Software Research Engineer
Alumnus, Ph.D. Alumnus
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Research and software development in the application of artificial intelligence, web technology, and middleware technology to various domains. Most recent domains include complex resource allocation problems, planning problems, biological experimental data collection & analysis, and space data resource access. Recently started looking at resource identification & selection for collaborations spanning physical and virtual worlds
Part-time PhD student at UMBC. Research interests include real-time and time-constrained planning; hierarchical / distributed resource allocation and planning; and multi-agent systems.
- R. Holder, "Rapid Plan Adaptation Through Offline Analysis of Potential Plan Disruptors", PhdThesis, May 2016, 184 downloads.
- R. Holder, "Problem Space Analysis for Plan Library Generation and Algorithm Selection in Real-time Systems", InProceedings, Proceedings of The 23rd International FLAIRS Conference , May 2010, 1564 downloads.
- R. Holder, "Improving a Plan Library for Real-time Systems Using Nearly Orthogonal Latin Hypercube Sampling", InProceedings, Proceedings of the Twenty-Third AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, July 2008, 3431 downloads.