Papers
Paper's I've authored or co-authored.

Yes, yes, I need to list my papers here, and maybe even link to the ones I can find. I've got over 40 papers at this point and it'll take a while to find them all... (particularly some obscure TRs or workshop papers, as well as reports in DTIC which is where much of my post 2003 work has been archived...). I'll add a section later for talks (invited), internal presentations and the like - not stuff that's going to be very accessible anyway.

(In reverse chronological order more or less)

Howard, Mike, Huang, Eric and Miller, Bradford W., "Adversarial Reasoning Under Uncertainty Using a Deterministic Planner," Fifth IEEE Workshop on Situation Management (SIMA 2009) held at MILCOM 2009, Boston MA, October, 2009 {This was work primarily done by Mike and Eric that I sponsored while at Raytheon, based on my need for more realistic world models than traditional deterministic planners could accommodate. We came up with ideas for representing probabilities as "factual terms" that could be reasoned over deterministically. I was added as a co-author on a late draft as Mike was unable to present the paper and I had to attend in his stead.}

Bradford W. Miller, Chung Hee Hwang, Kari Torkkola, Noel Massey. "An Architecture for an Intelligent Driver Assistance System" Proceedings of 2003 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV-2003), June 9-11, 2003, Columbus, Ohio.

Chung Hee HwangNoel Massey, Bradford W. Miller, Kari Torkkola: Hybrid Intelligence for Driver Assistance. FLAIRS Conference 2003: 281-285

Bradford W. Miller, Noel Massey, Robert M. Gardner, “Safe Adaptation in an Automotive Vehicle: The Driver Advocate™,” Safe Learning Agents, AAAI-02 Spring Symposium Series, March 2002 Stanford.

Bradford W. Miller, Noel Massey, Robert M. Gardner, "Diagnosis and Prediction in a Moving Vehicle: The Driver Advocate™,”Information Refinement and Revision for Decision Making, AAAI-02 Spring Symposium Series, March 2002 Stanford.

James Allen, George Ferguson, Brad Miller, Eric Ringger, and Teresa Sikorski, "TRAINS: Towards Practical Dialogue Systems" Handbook of Natural Language Processing, Hermann Moisl, Harry Somers and Robert Dale (eds.), Marcel Dekker Inc, 2000, ISBN 0-8247-9000-6.

Bradford W. Miller and Chung Hee Hwang, “Meta Problem Solving Actions and Pragmatic Frames: Mapping Between Dialogue and Domain,” MCC Technical Report I3S-106-00, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. 2000. 

Bradford W. Miller, Chung Hee Hwang, Yugyung Lee, Janet Roberts, Alexander I. Rudnicky, “The I3S Project: A Mixed, Behavioral and Semantic Approach to Discourse/Dialogue Systems” MCC Technical Report I3S-107-00, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. January 2000.

Bradford W. Miller, "The I3S Project: An Introduction," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, "Ontography," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, "I3S Ontology Description," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, "Reference Module," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, James F. Allen, "Generic Problem Solving Manager," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, Janet R. Roberts, "Actualization Module," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, Janet R. Roberts, "KQML," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.

Bradford W. Miller, "Other DM Services," MCC I3S Technology Note, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, TX. July 1998.    

Bradford W. Miller, "Interaction Plans and Their Recognition," Interactive and Collaborative Planning Workshop, in conjunction with the Fourth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Planning Systems (AIPS-98). June 1998, CMU. 

Bradford W. Miller ``Is Explicit Representation of Initiative Desireable?'' AAAI-97 Spring Symposium Series, Computational Models for Mixed Initiative Interaction, March 24-26 1997, Stanford University. Available as TR SS-97-04 from the AAAI Press.

Miller, B. W. 1996 The Lymphocyte Pattern Matching Engine. Technical Report. UMI Order Number: TN96-6., University of Rochester.

George M. Ferguson , James F. Allen , Brad W. Miller , Eric K. Ringger, The Design and Implementation of the TRAINS-96 System: A Prototype Mixed-Initiative Planning Assistant, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1996 (TN96-5)

Ferguson G, Allen J, Miller B. "TRAINS-95: towards a mixed-initiative planning assistant." In: Drabble B, editor. Proceedings of the third conference on artificial intelligence planning systems (AIPS-96). Edinburgh, Scotland; 1996. p. 70-7.

James F. Allen , Bradford W. Miller , Eric K. Ringger , Teresa Sikorski, "A robust system for natural spoken dialogue," Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics, p.62-70, June 24-27, 1996, Santa Cruz, California  [doi>10.3115/981863.981872]

James F. Allen, Bradford W. Miller, Eric K. RinggerTeresa Sikorski: A Robust System for Natural Spoken Dialogue CoRR cmp-lg/9606023: (1996)

 James F. Allen, Lenhart K. Schubert, George Ferguson, Peter Heeman, Chung Hee Hwang, Tsuneaki Kato, Marc Light, Nathaniel G. Martin, Bradford W. Miller, Massimo Poesio, David R. Traum, "The TRAINS Project: A case study in building a conversational planning agent", Journal of Experimental and Theoretical AI, 7(1995), 7-48.

James F. Allen, George Ferguson, Brad Miller, Eric Ringger "Spoken Dialogue and Interactive Planning" ARPA Spoken Language Technology Workshop, Austin TX, 1995

Brown C. M. (Ed.), with Becker, T., Frank R.,  Fuentes O., Karlsson J., Meira W., Miller B., Rao R., Riopka T., Rosca J., Sarukkai R., Van Wie M., Zaki M., "Mobile Robotics 1994," University of Rochester Computer Science Department TR 588, June 1995

James F. Allen , Lenhart K. Schubert , George Ferguson , Peter Heeman , Chung H Hwang , Tsuneaki Kato , Marc Light , Nathaniel G. Martin , Bradford W. Miller , Massimo Poesio , David R. Traum, The TRAINS Project: A Case Study in Defining a Conversational Planning Agent, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1994 (TRAINS TN 94-3, TR 532)

James F. Allen, Bradford W. Miller, "The SHOCKER System: A Sequence of Self-Guided Tutorials," DRAFT TR xyzzy, March 1993. (Though not formally published or available, this last draft was available for many years from the ftp.cs.rochester.edu server to encourage comments from the community.)

Bradford W. Miller, "Speech lab facilities overview," Departmental Guide 17, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, September 1992.

James F. Allen and Bradford W. Miller, "The RHET System: A Sequence of Self-Guided Tutorials", TR 325, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, July 1991. 

Nathaniel G. Martin and Bradford W. Miller, "The TRAINS-90 Simulator", TRAINS TN 91-4, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, May 1991.

Bradford W. Miller, "The Rhet Programmer's Guide (for Rhet Version 17.9)", TR 363, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, December 1990

Bradford W. Miller, "The Rhetorical Knowledge Representation System Reference Manual (for Rhet Version 17.9)", TR 326, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, November 1990.

Bradford W. Miller, "The Rhet Plan Recognition System Version 1.0," TR 298, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, 1990.

Bradford W. Miller, "Rhet Programmer's Guide (for Version 14.4)," Technical Report 239 (revised*), University of Rochester, Computer Science Department, February 1988, March 1989, January 1990.

James F. Allen and Bradford W. Miller, "The Rhetorical Knowledge Representation System: A User's Manual," TR 238, Computer Science Dept., U. Rochester, February 1988, March 1989, January 1990.

James F. Allen and Bradford W. Miller, "The HORNE Reasoning System in COMMON LISP," Technical Report 126, University of Rochester, Computer Science Department, August 1986, Revised.