Author Archives: Andrea Orlandini

David Hsu

Department of Computer Science National University of Singapore Title: Large-Scale Online Planning under Uncertainty Abstract: How can a robot act robustly with imperfect control and noisy sensing? Unfortunately, choosing optimal actions under control and sensing uncertainty is computationally intractable, because … Continue reading

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Daniele Magazzeni

Department of Informatics King’s College London, U.K. Title: ROSPlan: Expressive and Effective Task Planning with ROS Abstract: Planning for real robots is hard! Indeed, planning for interesting robotics problems requires rich models to capture complex dynamics as well as the … Continue reading

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Sven Koenig

Intelligent Decision Making University of Southern California, USA Title: Progress on Multi-Robot Path Finding Abstract: Teams of robots often have to assign target locations among themselves and then plan collision-free paths to their target locations. Examples include autonomous aircraft towing … Continue reading

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Joachim Hertzberg

Knowledge-Based System research group Osnabrück University/DFKI Robotics Innovation Center, Germany Title: Continual hybrid hierarchical planning for robot control Abstract: Continual planning has been described as a framework for making plan-based robots life-long autonomous and blurring appropriately the classical distinction between … Continue reading

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Patrick Doherty

Artificial Intelligence and Integrated Computer Systems Division Linköping University, Sweden Title: A Delegation-Based Mission Planning System for Cooperative Unmanned Aircraft Systems Abstract: In this talk, we will present a fielded mission planning and execution system that combines the use of a … Continue reading

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Michael Beetz

Institute for Artificial Intelligence Bremen University, Germany Title: Robot planning for the mastery of human-scale everyday manipulation tasks Abstract: Robot planning can be considered as the reasoning about the future execution of robot programs (plans) in order to optimize their … Continue reading

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