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General InformationPublicationsResearch Projects

  • M. J. Skocik, D. A. Nembhard, J. H. Kim and L. Rothrock, 2014, "On The Computational Costs of Neuron Models", IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning
  • Lyle N Long and Gregory L. Sinsley, 2013, "Fusion of Information From Multiple Human Sources Using Fuzzy Logic", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication (JACIC), 10, (12)
  • Lyle N Long, 2011, "Cognitive Robotics: Key Challenges in Computational Modeling"
  • Lyle N Long, 2011, "Conscious Robots"
  • Lyle N Long, 2011, "CyberScience and 21st Century Education", Aerospace America
  • Lyle N Long, 2011, "The Need to include Cyberscience in 21st Century Engineering Education"
  • Lyle N Long, 2011, "An Adaptive Spiking Neural Network with Hebbian Learning"
  • Scott D. Hanford and Lyle N Long, 2011, "A cognitive agent for searching indoor environments using a mobile robot"
  • Matt Hill, Rob Kunz, R. Medvitz, R. F. Handschuh, Lyle N Long and Ralph Noack, 2011, "CFD Analysis of Gear Windage Losses: Validation and Parametric Aerodynamic Studies", Journal of Fluids Engineering, 133, (3)
  • Lyle N Long, 2011, "Adaptive Spiking Neural Networks with Hodgkin-Huxley Neurons and Hebbian Learning"
  • T. Kelley and Lyle N Long, 2010, "Deep Blue Can't Play Checkers: the Need for Generalized Intelligence for Mobile Robots", Journal of Robotics
  • Lyle N Long and Troy D. Kelley, 2010, "A Review of Consciousness and the Possibility of Conscious Robots", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, 7, (2)
  • Oranuj Janrathitkarn, Scott D. Hanford and Lyle N Long, 2009, "The Use of Soar Reinforcement Learning for Navigation of a Six-Legged Mobile Robot", AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference
  • Lyle N Long, 2009, "A New Graduate Minor Program in Computational Science", Bull. of American Physical Society (APS), APS March Meeting 2009, 53, (1)
  • A. Gupta and Lyle N Long, 2009, "Hebbian Based Learning with Winner-Take-All for Spiking Neural Networks", Bull. of American Physical Society (APS), APS March Meeting 2009, 53, (1)
  • Amanda Hanford and Lyle N Long, 2009, "The Direct Simulation of Acoustics on Earth, Mars, and Titan", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125, (2)
  • E. Alpman and Lyle N Long, 2009, "An Unstructured Grid Reynolds Stress Model for Separated Turbulent Flow Simulations", International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 23
  • Scott D. Hanford, Oranuj Janrathitkarn and Lyle N Long, 2009, "Control of Mobile Robots Using the Soar Cognitive Architecture", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, 6
  • M. R. Bodnar, Lyle N Long and E. J. Kelmelis, 2008, "Accelerated determination of UAV flight envelopes using GPU's"
  • Lyle N Long and A. Gupta, 2008, "Biologically-Inspired Spiking Neural Networks with Hebbian Learning for Vision Processing"
  • Lyle N Long, 2008, "The Critical Need for Software Engineering Education", CrossTalk: The Journal of Defense Software Engineering
  • P. D. O'Conner, Lyle N Long and J. B. Anderson, 2008, "Accurate Rate Expressions for Simulations of Gas-Phase Chemical Reactions", Journal of Computational Physics, 227, (16), pp. 7664-7673
  • , , , Lyle N L andng, , 2008, "Discrimination of Hidden Load in Human Walking: Human Perception and Automated Classification", Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
  • S. D. Hanford, O. Janrathitkarn and Lyle N Long, 2008, "Control of a Six-Legged Mobile Robot Using the Soar Cognitive Architecture"
  • G. Sinsley, Lyle N Long, A. F. Niessner and J. F. Horn, 2008, "Intelligent Systems Software for Unmanned Air Vehicles"
  • Lyle N Long, A. T. Morris and R. Kwan, 2007, "Software Systems: Year in Review", Aerospace America
  • J. A. Miller, P. D. Minear, A. F. Niessner Jr., A. M. DeLullo, B. R. Geiger, Lyle N Long and J. F. Horn, 2007, "Intelligent Unmanned Air Vehicle Flight Systems", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication (JACIC), 4, (1)
  • E. Alpman, Lyle N Long, C. C. Chen and D. G. Linzell, 2007, "Prediction of Blast Loads on a Deformable Plate using the Euler Equations"
  • Lyle N Long and H. Weiss, 2006, "How Terminal is Terminal Velocity?", American Mathematical Monthly
  • N. Sezer-Uzol and Lyle N Long, 2006, "3-D Time-Accurate CFD Simulations of Wind Turbine Rotor Flow Fields"
  • J. Eedley, L. Weiss, Lyle N Long, D. Sternard, K. Murphy and M. Roan, 2006, "Predicting Precursors to IED Deployment", 7th International Symposium on Technology and the Mine Problem
  • Stephen M. Makinen, Matthew Hill, Farhan Gandhi, Lyle N Long, Roxana Vasilescu and Lakshmi Sankar, 2006, "A Study of the HART-I Rotor with Loose Computational Fluid/Structural Dynamic Coupling", AHS Forum
  • Patrick D. O'Connor, Lyle N Long and James B. Anderson, 2006, "The Direct Simulation of Detonations", AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference
  • J. F. Horn, D. O. Bridges, Lyle N Long and E. Alpman, 2006, "Advanced Modeling and Control Design for Helicopter Shipboard Operations", HeliJapan 2006 AHS International Meeting on Advanced Rotorcraft Technology and Life Saving Activities
  • Brian R. Geiger, Joseph F. Horn, Anthony M. DeLullo, Lyle N Long and Al F. Niessner, 2006, "Optimal Path Planning of UAVs Using Direct Collocation with Nonlinear Programming", AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference
  • Lyle N Long, Lynette Marling, Mike Bailey and Deborah Secor, 2005, "Understanding the Application of Knowledge Management in a Technology Driven Industry"
  • J. A. Miller, Albert F. Niessner, Jr., Anthony M. DeLullo, Paul D. Minear and Lyle N Long, 2005, "Intelligent Unmanned Air Vehicle Flight Systems"
  • S. Hanford, Lyle N Long and J. F. Horn, 2005, "A Semi-Autonomous Quad-Rotor Micro Air Vehicle"
  • Lyle N Long, Scott D. Hanford, Albert F. Niessner, George B. Gurney and Robert P. Hansen, 2005, "An Undergraduate Course in Unmanned Air Vehicles"
  • Lyle N Long and A. Gupta, 2005, "Scalable Massively Parallel Artificial Neural Networks"
  • E. Alpman and Lyle N Long, 2005, "Unstructured Reynolds Stress Model Solutions for Turbulent Flow around a BELL 214ST Fuselage", 1, pp. 370-383
  • E. Alpman and Lyle N Long, 2005, "Separated Turbulent Flow Simulations Using a Reynolds Stress Model and Unstructured Meshes"
  • N. Sezer-Uzol, A. Sharma and Lyle N Long, 2005, "Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations of Ship Airwakes", Journal of Aerospace Engineering, 219, (G)
  • A. Modi, N. Sezer-Uzol, Lyle N Long and P. E. Plassmann, 2005, "Scalable Computational Steering System for Visualization of Large-Scale Fluid Dynamics Simulations", Journal of Aircraft, 42, (4), pp. 963-975
  • D. Lee, N. Sezer-Uzol, J. Horn and Lyle N Long, 2005, "Simulation of Helicopter Shipboard Launch and Recovery with Time-Accurate Airwakes", Journal of Aircraft, 42, (2), pp. 448-461
  • Lyle N Long, 2005, "JACIC Status and Acknowledgements", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, 2, (1)
  • P. O'Connor, Lyle N Long and J. B. Anderson, 2004, "Direct Simulation of Ultrafast Detonations in Mixtures"
  • A. Sharma and Lyle N Long, 2004, "Parallel Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Methods"
  • Lyle N Long, P. E. Plassmann, N. Sezer-Uzol and S. Jindal, 2004, "Real-Time Visualization and Steering of Large-Scale Parallel Simulations"
  • T. Fritz and Lyle N Long, 2004, "A Parallel, Object-Oriented Unsteady Vortex Lattice Method for Flapping Flight"
  • Lyle N Long and S. J. Schweitzer, 2004, "Information and Knowledge Transfer through Archival Journals and On-line Communities"
  • Y. Ozyoruk, E. Alpman, V. Ahuja and Lyle N Long, 2004, "Frequency-Domain Prediction of Turbofan Noise Radiation", Journal of Sound and Vibration, 270, pp. 933-950
  • Lyle N Long, 2004, "Computing, Information, and Communication: The Fifth Pillar of Aerospace Engineering", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, 1, (1)
  • T. E. Fritz and Lyle N Long, 2004, "Object-Oriented Unsteady Vortex Lattice Method for Flapping Flight", Journal of Aircraft, 41, (6)
  • A. L. Danforth and Lyle N Long, 2004, "Nonlinear acoustic simulations using direct simulation Monte Carlo", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 116, (4)
  • Lyle N Long, P. J. Morris and A. Agarwal, 2004, "A Review of Parallel Computing in Computational Aeroacoustics", International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 18, (6)
  • A. Sharma and Lyle N Long, 2004, "Numerical Simulation of the Blast Impact Problem using the Direct Simulation Monte (DSMC) Carlo Method", Journal of Computational Physics, 200, (1)
  • E. Alpman, Lyle N Long and B. Kothmann, 2004, "Understanding Ducted Rotor Antitorque and Directional Control Characteristics Part I: Steady Simulations", Journal of Aircraft, 41, (5)
  • E. Alpman, Lyle N Long and B. Kothmann, 2004, "Understanding Ducted Rotor Antitorque and Directional Control Characteristics Part II: Unsteady Simulations", Journal of Aircraft, 41, (6)
  • K. Corfeld, R. Strawn and Lyle N Long, 2004, "A Computational Aerodynamics Simulation of a Martian Rotorcraft", Journal of the American Helicopter Society, 49, (4)
  • S. Jindal, Lyle N Long and P. E. Plassmann, 2004, "Large Eddy Simulations on a Sphere Using Unstructured Grids"
  • A. Danforth and Lyle N Long, 2004, "Nonlinear Acoustics in Diatomic Gases Using Direct Simulation Monte Carlo"
  • P. D. O'Conner, Lyle N Long and J. B. Anderson, , "A Note on Rate Expressions for Simple Models in Chemical Kinetics", Chemical Physics Letters
  • A. Hanford, P. D. O'Connor, J. B. Anderson and Lyle N Long, , "Predicting absorption and dispersion in acoustics by direct simulation Monte Carlo: Quantum and classical models for molecular relaxation", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
  • Scott D. Hanford, Oranuj Janrathitkarn and Lyle N Long, , "Control of a Six-Legged Mobile Robot Using the Soar Cognitive Architecture", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication
  • Lyle N Long and A. Gupta, , "Scalable Massively Parallel Artifical Neural Networks", Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication (JACIC)
  • Lyle N Long and Gregory L. Sinsley, , "Target Tracking with Data from Hard and Soft Sources using Random Set Theory and a Particle Filter", IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics
 

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