Prakash P. Shenoy
Ronald G. Harper Distinguished Professor of Artificial Intelligence

Research


RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence
  • Knowledge-based Systems/Bayes Nets/Valuation-Based Systems
  • Decision Analysis
  • Game Theory
  • Predictive Analytics


RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

  • University of Kansas Hospital, "A Refresh of the Model for Estimating Medicare/Supplemental Security Income Fraction for 340B Drug Pricing Program Qualification," $49,000, October--November, 2018.
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, "Belief Function Models for Space Situational Awareness," $19,920, January--December, 2018.
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, "Belief Function Models for Space Situational Awareness," $18,398, April--December, 2017.
  • Honeywell Federal Manufacturing and Technology, "Reducing Error in Purchase Order Forecasting using Individualized Vendor Performance Models," $119,993, July--December 2017, with S. Hillmer as co-PI.
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, "Measuring Information Quality in Multi-Sensor Data Fusion Applications," $24,675, June--September 2015
  • American International Group, Inc., "Predicting Probabilities of Dismissal of 10b-5 Securities Class Action Cases,", $125,000, April--September, 2015, with S. Hillmer as co-PI
  • University of Kansas Hospital, "A Model for Estimating Medicare/Supplemental Security Income Fraction for 340B Drug Pricing Program Qualification," $50,000, March--June, 2014, with S. Hillmer as co-PI
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, "A Principled Approach to Fusion and Inference Using the Valuation-based Systems Framework," $63,181, November 2013--August 2014
  • Raytheon Missile Systems, Inc., "Multi-Sensor Fusion," $50,027, August--December 2007
  • Raytheon Missile Systems, Inc., "Belief Function Machine," $45,053, January--June 2003
  • Raytheon Missile Systems, Inc., "The Belief Machine: A MatLab Environment for Belief Function Reasoning," $80,447, January--December 2002
  • Hughes Research Laboratories, "Decision Networks," $20,000, January--December 1999
  • Hughes Research Laboratories, "Multi-Sensor Fusion," $35,000, January--December 1996
  • Hughes Research Laboratories, "Multi-Sensor Fusion," $20,000, January--December 1995
  • University of Kansas General Research Fund, "A Decision Calculus for Spohn's Theory of Epistemic Beliefs," $4,500, 1994--95
  • National Science Foundation, Decision, Risk and Management Science program, # SES-9213558, "Valuation-Based Systems for Decision Analysis," $50,000, 1992--93
  • University of Kansas General Research Fund and School of Business Research Fund, "A Qualitative Uncertainty Calculus," $10,762, 1992--93
  • National Science Foundation, Research Experiences for Undergraduates program, "Belief Functions in Artificial Intelligence," $4,000, 1990--91
  • Apple Computer, Inc., Higher Education Academic Development Donations program, #Q290-039, "MacEvidence: A Visual Evidential Language for Building Expert Systems," $12,437, 1990
  • National Science Foundation, Database and Expert Systems program, #IRI-8902444, "Belief Functions in Artificial Intelligence," $181,715, 1989--91, with G. Shafer
  • Peat Marwick Main Foundation, Research Opportunities in Auditing program, #88-146, "Auditor's Assistant: A Graphical Language for Expert Systems for Auditing," $39,980, 1989--90, with G. Shafer and R. Srivastava
  • Peat Marwick Main Foundation, Research Opportunities in Auditing program, #87-135, "Auditor's Assistant: An Interactive System for Organizing and Evaluating Audit Judgments," $39,499, 1988--89, with G. Shafer and R. Srivastava
  • National Science Foundation, Database and Expert Systems program, #IRI-8610293, "Belief Functions in Artificial Intelligence," $247,862, 1986--89, with G. Shafer
  • Peat Marwick Main Foundation, Research Opportunities in Auditing program, #85-180, "An Interactive Tool for Managing Uncertainty in Expert Systems for Auditing," $36,663, 1986-87, with G. Shafer and R. Srivastava
  • University of Kansas General Research Fund and School of Business Research Fund, "A Competitive Economic Order Quantity Model," $5,802, 1984-85
  • University of Kansas General Research Fund and School of Business Research Fund, "On Rawlsian Economic Justice," $4,623, 1981-82
  • University of Kansas General Research Fund and School of Business Research Fund, "Measuring Power in Voting Systems," $4,615, 1980-81
  • University of Kansas General Research Fund and School of Business Research Fund, "Group Decision Making Schemes," $3,031, 1979-80

Last updated Monday August 26, 2019