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Congrats to Brian! Best Paper Runner up: Modeling Interaction via the Principle of Maximum Causal Entropy

June 20, 2010

Modeling Interaction via the Principle of Maximum Causal Entropy ICML runner up for best student paper by Brian Ziebart, J. Andrew Bagnell, and Anind Dey. @inproceedings{bziebart-maxcausalent, author = {Brian D. Ziebart and J. Andrew Bagnell and Anind K. Dey}, title = {Modeling Interaction via the Principle of Maximum Causal Entropy}, year = {2010}, booktitle = [...]

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Learning Rough Terrain Outdoor Navigation

December 12, 2009

Learning Rough-Terrain Autonomous Navigation, by J. A. Bagnell, D. M. Bradley, D. Silver, B. Sofman, A. Stentz. Currently under review for Robotics and Automation Magazine. Autonomous navigation by a mobile robot through natural, unstructured terrain is one of the premier challenges in field robotics. The DARPA UPI program was tasked with advancing the state of [...]

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New Preprint

December 12, 2009

Anytime Online Novelty Detection for Vehicle Safeguarding, by Boris Sofman, J. A. Bagnell, and Anthony Stentz. Currently under review for ICRA 2010. We present an online novelty detection algorithm that allows a mobile robot to identify stimuli that are outside its experience base, avoiding potentially hazardous situations. This algorithm addresses many of the limitations of [...]

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