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AROBOTS
2004
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Planetary Cliff Descent Using Cooperative Robots
Future robotic planetary exploration will need to traverse geographically diverse and challenging terrain. Cliffs, ravines, and fissures are of great scientific interest because th...
Erik Mumm, Shane Farritor, Paolo Pirjanian, Chris ...
AROBOTS
2004
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A Paradigm for Dynamic Coordination of Multiple Robots
In this paper, we present a paradigm for coordinating multiple robots in the execution of cooperative tasks. The basic idea in the paper is to assign to each robot in the team, a ...
Luiz Chaimowicz, Vijay Kumar, Mario Fernando Monte...
JNW
2007
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Collision Prevention Platform for a Dynamic Group of Asynchronous Cooperative Mobile Robots
— This paper presents a fail-safe platform on which cooperative mobile robots rely for their motion. The platform consists of a collision prevention protocol for a dynamic group ...
Rami Yared, Xavier Défago, Julien Iguchi-Ca...
TROB
2008
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Analysis of Humanoid Appearances in Human-Robot Interaction
- It is important to identify how much the appearance of a humanoid robot affects human behaviors toward it. We compared participants' impressions of and behaviors toward two ...
Takayuki Kanda, Takahiro Miyashita, Taku Osada, Yu...
TROB
2008
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Using Sensor Morphology for Multirobot Formations
In formation-maintenance (formation control) tasks, robots maintain their relative position with respect to their peers, according to a desired geometric shape. Previous work has e...
Gal A. Kaminka, Ruti Schechter-Glick, Vladimir Sad...
TROB
2008
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A Complete and Scalable Strategy for Coordinating Multiple Robots Within Roadmaps
Abstract--This paper addresses the challenging problem of finding collision-free trajectories for many robots moving toward individual goals within a common environment. Most popul...
Mike Peasgood, Christopher M. Clark, John McPhee
JIRS
2007
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Task-based Hardware Reconfiguration in Mobile Robots Using FPGAs
This paper presents a methodology for the realization of intelligent, task-based reconfiguration of the computational hardware for mobile robot applications. Task requirements are ...
Sesh Commuri, V. Tadigotla, L. Sliger
JFR
2007
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Adaptive teams of autonomous aerial and ground robots for situational awareness
In this paper, we report on the integration challenges of the various component technologies developed towards the establishment of a framework for deploying an adaptive system of...
M. Ani Hsieh, Anthony Cowley, James F. Keller, Lui...
TCS
2008
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Arbitrary pattern formation by asynchronous, anonymous, oblivious robots
From an engineering point of view, the problem of coordinating a set of autonomous, mobile robots for the purpose of cooperatively performing a task has been studied extensively o...
Paola Flocchini, Giuseppe Prencipe, Nicola Santoro...
IJRR
2007
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Creating High-quality Paths for Motion Planning
Many algorithms have been proposed that create a path for a robot in an environment with obstacles. Most methods are aimed at finding a solution. However, for many applications, ...
Roland Geraerts, Mark H. Overmars
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