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  1. Research in Progress, Not Yet Funded.
  2. Funded Research Last Five Years.

 

A. Research in Progress, Not Yet Funded:

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2005, National Science Foundation, “Evolving Problem Solving Cultures”, (PI), 3 years, $295,938, submitted May 3, 2005. Not funded.

 

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2005, National Science Foundation, “AOC: Early Cultural Evolution”, (PI, co-PI’s Robert Whallon, and David B. Fogel), 3 years, $711,198, submitted February 23, 2005.

 

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2005, Wayne State University, “Building Partnership Between Wayne State’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the University of Windsor High Speed Computing Institute, (PI, co PI Ziad Kobti), 1 year, $5,000, submitted February 25, 2005. Not funded.

 

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2004, National Science Foundation, “The Effect of Environmental Diversity on the Emergence of Social Complexity in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico”, (PI, co-PI’s K. Flannery, and J. Marcus), 5 years, $1,557,865, submitted November 17, 2004. Not funded. 

 

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2004, National Science Foundation, “A Novel Graduate Training and Education Program in Language Engineering”, F. Fotouhi PI, WSU, co-PI with A. Aristar, H. Jamil, and S. Lu, $2,945,221, 5 years, submitted April 29, 2004. Not funded. 

 

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2004, National Science Foundation, “Coordinating Multi-Jurisdictional Disaster response Using Cultural Algorithms: Exploiting Knowledge Swarms to Improve System Resiliency”, (PI, co-PI with S. White, J. Tan, D. Brandenburg, and A. Batteau),  $726,291, 2 years, submitted March 1, 2004. Not funded 

 

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2004, National Science Foundation, “ITR: Collaborative Research: The Language Information Grid” (F. Fotouhi, PI, Wayne State University, co-PI with: S. Lu, A. Aristar, H. Jamil, D. Grosu, M. Brockmeyer; Univ. of Michigan Dearborn  W. Grosky, N. Patel, Y. Song; Eastern Michigan Univ. H. Aristar; Univ. of Arizona; T. Langandan, S. Farrar; Univ. of California-Fresno, W. Lewis), $3,445,037,. Not funded.

 

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2003, National Science Foundation, “The Effect of Decision-Making on Language Evolution” (co-PI, PI R. Whallon, University of Michigan), 3 years, $416,908. Not funded. Under revision.

 

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2003, NASA, “Computational Approaches to Modeling Culture and Aerospace Safety”, (co-PI, PI Allen Batteau) pre-proposal submitted, March 28, 2003. Not funded.

 

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2003, National Science Foundation, ITR, “Multiple Agency Jurisdiction Organizational response (MAJOR) Disaster Management”, PI, (co-PI S. White, J. Tan, D. Brandenburg, and A. Batteau) five years, $1,027,800, submitted February 15, 2003. Not funded.  

 

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2000, National Science Foundation, “Biocomplexity: An Integrated Approach to Biological and Cultural Adaptation”, (D. Read, PI, UCLA, co-PI with M. Fischer, and J. Johnson, five years, $2,604,920, not funded. 

 

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2000, National Science Foundation, “Biocomplexity Approaches to the Location, Formation, and Dissolution of Neolithic Villages in the Prehispanic U.S. Southwest”, two years, (co-PI, T. Kohler, PI, Washington State University, K. Kolm, and M. Varien co-PI’s), two years, $404,101, not funded. 

 

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2000, National Science Foundation, “Intregrated Model for Human Ecodynamics in a Small-scale Agricultural Society “,(co-PI, T. Kohler, PI, Washington State University, K. Kolm, and M. Varien co-PI’s), two years, $130,400. Not funded. 

 

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2000, National Science Foundation, “Modeling Pueblo II/III Aggregation and Settlement Changes in Southwest Colorado Incorporating Paleo-hydrology and Changing Agricultural and Economic Strategies”, (co-PI, T. Kohler, PI, Washington State University, K. Kolm, and M. Varien co-PI’s), two years,  $126,706. Not funded. 

 

 

B. Funded Research Last Five Years: 

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2003-2005, Wayne State University Research Enhancement Program, “Advanced Technologies for Language Engineering: A Digital Library for Endangered Languages”, (F. Fotouhi, PI, co-PI with S. Lu, and A Aristar), two years, $185,000.

 

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2002-2005, National Science Foundation, Biocomplexity,  “Coupled Human/Social  Systems Over Long Periods: Mesa Verde Region Prehispanic Dynamics”, ( Co-PI with T. Kohler, M.Varien, and K. Kolm),  three years, $920,821.

 

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1999-2002, National Science Foundation, Computer and Intelligent Systems Engineering Division, “Computational Models of State Formation” (PI, co-PI K. Flannery), three years, $ 294, 441.

 

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1996-1997, National Science Foundation, "Coalition for New Manufacturing  Education: AI Based Learning Tools", Total Cost, $32,432.

 

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1994 - 1995, Ford Motor Company, "The Development of an Adaptive Knowledge Based Float Glass Scheduler Using Cultural Algorithms", Total Cost, $25,000.

 

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1994 -1995, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, "The Use of Problem Solving Paradigms in the Stepwise Refinement of Object Oriented Languages (renewal)", Total Cost, $22,000.

 

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