Sensor Based Intelligent Robots

International Workshop Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, October 15–20, 2000 Selected Revised Papers

  • Gregory D. Hager
  • Henrik Iskov Christensen
  • Horst Bunke
  • Rolf Klein
Conference proceedings

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-45993-6

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2238)

Table of contents (20 papers)

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
  2. Sensing

    1. Generic Model Abstraction from Examples
      Yakov Keselman, Sven Dickinson
      Pages 1-24
    2. Omnidirectional Vision for Appearance-Based Robot Localization
      B. J. A. Kröse, N. Vlassis, R. Bunschoten
      Pages 39-50
    3. Vision for Interaction
      H. I. Christensen, D. Kragic, F. Sandberg
      Pages 51-73
    4. Vision and Touch for Grasping
      Rolf P. Würtz
      Pages 74-86
    5. A New Technique for the Extraction and Tracking of Surfaces in Range Image Sequences
      X. Jiang, S. Hofer, T. Stahs, I. Ahrns, H. Bunke
      Pages 87-100
    6. Dynamic Aspects of Visual Servoing and a Framework for Real-Time 3D Vision for Robotics
      Markus Vincze, Minu Ayromlou, Stefan Chroust, Michael Zillich, Wolfgang Ponweiser, Dietmar Legenstein
      Pages 101-121
    7. Partitioned Image-Based Visual Servo Control: Some New Results
      Peter Corke, Seth Hutchinson, Nicholas R. Gans
      Pages 122-140
    8. Towards Robust Perception and Model Integration
      Bernt Schiele, Martin Spengler, Hannes Kruppa
      Pages 141-158
  3. Robotics

    1. Large Consistent Geometric Landmark Maps
      Wolfgang Rencken, Wendelin Feiten, Martin Soika
      Pages 159-176
    2. Tactile Man-Robot Interaction for an Industrial Service Robot
      Steen Kristensen, Mathias Neumann, Sven Horstmann, Frieder Lohnert, Andreas Stopp
      Pages 177-194
    3. Multiple-Robot Motion Planning = Parallel Processing + Geometry
      Susan Hert, Brad Richards
      Pages 195-215
    4. Modelling, Control and Perception for an Autonomous Robotic Airship
      Alberto Elfes, Samuel S. Bueno, Josué J. G. Ramos, Ely C. de Paiva, Marcel Bergerman, José R. H. Carvalho et al.
      Pages 216-244
    5. On the Competitive Complexity of Navigation Tasks
      Christian Icking, Thomas Kamphans, Rolf Klein, Elmar Langetepe
      Pages 245-258
    6. Geometry and Part Feeding
      A. Frank van der Stappen, Robert-Paul Berretty, Ken Goldberg, Mark H. Overmars
      Pages 259-281
    7. CoolBOT: A Component-Oriented Programming Framework for Robotics
      Jorge Cabrera-Gámez, Antonio Carlos Domínguez-Brito, Daniel Hernández-Sosa
      Pages 282-304
  4. Intelligence

    1. Particle Filtering with Evidential Reasoning
      Christopher K. Eveland
      Pages 305-316
    2. Structure and Process: Learning of Visual Models and Construction Plans for Complex Objects
      G. Sagerer, C. Bauckhage, E. Braun, J. Fritsch, F. Kummert, F. Lömker et al.
      Pages 317-344
    3. Autonomous Fast Learning in a Mobile Robot
      Wolfgang Maass, Gerald Steinbauer, Roland Koholka
      Pages 345-356

About these proceedings

Introduction

Robotics is a highly interdisciplinary research topic, that requires integration of methods for mechanics, control engineering, signal processing, planning, gra- ics, human-computer interaction, real-time systems, applied mathematics, and software engineering to enable construction of fully operational systems. The diversity of topics needed to design, implement, and deploy such systems implies that it is almost impossible for individual teams to provide the needed critical mass for such endeavors. To facilitate interaction and progress on sensor-based intelligent robotics inter-disciplinary workshops are necessary through which - depthdiscussioncanbeusedforcrossdisseminationbetweendi?erentdisciplines. The Dagstuhl foundation has organized a number of workshops on Mod- ing and Integration of Sensor Based Intelligent Robot Systems. The Dagstuhl seminars take place over a full week in a beautiful setting in the Saarland in Germany. The setting provides an ideal environment for in-depth presentations and rich interaction between the participants. This volume contains papers presented during the fourth workshop held - tober 15–20, 2000. All papers were submitted by workshop attendees, and were reviewed by at least one reviewer. We wish to thank all of the reviewers for their invaluable help in making this a high-quality selection of papers. We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Schloss Dagstuhl Foundation and the sta? at Springer-Verlag. Without their support the production of this volume would not have been possible.

Keywords

3D AI Planning Algorithmic Learning Computer Vision Control Engineering Human-Computer Interaction Image Sequences Learning Algorithms Machine Perception Motion Planning Navigation intelligence mobile robot robotics sensing

Editors and affiliations

  • Gregory D. Hager
    • 1
  • Henrik Iskov Christensen
    • 2
  • Horst Bunke
    • 3
  • Rolf Klein
    • 4
  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceJohns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore
  2. 2.Center for Autonomous Systems, CVAPRoyal Institute of TechnologySweden
  3. 3.Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of BernGerman
  4. 4.Institute for Computer Science IUniversity of BonnUSA

Bibliographic information

  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-43399-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-45993-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743