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Quantum robots can fly; play games: an IBM quantum experience
Mahanti S., Das S., Behera B., Panigrahi P. Quantum Information Processing 18(7): 1-10, 2019. Type: Article
The magic of this hypothetical robot is confined to its “brain,” which is supposed to be a full-fledged quantum computer (QC). The rest of the robot is an extended classical Braitenberg vehicle, that is, two rear wheels and a propeller...
Mar 23 2020
Robust planning with incomplete domain models
Nguyen T., Sreedharan S., Kambhampati S. Artificial Intelligence 245 134-161, 2017. Type: Article
To develop a plan, a model is constructed. In the model, it is necessary to have complete knowledge about the states, functionalities, and dynamics of the agents in the domain, system, or scenario. These necessities cannot be afforded without comp...
Sep 15 2017
Deliberation for autonomous robots
Ingrand F., Ghallab M. Artificial Intelligence 247 10-44, 2017. Type: Article
Autonomous robots use sensors and actuators to gain information about their environments and act on the information to achieve assigned goals and missions. This paper presents a survey on the topic of deliberation in autonomous robots....
Jul 14 2017
Search and tracking algorithms for swarms of robots
Senanayake M., Senthooran I., Barca J., Chung H., Kamruzzaman J., Murshed M. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 75, Part B, 422-434, 2016. Type: Article
Swarm intelligence (SI) systems exploit artificial or physical agents to solve optimization tasks without the need for a supervisor. Can swarm robots benefit from SI? To answer, this paper surveys how the search-and-tracking problem can be solved ...
Mar 8 2016
Path planning for UAVs under communication constraints using SPLAT! and MILP
Grøtli E., Johansen T. Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems 65(1-4): 265-282, 2012. Type: Article
The problem of offline path planning for unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) is discussed in this paper. More specifically, the concern is to provide communication links via such vehicles. The paper uses as an illustrative example the case where i...
Apr 26 2012
A two-layered approach to communicative artifacts
Xu Y., Hiramatsu T., Tarasenko K., Nishida T., Ogasawara Y., Tajima T., Hatakeyama M., Okamoto M., Nakano Y. AI & Society 22(2): 185-196, 2007. Type: Article
This is an interesting contribution to social intelligence design. It demonstrates the extraordinary levels of complexity at which automated systems can successfully mimic, interpret, and “act upon” human behavior. This work showcases ...
Mar 24 2008
The freeze-tag problem: how to wake up a swarm of robots
Arkin E., Bender M., Fekete S., Mitchell J., Skutella M. Algorithmica 46(2): 193-221, 2006. Type: Article
A swarm of robots can mimic the behavior of biological swarms, like a swarm of social insects. In the freeze tag problem, there is one member of the swarm, a sentinel, whose task is to awaken the sleeping members of the swarm to respond to the sti...
Dec 19 2007
On boundaries of highly visible spaces and applications
Reif J., Sun Z. Theoretical Computer Science 354(3): 379-390, 2006. Type: Article
Reif and Sun derive an upper bound on the sum of boundary lengths of obstacles in a two-dimensional region
under three assumptions:...
Aug 30 2006
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