. In: Nat'l Conf. on AI (AAAI), pp. 1285-1290.

D.V. Pynadath & M.P. Wellman (1995). “Accounting for context in plan recognition, with application to traffic monitoring”. In: Conf. on Uncertainty in AI (UAI), pp. 472-481.

M.P. Wellman, C. Liu, D. Pynadath, S. Russell, J. Forbes, T. Huang, & K. Kanazawa (1995). “Decision-theoretic reasoning for traffic monitoring and vehicle control”. In: Proc. of the IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, pp. 418-423.

D.V. Pynadath, H.Z. Tan, & D.M. Horowitz (1993). “A study of the information capacity of human eye movement for augmentative communication”. In: RESNA, pp. 96-98.

phdthesis

D.V. Pynadath (1999). “Probabilistic grammars for plan recognition”. PhD Thesis, University of Michigan.