Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems 8 [electronic resource] / edited by Hajime Asama, Haruhisa Kurokawa, Jun Ota, Kosuke Sekiyama.

By: Asama, Hajime [editor.]Contributor(s): Kurokawa, Haruhisa [editor.] | Ota, Jun [editor.] | Sekiyama, Kosuke [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009Description: XII, 587 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642006449Subject(s): Engineering | Artificial intelligence | Systems theory | Control engineering systems | Engineering | Control , Robotics, Mechatronics | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Machinery and Machine Elements | Systems Theory, ControlAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 629.8 LOC classification: TJ210.2-211.495TJ163.12Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Distributed Sensing -- Multi-Robot Uniform Frequency Coverage of Significant Locations in the Environment -- Measuring the Accuracy of Distributed Algorithms on Multi-robot Systems with Dynamic Network Topologies -- Network Topology Reconfiguration Based on Risk Management -- Energy-Efficient Distributed Target Tracking Using Wireless Relay Robots -- Cooperative Object Tracking with Mobile Robotic Sensor Network -- Deployment and Management of Wireless Sensor Network Using Mobile Robots for Gathering Environmental Information -- Global Pose Estimation of Multiple Cameras with Particle Filters -- Mobiligence -- Motion Control of Dense Robot Colony Using Thermodynamics -- Modeling of Self-organized Competition Hierarchy with Body Weight Development in Larval Cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus -- Intelligent Mobility Playing the Role of Impulse Absorption -- Ambient Intelligence -- Cognitive Ontology: A Concept Structure for Dynamic Event Interpretation and Description from Visual Scene -- Subjective Timing Control in Synchronized Motion of Humans -- Robot Software Framework Using Object and Aspect Oriented Programming Paradigm -- Distributed Context Assessment for Robots in Intelligent Environments -- Swarm Intelligence -- Jamology: Physics of Self-driven Particles and Toward Solution of All Jams -- Towards an Engineering Science of Robot Foraging -- A Modular Robot Driven by Protoplasmic Streaming -- A Distributed Scalable Approach to Formation Control in Multi-robot Systems -- Guiding a Robot Flock via Informed Robots -- Theoretical and Empirical Study of Pedestrian Outflow through an Exit -- Understanding the Potential Impact of Multiple Robots in Odor Source Localization -- Analyzing Multi-agent Activity Logs Using Process Mining Techniques -- Altruistic Relationships for Optimizing Task Fulfillment in Robot Communities -- Multi-robot Cooperation -- Robotic Self-replication, Self-diagnosis, and Self-repair: Probabilistic Considerations -- Analysis of Multi-robot Play Effectiveness and of Distributed Incidental Play Recognition -- Sparsing of Information Matrix for Practical Application of SLAM for Autonomous Robots -- Trajectory Generation for Multiple Robots of a Car Transportation System -- Distributed Control and Coordination of Cooperative Mobile Manipulator Systems -- Rearrangement Task by Multiple Robots Using a Territorial Approach -- A Task Planner for an Autonomous Social Robot -- A Stochastic Clustering Auction (SCA) for Centralized and Distributed Task Allocation in Multi-agent Teams -- Corridors for Robot Team Navigation -- Practical Control of Modular Robots -- Efficient Distributed Reinforcement Learning through Agreement -- Morphology Independent Learning in Modular Robots -- Reconfigurable Modular Robots Adaptively Transforming a Mechanical Structure (Numerical Expression of Transformation Criteria of “CHOBIE II” and Motion Experiments) -- Toward Flexible and Scalable Self-reconfiguration of M-TRAN -- Reconfigurable Teams: Cooperative Goal Seeking with Self-Reconfigurable Robots -- “Deformable Wheel”-A Self-recovering Modular Rolling Track -- Exploit Morphology to Simplify Docking of Self-reconfigurable Robots -- Reconfigurable Modular Universal Unit (MUU) for Mobile Robots -- Multi-robot Systems -- Design and Analysis for AGV Systems Using Competitive Co-evolution -- Cooperative Control of Multi-robot Nonholonomic Systems with Dynamics Uncertainties and Control Time-Delays -- Guaranteed-Performance Multi-robot Routing under Limited Communication Range -- Pipeless Batch Plant with Operating Robots for a Multiproduct Production System -- Control Methodology of Transfer Crane with Look-Ahead Rule in Harbor Transportation System -- A Novel Marsupial Robot Society: Towards Long-Term Autonomy -- Predicting the Movements of Robot Teams Using Generative Models -- Interactive Mobile Robotic Drinking Glasses -- Human-Robot Interaction -- Adaptive Supervisory Control of a Communication Robot That Approaches Visitors -- Behavior Design of a Human-Interactive Robot through Parallel Tasks Optimization -- Tracking and Following People and Robots in Crowded Environment by a Mobile Robot with SOKUIKI Sensor.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book of the Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems (DARS 2008) provides broad coverage of the technical issues of the current state of the art in distributed autonomous systems composed of multiple robots, robotic modules, or robotic agents. The DARS 2008 dealt with strategies to realize complex, modular, robust, and fault-tolerant robotic systems. Technologies and hardware experiments, as well as system design, modeling, simulation, sensing, planning, operation, communication, and control are presented here. Specific topics include multi-robot cooperation, swarm intelligence, modular robots, distributed sensing, mobiligence, ambient intelligence, and multi-agent systems interacting with human beings.
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Distributed Sensing -- Multi-Robot Uniform Frequency Coverage of Significant Locations in the Environment -- Measuring the Accuracy of Distributed Algorithms on Multi-robot Systems with Dynamic Network Topologies -- Network Topology Reconfiguration Based on Risk Management -- Energy-Efficient Distributed Target Tracking Using Wireless Relay Robots -- Cooperative Object Tracking with Mobile Robotic Sensor Network -- Deployment and Management of Wireless Sensor Network Using Mobile Robots for Gathering Environmental Information -- Global Pose Estimation of Multiple Cameras with Particle Filters -- Mobiligence -- Motion Control of Dense Robot Colony Using Thermodynamics -- Modeling of Self-organized Competition Hierarchy with Body Weight Development in Larval Cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus -- Intelligent Mobility Playing the Role of Impulse Absorption -- Ambient Intelligence -- Cognitive Ontology: A Concept Structure for Dynamic Event Interpretation and Description from Visual Scene -- Subjective Timing Control in Synchronized Motion of Humans -- Robot Software Framework Using Object and Aspect Oriented Programming Paradigm -- Distributed Context Assessment for Robots in Intelligent Environments -- Swarm Intelligence -- Jamology: Physics of Self-driven Particles and Toward Solution of All Jams -- Towards an Engineering Science of Robot Foraging -- A Modular Robot Driven by Protoplasmic Streaming -- A Distributed Scalable Approach to Formation Control in Multi-robot Systems -- Guiding a Robot Flock via Informed Robots -- Theoretical and Empirical Study of Pedestrian Outflow through an Exit -- Understanding the Potential Impact of Multiple Robots in Odor Source Localization -- Analyzing Multi-agent Activity Logs Using Process Mining Techniques -- Altruistic Relationships for Optimizing Task Fulfillment in Robot Communities -- Multi-robot Cooperation -- Robotic Self-replication, Self-diagnosis, and Self-repair: Probabilistic Considerations -- Analysis of Multi-robot Play Effectiveness and of Distributed Incidental Play Recognition -- Sparsing of Information Matrix for Practical Application of SLAM for Autonomous Robots -- Trajectory Generation for Multiple Robots of a Car Transportation System -- Distributed Control and Coordination of Cooperative Mobile Manipulator Systems -- Rearrangement Task by Multiple Robots Using a Territorial Approach -- A Task Planner for an Autonomous Social Robot -- A Stochastic Clustering Auction (SCA) for Centralized and Distributed Task Allocation in Multi-agent Teams -- Corridors for Robot Team Navigation -- Practical Control of Modular Robots -- Efficient Distributed Reinforcement Learning through Agreement -- Morphology Independent Learning in Modular Robots -- Reconfigurable Modular Robots Adaptively Transforming a Mechanical Structure (Numerical Expression of Transformation Criteria of “CHOBIE II” and Motion Experiments) -- Toward Flexible and Scalable Self-reconfiguration of M-TRAN -- Reconfigurable Teams: Cooperative Goal Seeking with Self-Reconfigurable Robots -- “Deformable Wheel”-A Self-recovering Modular Rolling Track -- Exploit Morphology to Simplify Docking of Self-reconfigurable Robots -- Reconfigurable Modular Universal Unit (MUU) for Mobile Robots -- Multi-robot Systems -- Design and Analysis for AGV Systems Using Competitive Co-evolution -- Cooperative Control of Multi-robot Nonholonomic Systems with Dynamics Uncertainties and Control Time-Delays -- Guaranteed-Performance Multi-robot Routing under Limited Communication Range -- Pipeless Batch Plant with Operating Robots for a Multiproduct Production System -- Control Methodology of Transfer Crane with Look-Ahead Rule in Harbor Transportation System -- A Novel Marsupial Robot Society: Towards Long-Term Autonomy -- Predicting the Movements of Robot Teams Using Generative Models -- Interactive Mobile Robotic Drinking Glasses -- Human-Robot Interaction -- Adaptive Supervisory Control of a Communication Robot That Approaches Visitors -- Behavior Design of a Human-Interactive Robot through Parallel Tasks Optimization -- Tracking and Following People and Robots in Crowded Environment by a Mobile Robot with SOKUIKI Sensor.

This book of the Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems (DARS 2008) provides broad coverage of the technical issues of the current state of the art in distributed autonomous systems composed of multiple robots, robotic modules, or robotic agents. The DARS 2008 dealt with strategies to realize complex, modular, robust, and fault-tolerant robotic systems. Technologies and hardware experiments, as well as system design, modeling, simulation, sensing, planning, operation, communication, and control are presented here. Specific topics include multi-robot cooperation, swarm intelligence, modular robots, distributed sensing, mobiligence, ambient intelligence, and multi-agent systems interacting with human beings.

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