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Mathematics, & Medicine
Dr. Dean S. Hartley III
The pictures above are just fun, with no direct relationship to projects.
For projects, select one of the links below.
- Algorithms for
Psychopharmacology: Introduced the use of influence
diagrams as an alternative presentation method for the
International Psychopharmacology Algorithm Project (IPAP). Supported the creation and execution of a
web-conference to create
psychopharmacology algorithms and analyzed its conduct.
Published a chapter in Textbook of Treatment
Algorithms in Psychopharmacology, Wiley,
1999. Chaired the Technology working group in Beijing
meeting in 2000. Supported the creation of psychopharmacology algorithms.
- Modern Aids to Planning Program (MAPP) Model Improvement:
Principal Investigator for integration of The
Joint Staff/J-8 MAPP, a $6-10 million/year,
multi-year computer war games project. This project
involved design, implementation and improvement of
several simulations and their support structure.
Associated research included development of an expert
system for Air Task Order (ATO) generation and the topology of the clustering
- Industrial Projects for Milliken & Co.:
Improved, using topology, a computer color matching
program for textile dye formulation.
- Combat Modeling Projects for The Joint Staff: Managed the
conversion of combat models from IBM computers to
Honeywell computers. Set standards and edited
documentation for the Vector-1, TANDEM, and UNICORN
combat models. Performed IV&V on the TAC CONTENDER game-theoretic
- BC M&S S&T:
Participated in project for the US Army Battle Command
Simulation & Experimentation (BCSE), G3/5/7, to
create Roadmap for Battle Command (BC) Modeling &
Simulation (M&S) Science & Technology (S&T).
- Grid-Level Energy Storage: Supported the Rather Creative Innovations
Group (RCIG) in applying the MAGLEV2000™
superconducting magnetic levitation technology to
the problem of energy storage.
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