Seminar Autonomous Mobile Systems
In this seminar we will focus on concepts and techniques used in the field of mobile robotics.
Requirerments & Information:
Dr. Wolfram Burgard
- Co-organizers: Cyrill Stachniss, Rudolph Triebel, and Oscar Martinez Mozos
- 1st meeting will take place at the 27.4.2005, 16:15 in building 079, ground floor, seminar room (for registered students only!)
- You have to prepare a talk of approx. 30 minutes and write a summary. Both can be done in English or German.
- The seminar is restricted to 12 students and all places are assigned.
Therefore no registration is possible anymore.
- A first version of the slides must be submitted up to 16.06.2005.
- Deadline for the summary is 24.6.2005.
- The summaries should be approx. 6 pages long (not counting titlepage, toc, reference, or large figures).
Much longer summaries will not be accepted!
- Dates: 27.6.05 and 28.6.05 (10h-17h).
The Delayed D* Algorithm for Efficient Path Replanning
Dave Ferguson, Anthony Stentz
Reachability Analysis of Sampling Based Planners
Roland Geraerts, Mark H. Overmars
Active Sensing for High-Speed Offroad Driving
Kayur Patel, Walter Macklem, Sebastian Thrun, Mike Montemerlo
V. Cheung, B. Frey, N. Jojic
Robust Real-time Object Detection
Vision-Based Indoor Scene Analysis for Natural Landmark Detection
M. Rous, H. Luepschen, K. Kraiss
Using the topological skeleton for scalable global
Joseph Modayil, Patrick Beeson and Benjamin Kuipers
Improving Grid-based SLAM with Rao-Blackwellized Particle
Filters by Adaptive Proposals and Selective Resampling
Giorgio Grisetti, Cyrill Stachniss, Wolfram Burgard
Dynamic Maps for Long-Term Operation of Mobile Service Robots
Peter Bieber, Tom Duckett
The revisiting problem in mobile robot map building:
A hierarchical Bayesian approach.
B. Stewart, J. Ko, D. Fox, and K. Konolige.
SLAM using Incremental Probabilistic PCA and Dimensionality Reduction
Emma Brunskill, Nicholas Roy
Global A-Optimal Robot Exploration in SLAM
Robert Sim, Nicholas Roy