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*2009
52EEMichael J. Brzozowski, Thomas Sandholm, Tad Hogg: Effects of feedback and peer pressure on contributions to enterprise social media. GROUP 2009: 61-70
51EETad Hogg, Kristina Lerman: Stochastic Models of User-Contributory Web Sites CoRR abs/0904.0016: (2009)
50EETad Hogg, Robert A. Freitas Jr.: Chemical Power for Microscopic Robots in Capillaries CoRR abs/0906.5022: (2009)
2008
49EEMichael J. Brzozowski, Tad Hogg, Gábor Szabó: Friends and foes: ideological social networking. CHI 2008: 817-820
48EETad Hogg, Gábor Szabó: Diversity of online community activities. Hypertext 2008: 227-228
47EETad Hogg, Mingjun Zhang, Ruoting Yang: Modeling and analysis of DNA hybridization dynamics at microarray surface in moving fluid. ICRA 2008: 3419-3424
46EETad Hogg, Gábor Szabó: Diversity of Online Community Activities CoRR abs/0803.3482: (2008)
45EETad Hogg: Modeling Microscopic Chemical Sensors in Capillaries CoRR abs/0811.1520: (2008)
2007
44EETad Hogg: Coordinating microscopic robots in viscous fluids. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 14(3): 271-305 (2007)
43EETad Hogg, Greg Snider: Defect-tolerant Logic with Nanoscale Crossbar Circuits. J. Electronic Testing 23(2-3): 117-129 (2007)
2006
42EEAdriano Cavalcanti, Tad Hogg, Bijan Shirinzadeh, Hwee Choo Liaw: Nanorobot Communication Techniques: A Comprehensive Tutorial. ICARCV 2006: 1-6
41EEAram Galstyan, Tad Hogg, Kristina Lerman: Modeling and Mathematical Analysis of Swarms of Microscopic Robots CoRR abs/cs/0604110: (2006)
40EETad Hogg: Distributed Control of Microscopic Robots in Biomedical Applications CoRR abs/cs/0611111: (2006)
2005
39 Tad Hogg, David W. Sretavan: Controlling Tiny Multi-Scale Robots for Nerve Repair. AAAI 2005: 1286-1291
38EEKay-Yut Chen, Tad Hogg: Experimental Evaluation of an eBay-Style Self-reporting Reputation Mechanism. WINE 2005: 434-443
2004
37EEKay-Yut Chen, Tad Hogg, Nathan Wozny: Experimental study of market reputation mechanisms. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2004: 234-235
36EETad Hogg, Lada A. Adamic: Enhancing reputation mechanisms via online social networks. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2004: 236-237
35EEKristina Lerman, Aram Galstyan, Tad Hogg: Mathematical Analysis of Multi-Agent Systems CoRR cs.RO/0404002: (2004)
2002
34 Alex Fabrikant, Tad Hogg: Graph Coloring with Quantum Heuristics. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 22-27
33EEHristo Bojinov, Arancha Casal, Tad Hogg: Multiagent control of self-reconfigurable robots. Artif. Intell. 142(2): 99-120 (2002)
2001
32 Jeremy Kubica, Arancha Casal, Tad Hogg: Complex Behaviors From Local Rules In Modular Self-Reconfigurable Robots. ICRA 2001: 360-367
31 Jeremy Kubica, Arancha Casal, Tad Hogg: Agent-Based Control for Object Manipulation with Modular Self-reconfigurable Robots. IJCAI 2001: 1344-1352
2000
30EEHristo Bojinov, Arancha Casal, Tad Hogg: Multiagent Control of Self-Reconfigurable Robots. ICMAS 2000: 143-150
29 Hristo Bojinov, Arancha Casal, Tad Hogg: Emergent Structures in Modular Self-Reconfigurable Robots. ICRA 2000: 1734-1741
28EEHristo Bojinov, Arancha Casal, Tad Hogg: Multiagent Control of Self-reconfigurable Robots CoRR cs.RO/0006030: (2000)
27 Tad Hogg, Dmitriy Portnov: Quantum optimization. Inf. Sci. 128(3-4): 181-197 (2000)
1999
26EEBernardo A. Huberman, Matthew K. Franklin, Tad Hogg: Enhancing privacy and trust in electronic communities. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 1999: 78-86
25EETad Hogg: Solving Highly Constrained Search Problems with Quantum Computers. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 10: 39-66 (1999)
1998
24 Tad Hogg: Which Search Problems Are Random? AAAI/IAAI 1998: 438-443
1997
23 Tad Hogg: Exploiting the Deep Structure of Constraint Satisfaction Problems with Quantum Computers. AAAI/IAAI 1997: 334-339
22EEDorothy L. Mammen, Tad Hogg: A New Look at the Easy-Hard-Easy Pattern of Combinatorial Search Difficulty CoRR cs.AI/9707101: (1997)
21 Dorothy L. Mammen, Tad Hogg: A New Look at the Easy-Hard-Easy Pattern of Combinatorial Search Difficulty. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 7: 47-66 (1997)
1996
20EETad Hogg, Bernardo A. Huberman, Colin P. Williams: Phase Transitions and the Search Problem. Artif. Intell. 81(1-2): 1-15 (1996)
19EETad Hogg: Refining the Phase Transition in Combinatorial Search. Artif. Intell. 81(1-2): 127-154 (1996)
18EEScott H. Clearwater, Tad Hogg: Problem Structure Heuristics and Scaling Behavior for Genetic Algorithms. Artif. Intell. 81(1-2): 327-347 (1996)
17EETad Hogg: Quantum Computing and Phase Transitions in Combinatorial Search CoRR cs.AI/9603101: (1996)
16 Tad Hogg: Quantum Computing and Phase Transitions in Combinatorial Search. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 4: 91-128 (1996)
1995
15 Natalie S. Glance, Tad Hogg: Dilemmas in Computational Societies. ICMAS 1995: 117-124
14 Tad Hogg: Social Dilemmas in Computational Ecosystems. IJCAI (1) 1995: 711-718
1994
13 Scott H. Clearwater, Tad Hogg: Exploiting Problem Structure in Genetic Algorithms. AAAI 1994: 1310-1315
12 Tad Hogg, Colin P. Williams: Expected Gains from Parallelizing Constraint Solving for Hard Problems. AAAI 1994: 331-336
11 Tad Hogg, Colin P. Williams: The Hardest Constraint Problems: A Double Phase Transition. Artif. Intell. 69(1-2): 359-377 (1994)
10 Colin P. Williams, Tad Hogg: Exploiting the Deep Structure of Constraint Problems. Artif. Intell. 70(1-2): 73-117 (1994)
1993
9 Colin P. Williams, Tad Hogg: Extending Deep Structure. AAAI 1993: 152-157
8 Tad Hogg, Colin P. Williams: Solving the Really Hard Problems with Cooperative Search. AAAI 1993: 231-236
7 Colin P. Williams, Tad Hogg: The Typicality of Phase Transitions in Search. Computational Intelligence 9: 221-238 (1993)
1992
6 Colin P. Williams, Tad Hogg: Using Deep Structure to Locate Hard Problems. AAAI 1992: 472-477
5EECarl A. Waldspurger, Tad Hogg, Bernardo A. Huberman, Jeffrey O. Kephart, W. Scott Stornetta: Spawn: A Distributed Computational Economy. IEEE Trans. Software Eng. 18(2): 103-117 (1992)
1990
4 Tad Hogg, Jeffrey O. Kephart: Phase transitions in high-dimensional pattern classification. Comput. Syst. Sci. Eng. 5(4): 223-232 (1990)
3EEW. Scott Stornetta, Bernardo A. Huberman, Tad Hogg: Scaling theory for fault stealing algorithms in large systolic arrays. IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems 9(3): 290-298 (1990)
1987
2EEW. Scott Stornetta, Tad Hogg, Bernardo A. Huberman: A Dynamical Approach to Temporal Pattern Processing. NIPS 1987: 750-759
1 Bernardo A. Huberman, Tad Hogg: Phase Transitions in Artificial Intelligence Systems. Artif. Intell. 33(2): 155-171 (1987)

Coauthor Index

1Lada A. Adamic [36]
2Hristo Bojinov [28] [29] [30] [33]
3Michael J. Brzozowski [49] [52]
4Arancha Casal [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33]
5Adriano Cavalcanti [42]
6Kay-Yut Chen [37] [38]
7Scott H. Clearwater [13] [18]
8Alex Fabrikant [34]
9Matthew K. Franklin [26]
10Robert A. Freitas Jr. [50]
11Aram Galstyan [35] [41]
12Natalie S. Glance [15]
13Bernardo A. Huberman [1] [2] [3] [5] [20] [26]
14Jeffrey O. Kephart [4] [5]
15Jeremy Kubica [31] [32]
16Kristina Lerman [35] [41] [51]
17Hwee Choo Liaw [42]
18Dorothy L. Mammen [21] [22]
19Dmitriy Portnov [27]
20Thomas Sandholm [52]
21Bijan Shirinzadeh [42]
22Greg Snider [43]
23David W. Sretavan [39]
24W. Scott Stornetta [2] [3] [5]
25Gábor Szabó [46] [48] [49]
26Carl A. Waldspurger [5]
27Colin P. Williams [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [20]
28Nathan Wozny [37]
29Ruoting Yang [47]
30Mingjun Zhang [47]

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