I'm a Programmer Analyst working in the Soar Group at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute. I primarily work on the Soar IFOR project maintaining the Soar ModSAF Interface. I also help with maintenance of the Soar software on occasion. Recently I've been working on a Tcl/Tk front-end for Soar. I do a lot of hacking in C, Unix/sh, X, and HTML. Although lately, I'm trying to make my life easier with Perl.
My current homepage has a number of often-used and/or interesting references.
Before going to UCI, I was a Lead Scientist at the MITRE Corporation in McLean, VA. I worked there from 1982 to 1987 on several AI projects involving qualitative reasoning, truth maintenance, knowledge-based systems, cooperating expert systems, natural language processing, hierarchical planning, and knowledge representation languages. I've also taught several CS classes for Chapman University at their Los Angeles Academic Center and UCI including Pascal, Compilers, and AI. Before coming to USC/ISI I did a lot of hacking in Lisp, Prolog, and Pascal. If you twisted my arm I might remember how to code in C++, Mathematica, PL/I, APL, Scheme, lex, yacc, awk, sed and a few others.