I am a research associate professor at Northwestern University. My research interests are interactive performance-support systems for design, case-based and analogical reasoning, qualitative reasoning and simulation, and natural language processing.
I'm currently working on developing Long-Lived Learning Software Companions for the AFOSR Robust Computational Intelligence program.
Hinrichs, T., Forbus, K., de Kleer, J., Yoon, S., Jones, E., Hyland, R., and Wilson, J. (2011). Hybrid Qualitative Simulation of Military Operations.Proceedings of the 23rd Innovative Applications for Artificial Intelligence Conference, pp. 1655-1661, San Francisco, CA.
Hinrichs, T.R. (1997). Plausible Design Advice through Case-Based Reasoning. In M.L. Maher and P. Pu, (Eds.), Issues and Applications of Case Based Reasoning in Design, pages 133-159. Hillsdale, NJ.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Pubs.