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Execware, LLC is a holding company with a portfolio of 7 patents of the CEO's software inventions, conceived incrementally over the years, all related to a radically different information visualization methodology named contextual data modeling (CDM). With CDM you build datasets of the things/events/people/places/whatever (or a mix) that you analyze, plan, manage, or monitor in your field (especially intelligence analysis and law investigation). Then you manipulate/model the displayed data to reflect your evolving reasoning.
This website gives you some practical examples of human reasoning, cognitive science support of CDM, an overview of the user interface, and access to the 7 patents plus a link to download an embodiment of several of the early patents.
The CDM inventor now believing he can add no more to the concept of CDM, Execware is ready for a major analytics firm to commercialize his patents.
Robert Listou CEO, Execware, LLC
Robert Listou completed his undergraduate education in aeronautical and mechanical engineering at the Air Force Institute of Technology. He then earned a master of Science Degree in Industrial Management from Purdue University, and has taken independent courses in business law and cognitive psychology. A pilot and operations officer during the early of his career, Listou then worked in aircraft development and acquisition, then in formulating Air Force systems management policy and procedures, as an inspector general, and as Colonel headed the staff in Air Force Headquarters responsible for planning and coordinating the AF-wide organizational structure.
Listou has been a serial inventor for 25 years after retiring from a management consultancy where he served as COO. From a consulting engagement with the White House he developed a concept for the information visualization and modeling methodology he named Contextual Data Modeling (CDM) that supports human reasoning. After affirmations of CDM by a cognitive scientist at Georgetown University, then of an early prototype software program by a professor of evidence marshaling at the (now) National Intelligence University, Listou continued to patent enhancements until, after his 7th patent in late 2012, he now believes the concept is complete.
Execware contracted for development of a demo version of Reason software as a free program that only partially embodies the CDM patents.It is downloadable elsewhere on this website.
In August 2014 Listou was issued a patent for a projector with the lens in an articulated arm, and a remote control, for disabled persons to enjoy any type of digital content. In June 2016 he obtained a provisional patent for a small foldable trash trailer pulled by a hitch temporarily affixed to an auto.
Allen Anderson spent his first career in military mapping and terrain intelligence work, first in the Far East and then in Washington, D.C. His government career culminated as the director of operations of the Defense Mapping Agency (now National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, NGA), with responsibility for worldwide operations. Following that he joined The Analytical Sciences Corporation, where he served as director of a division performing systems engineering on IT projects for several national intelligence agencies. Subsequently, he joined Intergraph Corp., a computer hardware and software producer specializing in engineering and document management applications. He served as director of international marketing for the over fifty countries in which Intergraph operated through subsidiaries and distributors. Later, he also managed the company's operations in the Middle East and South Asia.
Bart Finney, Ph.D.
A native of New Mexico, Bartlett J. Finney is a retired professor of management, teaching primarily at universities in Kansas and Missouri and online through Park University. He received a PhD from Kansas State University and is professionally certified as a Senior Professional ( SPHR) by the Human Resource Certification Institute and as a Certified Business Manager Associate (CBMA) by the Institute of Management. He is now involved in enterprise strategic planning.
Andrew Johnson, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Park University - Parkville Campus
Andrew Johnson Ph.D. is a full professor of Psychology at Park University. His doctorate is from Kansas State University in Experimental Psychology, with specialization in Cognition. His research has focused on memory, language, metacognition, and assessment of learning. Johnson's memberships include the Association for Psychological Science (American Psychological Association Division), the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (American Association of Colleges and Universities), and the Great Plains Behavioral Research Association. Johnson currently serves as Chair of the CLEP-Psychology Test Development Committee and as a member of the test management team for the Advanced Placement Psychology Examination (College Board). Previously, he served as Chair of the Major Field Test in Psychology Review Committee (Educational Testing Services 2013-2014). Notable awards include the Excellence in Higher Education Award 2015 (Kansas City Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce), the Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award 2012(Park University), and the Missouri Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching 2004. Johnson was the first to apply SAGrader technology to psychology. SAGrader is a web-hosted learning tool that automatically scores student essay responses. In 2010, Johnson was a co-founder of data technology start up Dart Research.