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Publications from 2007
Theses
  1. Sara McGrath. Active Reflex-Based Balancing for Small Humanoid Robots. Master's thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, June 2007. [Slides] [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


Journal Articles/Book Chapters
  1. Jacky Baltes and John Anderson. Intelligent Global Vision for Teams of Mobile Robots. In Sascha Kolski, editor, Mobile Robots: Perception & Navigation, chapter 9, pages 165-186. Advanced Robotic Systems International/pro literatur Verlag, Vienna, Austria, 2007. [bibtex-entry]


  2. Mark Karpenko, Nariman Sepehri, and John Anderson. Decentralized Coordinated Motion Control of Two Hydraulic Actuators Handling a Common Object. ACME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, 129:729-741, September 2007. [bibtex-entry]


Conference Articles
  1. Jeff Allen and John Anderson. A Vision-Based Approach to Imitation Using Heterogeneous Demonstrators. In Christopher Geib and David Pynadath, editors, Proceedings of the AAAI Workshop on Plan and Intent Recognition, Vancouver, Canada, pages 9-16, July 2007. AAAI Press. [Slides] [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. John Anderson and Jacky Baltes. A Mixed Reality Approach to Undergraduate Robotics Education. In Robert Holte and Adele Howe, editors, Proceedings of AAAI-07 (Robot Exhibition Papers), Vancouver, Canada, July 2007. AAAI Press. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  3. John Anderson and Jacky Baltes. A Pragmatic Global Vision System for Educational Robotics. In Robots and Robot Venues: Resources for AI Education, AAAI Spring Symposium Series, Stanford, CA, pages 1-6, March 2007. [Slides] [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  4. Nathan Wiebe and John Anderson. A Local Approach to Developing Grounded Spatial References in Multi-Robot Systems. In Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE/RSJ International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS-2007), San Diego, CA, pages 1357-1364, October 2007. [bibtex-entry]



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