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Oral Sessions

No. Title Date
Time Place
Mo1 Collaborative Exploration and Patrolling Nov. 3, 2014 (Mon.)
Mo1-1 Market-Based Collaborative Robot Exploration 10:30~10:50 101-102
Mo1-2 Distributed online patrolling with multi-agent teams  of sentinels and searchers 10:50~11:10 101-102
Mo1-3 Human-Robot Collaborative Topological Exploration for Search and Rescue Applications 11:10~11:30 101-102
Mo2 Cooperative Manipulation and Transportation Nov. 3, 2014 (Mon.)
Mo2-1 Multi-Robot Manipulation without Communication 14:10~14:30 101-102
Mo2-2 Distributed Path Planning for Collective Transport Using Homogeneous Multi-Robot Systems 14:30~14:50 101-102
Mo2-3 Collective construction of dynamics equilibrium structure through the interaction of simple robots with semi-active blocks 14:50~15:10 101-102
Mo2-4 Cooperative Lifting and Transport by a Group of Mobile Robots 15:10~15:30 101-102
Mo3 Deployment and Coverage Path Planning Nov. 3, 2014 (Mon.)
Mo3-1 A Repartitioning Algorithm to Guarantee Complete, Non-overlapping Planar Coverage with Multiple Robots 15:50~16:10 101-102
Mo3-2 On Combining Multi-Robot Coverage and Reciprocal Collision Avoidance 16:10~16:30 101-102
Mo3-3 Distributed Co-Optimisation of Throughput for Large-scale Mobile Sensor Networks 16:30~16:50 101-102
Mo4 Task Allocation Nov. 3, 2014 (Mon.)
Mo4-1 A Response Threshold Sigmoid Function Model for Swarm Robot Collaboration 17:00~17:20 101-102
Mo4-2 Potential Game-Theoretic Analysis of a Market-Based Decentralized Task Allocation Algorithm 17:20~17:40 101-102
Mo4-3 The Hybrid Information and Plan Consensus Algorithm with Imperfect Situational Awareness 17:40~18:00 101-102
Tu1 Formation Control and Navigation Nov. 4, 2014 (Tue.)
Tu1-1 Adaptive Leader-Follower Formation in Cluttered Environment using Dynamic Target Reconfiguration 10:30~10:50 101-102
Tu1-2 Glider CT: Analysis and Experimental Validation 10:50~11:10 101-102
Tu1-3 Scalable Formation Control of Multi-Robot Chain Networks using a PDE Abstraction 11:10~11:30 101-102
Tu1-4 Decoupled formal synthesis for almost separable systems with temporal logic specifications 11:30~11:50 101-102
Tu3 Cooperative Localization and Mapping Nov. 4, 2014 (Tue.)
Tu3-1 Scalable Cooperative Localization with Minimal Sensor Configuration 15:50~16:10 101-102
Tu3-2 Towards Cooperative Localization in Robotic Swarms 16:10~16:30 101-102
Tu3-3 MOARSLAM: Multiple Operator Augmented RSLAM 16:30~16:50 101-102
Tu4 Multi-Robot Path Planning Nov. 4, 2014 (Tue.)
Tu4-1 Motion Planning of Multiple Mobile Robots based on Artificial Potential for Human Behavior and Robot Congestion 17:00~17:20 101-102
Tu4-2 DisCoF: Cooperative Pathfinding in Distributed Systems with Limited Sensing and Communication Range 17:20~17:40 101-102
Tu4-3 Decentralized Multi-Agent Path Selection Using Minimal Information 17:40~18:00 101-102
We1 Source Localization and Target Tracking Nov. 5, 2014 (Wed.)
We1-1 A Graph-Based Formation Algorithm for Odor Plume Tracing 09:10~09:30 101-102
We1-2 Multi-agent Visibility Based Target Tracking Game 09:30~09:50 101-102
We1-3 Distributed Safe Deployment of Networked Robots 09:50~10:10 101-102
We2 Multi-Robot Communication and Learning Nov. 5, 2014 (Wed.)
We2-1 Knowledge Co-creation Framework: Novel Transfer Learning Method in Heterogeneous Multi-agent Systems 10:30~10:50 101-102
We2-2 Communication Network Discovery Strategies for Multi-Robot Deployments 10:50~11:10 101-102
We2-3 Distributed Communication and Localization Algorithms for Homogeneous Robotic Swarm 11:10~11:30 101-102

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