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ICRA
2010
IEEE
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Automatic synthesis of robot controllers for tasks with locative prepositions
—This paper describes the synthesis of correct robot control from high-level tasks that include non-projective locative prepositions. Here, locative prepositions such as ‘near...
Hadas Kress-Gazit, George J. Pappas
ICRA
2010
IEEE
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Comparing and modeling distributed control strategies for miniature self-assembling robots
— We propose two contrasting approaches to the scalable distributed control of a swarm of self-assembling miniaturized robots, specifically the formation of chains of a desired ...
William C. Evans, Grégory Mermoud, Alcherio...
IJON
2008
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Topos: Spiking neural networks for temporal pattern recognition in complex real sounds
This article depicts the approach used to build the Topos application, a simulation of two-wheel robots able to discern real complex sounds. Topos is framed in the nouvelle concep...
Pablo González-Nalda, Blanca Cases
HRI
2010
ACM
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Towards industrial robots with human-like moral responsibilities
—Robots do not have any capability of taking moral responsibility. At the same time industrial robotics is entering a new era with “intelligent” robots sharing workbench with...
Baran Çürüklü, Gordana Dodig...
AR
2010
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Novel Energy Transfer Mechanism in a Running Quadruped Robot with One Actuator per Leg
In this work we develop a novel method, or mechanism, of energy transfer in a quadruped running robot. The robot possesses only one actuator per leg, for lower weight and greater ...
Nicholas Cherouvim, Evangelos Papadopoulos
RAS
2008
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Monitoring the execution of robot plans using semantic knowledge
Even the best laid plans can fail, and robot plans executed in real world domains tend to do so often. The ability of a robot to reliably monitor the execution of plans and detect...
Abdelbaki Bouguerra, Lars Karlsson, Alessandro Saf...
RAS
2007
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Multi-robot mobility enhanced hop-count based localization in ad hoc networks
The localization problem is important in mobile robots and wireless sensor network and has been studied for many years. Among many localization methods, the hop-count based approa...
Terence Chung Hsin Sit, Zheng Liu, Marcelo H. Ang ...
RAS
2007
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Cognitive maps for mobile robots - an object based approach
Robots are rapidly evolving from factory work-horses to robot-companions. The future of robots, as our companions, is highly dependent on their abilities to understand, interpret ...
Shrihari Vasudevan, Stefan Gächter, Viet Nguy...
AROBOTS
2007
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An integrated particle filter and potential field method applied to cooperative multi-robot target tracking
We describe a novel method whereby a particle filter is used to create a potential field for robot control without prior clustering. We show an application of this technique to ...
Roozbeh Mottaghi, Richard T. Vaughan
AEI
2010
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Ikaros: Building cognitive models for robots
The Ikaros project started in 2001 with the aim of developing an open infrastructure for system-level brain modeling. The system has developed into a general tool for cognitive mo...
Christian Balkenius, Jan Morén, Birger Joha...
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