[robotics-worldwide] October 2011 issue of IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering

Ken Goldberg goldberg at berkeley.edu
Sun Oct 2 08:03:30 PDT 2011

October articles in the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering 
are now available:

*Nonparametric and Semi-parametric Sensor Recovery in Multichannel Condition 
Monitoring Systems
   Haitao Liao and Jian Sun
   Pages:  744-753

*Symbolic Computation of Reduced Guards in Supervisory Control
   Sajed Miremadi, Knut Åkesson, and Bengt Lennartson
   Pages:   754-765

*A practical approach for maximally permissive liveness-enforcing supervision 
of complex resource allocation   systems
   Ahmed Nazeem and Spyros Reveliotis
   Pages:  766-779

*An Integrated Pricing and Deteriorating Model and a Hybrid Algorithm for a VMI 
(Vendor Managed    Inventory) Supply Chain
  Yugang Yu, George Q. Huang, Zhaofu Hong, and Xiandong Zhang
   Pages:  673-682

*Optimization Based Method for Supply Location Selection and Routing in Large 
Scale Emergency Material   Delivery
   Yunjun Han, Xiaohong Guan, and Leyuan Shi
   Pages:  683-693

*The Linehaul-Feeder Vehicle Routing Problem with Virtual Depots
   Huey-Kuo Chen, Huey-Wen Chou, Che-Fu Hsueh, and Tsung-Yu Ho
   Pages:  694-704

*Self Assessment Based Decision Making for Multi-Agent Cooperative Search
   P. B. Sujit and Debasish Ghose
   Pages:  705-719

*An Adaptive Sampling Algorithm for Simulation-Based Optimization with 
Descriptive Complexity Preference
   Qing-Shan Jia
   Pages:  720-731

*Allocating resources in multi-agent flowshops with adaptive auctions
   Hoong Chuin Lau, Zhengyi John Zhao, Shuzhi Sam Ge,  and Tong Heng Lee
   Pages:  732-743

*Stochastic Algorithms for Discrete Parameter Simulation Optimization
   Shalabh Bhatnagar, Vivek Kumar Mishra, and Nandyala Hemachandra
   Pages:  780-793

*Supervisor Optimization for Deadlock Resolution in Automated Manufacturing 
Systems With Petri Nets
   Hesuan Hu, Mengchu Zhou, and Zhiwu Li
   Pages:  794-804

*Bending-Invariant Correspondence Matching on 3D Human Bodies for Feature Point 
   Samuel S.-M. Li, Charlie C.L. Wang, and Kin-Chuen Hui
   Pages:  805-814

*Optimal Image-Based Euclidean Calibration of Structured Light Systems in 
General Scenes
   Nathaniel Bird, and Nikolaos Papanikolopoulos
   Pages:  815-823

*Development and Force/Position Control of a New Hybrid Thermo-Piezoelectric 
microGripper dedicated to     micromanipulation tasks
   Micky Rakotondrabe and Ioan Alexandru Ivan
   Pages:  824-834

*Model-Assisted Stochastic Learning for Robotic Applications
   Jeremy A. Marvel and Wyatt S. Newman
   Pages:  835-845

*Linear Programming SVM-ARMA2K with application in engine system identification
   Zhao Lu, Jing Sun and Kenneth Butts
   Pages:  846-854

*Optimization of Train Regulation and Energy Usage of Metro Lines Using an 
Adaptive-Optimal-Control Algorithm
   Wei-Song Lin and Jih-Wen Sheu
   Pages:  855-864

Short Paper
*On the Flexible Demand Assignment Problems: Case of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
   Bahram Alidaee, Haibo Wang, and Frank Landram
   Pages:  865-868


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