[robotics-worldwide] Autonomous Robots 30(1) TOC

Gaurav S. Sukhatme gaurav at usc.edu
Wed Jan 26 21:21:54 PST 2011


Volume 30 Number 1 of Autonomous Robots is now available at the
SpringerLink website (http://springerlink.com/content/0929-5593/30/1/)
and in print. SpringerLink allows free access to all paper
abstracts. Full access (PDF) is by individual or institutional
subscription.

Thanks to the guest editors Russ Tedrake and Yoky Matsuoka for
their work on this issue on selected papers from RSS 2009.

The accompanying blog (http://www.autonomousrobotsblog.com/) includes
additional multimedia content about articles published in Autonomous
Robots.

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Autonomous Robots 30(1) Table of Contents
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Editorial: Special issue on selected papers from Robotics: Science and
Systems 2009
Russ Tedrake and Yoky Matsuoka

Learning GP-Bayes Filters via Gaussian process latent variable models
Jonathan Ko and Dieter Fox

Large scale graph-based SLAM using aerial images as prior information
Rainer Kümmerle, Bastian Steder, Christian Dornhege, Alexander Kleiner,
Giorgio Grisetti and Wolfram Burgard

Time-extended multi-robot coordination for domains with intra-path constraints
E. Gil Jones, M. Bernardine Dias and Anthony Stentz

Setpoint regulation for stochastically interacting robots
Nils Napp, Samuel Burden and Eric Klavins

Cooperative manipulation and transportation with aerial robots
Nathan Michael, Jonathan Fink and Vijay Kumar

Human motion database with a binary tree and node transition graphs
Katsu Yamane, Yoshifumi Yamaguchi and Yoshihiko Nakamura

Observability-based consistent EKF estimators for multi-robot cooperative
localization
Guoquan P. Huang, Nikolas Trawny, Anastasios I. Mourikis and
Stergios I. Roumeliotis

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Gaurav S. Sukhatme
Editor-in-Chief
Autonomous Robots
http://robotics.usc.edu/~gaurav


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