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作者:David Simões , Nuno Lau , Luís Paulo Reis
来源:[J].Neurocomputing(IF 1.634), 2020
摘要:Abstract(#br)Multiple real-world problems are naturally modeled as cooperative multi-agent systems, ranging from satellite formation to traffic monitoring. These systems require algorithms that can learn successful policies with independent agents that rely solely on local p...
作者:Nuno Lau , José Luís Azevedo ...
来源:[J].Robotics and Autonomous Systems(IF 1.156), 2019, Vol.120
摘要:Abstract(#br)As demands on pragmatic solutions of robotics technology increase in the manufacturing industry, deep affinities between research experts and industry users are required. The European Robotics Challenges (EuRoC) research project has proposed a scientific competition ...
作者:... Abbas Abdolmaleki , Nuno Lau , Luis Paulo Reis
来源:[J].International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, 2015, Vol.12
摘要:Humanoid soccer robots must be able to carry out their tasks in a highly dynamic environment which requires responsive omnidirectional walking. This paper explains a new omnidirectional walking engine for a humanoid soccer robot that mainly consists of a foot planner, a zero mome...
作者:Brígida Mónica Faria , Luis Paulo Reis , Nuno Lau
来源:[J].Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems(IF 0.827), 2015, Vol.77 (2), pp.299-312
摘要:Abstract(#br)The development of an intelligent wheel chair (IW) platform that may be easily adapted to any commercial electric powered wheelchair and aid any person with special mobility needs is the main objective of the IntellWheels project. To be able to achieve this main obje...
作者:Nuno Lau , Luís Seabra Lopes
来源:[J].Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems(IF 0.827), 2015, Vol.80 (3-4), pp.385-399
摘要:Abstract(#br)Reinforcement Learning is increasingly becoming a valuable alternative to tackle many of the challenges existing in a semi-structured, non-deterministic and adversarial environment such as robotic soccer. Batch Reinforcement Learning is a class of Reinforcement Learn...
作者:Brígida Mónica Faria , Luís Paulo Reis , Nuno Lau
来源:[J].Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems(IF 0.827), 2015, Vol.80 (3-4), pp.609-623
摘要:Abstract(#br)Intelligent wheelchairs (IW) are technologies that can increase the autonomy and independence of elderly people and patients suffering from some kind of disability. Nowadays the intelligent wheelchairs and the human-machine studies are very active research areas. Thi...
作者:Nuno Lau , Luis Seabra Lopes ...
来源:[J].Mechatronics(IF 1.3), 2010, Vol.21 (2), pp.445-454
摘要:Abstract(#br)The coordination methodologies of CAMBADA, a robotic soccer team designed to participate in the RoboCup Middle-Size League (MSL), are presented in this paper. The approach, which relies on information sharing and integration within the team, is based on formatio...
作者:... Luís Paulo Reis , Nuno Lau , Luís Mota
来源:[J].Data & Knowledge Engineering(IF 1.519), 2014, Vol.94, pp.110-131
摘要:Abstract(#br)One of the research topics on multi-agent systems focuses on the development of mechanisms such as plans to empower a team of agents to cooperate in order to perform complex tasks. In many cases, the definition of these plans are based on a specific and rather comple...
作者:Luís Mota , Luís Paulo Reis , Nuno Lau
来源:[J].Mechatronics(IF 1.3), 2010, Vol.21 (2), pp.434-444
摘要:Abstract(#br)Strategic planning and multi-agent coordination are major research topics in the domain of RoboCup. Innovations in these areas are, however, often developed and applied to only a single RoboCup league and/or one domain, without proper generalization. Moreover, t...
作者:Nuno Lau , António J.R. Neves ...
来源:[J].Mechatronics(IF 1.3), 2010, Vol.21 (2), pp.411-422
摘要:Abstract(#br)When a team of robots is built with the objective of playing soccer, the coordination and control algorithms must reason, decide and actuate based on the current conditions of the robot and its surroundings. This is where sensor and information fusion techniques appe...

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