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The observations used to classify data from real systems often vary as a result of changing operating conditions (e.g. velocity, load, temperature, etc.). Hence, to create accurate classification algorithms for these systems, observations from a large number of operating conditions must be used...
We consider the problem of tracing the structure of oceanological features using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). Solving this problem requires the construction of a control strategy that will determine the actions for the AUV based on the current state, as measured by on-board sensors and...
In this paper, we propose and implement a new control mode for teleoperated unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs), that exploits the similarities between computer games and teleoperation robotics. Today, all teleoperated differential drive UGVs use a control mode called Tank Control, in which the UGV...
Gaze control requires the coordination of movements of both eyes and head to fixate on a target. We present a biologically constrained architecture for gaze control and show how the relationships between the coupled sensorimotor systems can be learnt autonomously from scratch, allowing for...
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