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  1-10 of 33 Reviews about "Autonomous Vehicles (I.2.9...)": Date Reviewed
  Vehicular cyber physical systems: adaptive connectivity and security
Rawat D., Bajracharya C.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 75 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319444-93-2)

The title of this slim book indicates that it is about the connectivity and security of vehicular cyber-physical systems. However, it only covers a very restricted range of these topics. Its five chapters are based on papers by the first author. T...

Mar 31 2017
  Autonomous driving: technical, legal and social aspects
Maurer M., Gerdes J., Lenz B., Winner H.,  Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 706 pp. Type: Book (978-3-662488-45-4)

One glance at the table of contents of this book and the reader can be assured that autonomous driving (automatic pilot for automobiles, or maybe better, R2D2 is your personal chauffer) is not a “what-if” possibility, but a “when...

Aug 31 2016
  Metric sensing and control of a quadrotor using a homography-based visual inertial fusion method
Li P., Garratt M., Lambert A., Lin S.  Robotics and Autonomous Systems 761-14, 2016. Type: Article

Is a locust a computer?...

Jul 20 2016
  Enhanced backstepping controller design with application to autonomous quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicle
Mohd Basri M., Husain A., Danapalasingam K.  Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems 79(2): 295-321, 2015. Type: Article

Have you ever wondered how an unmanned quadrotor helicopter is able to fly? This paper introduces the subject of designing robust control systems for these popular aircraft, summarizing recent approaches, and then providing a novel new one....

Oct 22 2015
  Security concepts for the dynamics of autonomous vehicle networks
Xue M., Wang W., Roy S.  Automatica (Journal of IFAC) 50(3): 852-857, 2014. Type: Article

The basic idea of the paper is to look at whether an attacker who measures vehicle motions locally can estimate the full network’s state. In a double-integrator-network (DIN) model there are nodes with sensors that take local measurements, c...

Sep 25 2014
  An evolutionary approach for robust adaptation of robot behavior to sensor error
Hecker J., Moses M.  GECCO 2013 Companion (Companion to the Proceedings of the 15th Annual Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands,  Jul 6-10, 2013) 1437-1444, 2013. Type: Proceedings

When undertaking the basic task of mimicking ants as they collect food from remote sites to bring back to the nest, robot systems exhibit two types of errors: erroneous estimation of robot position and erroneous detection of a food resource. This ...

Jan 14 2014
  Frontiers of intelligent autonomous systems
Lee S., Yoon K., Lee J.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, Heidelberg, Germany, 2013. 422 pp. Type: Book (978-3-642354-84-7)

Someday soon there will be things (besides people and pets) that move about in, and manipulate, our environment, without our supervision or control. Such devices exist in laboratories and some are already in service in medical, military, and resea...

May 16 2013
  Range-only fuzzy Voronoi-enhanced localization of mobile robots in wireless sensor networks
Herrero D., Martí-nez H.  Robotica 30(7): 1063-1077, 2012. Type: Article

After a decade of developments in wireless sensor network (WSN) systems, the range of WSN applications is growing. The localization of static or mobile sensor nodes is an important application service required in WSNs. The problem becomes more cha...

Apr 19 2013
  Collision-free navigation of an autonomous unmanned helicopter in unknown urban environments: sliding mode and MPC approaches
Hoy M., Matveev A., Garratt M., Savkin A.  Robotica 30(4): 537-550, 2012. Type: Article

Interesting research on safe navigation by autonomous helicopters in unknown urban environments is presented in this paper. The authors propose and compare two approaches to navigation. The first uses sliding mode boundary following to maintain a ...

Jan 3 2013
  Experience from the DARPA Urban Challenge
Rouff C., Hinchey M.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2011. 335 pp. Type: Book (978-0-857297-71-6)

In the foreword, Tony Tether, a past director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), notes that DARPA’s role is to show that what is thought to be impossible can be done. In the field of robotics, the main rationale behind...

Oct 5 2012
 
 
 
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