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"TROLL": a regenerating robot
Keywords regenerative robot, self-detection/body schema, anomaly/fault detection, self-healing/augmentation  +
Level Master  +
OneLineSummary A robot which can detect faults on itself and try to mark or fix them  +
Prerequisites some capability to work with software, and interest in robots and recognition  +
References (self-detection) K. Gold, B. Scassellati, … (self-detection) K. Gold, B. Scassellati, Using probabilistic reasoning over time to self-recognize, Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2008), doi:10.1016/j.robot.2008.07.006 (body schema) Mai Hikita, Sawa Fuke, Masaki Ogino, Takashi Minato and Minoru Asada. Visual attention by saliency leads cross-modal body representation. IROS - 2008. (anomaly detection) Takahiro Suzuki, Fumihiro Bessho, Tatsuya Harada and Yasuo Kuniyoshi. Visual Anomaly Detection under Temporal and Spatial Non-uniformity for News Finding Robot. IROS 2011. (self-augmentation) Luzius Brodbeck and Fumiya Iida. Enhanced Robotic Body Extension with Modular Units, IROS 2012.y Extension with Modular Units, IROS 2012.
StudentProjectStatus Finished  +
Supervisors Martin Cooney + , Anita Sant'Anna +
ThesisAuthor Yinrong Ma  +
TimeFrame 2015-01-16 - 2015-06-31  +
Title "TROLL": a regenerating robot  +
Categories StudentProject  +
Modification¬†dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 25 September 2015 12:40:49  +
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