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  • Tyler, Laurence; Pugh, Stephen; Barnes, David Preston (2010-08-29)
    A major mission driver for space exploration is to maximise science data return whilst minimising ground-based human intervention and hence associated operations costs. Future robotic exploration such as the ESA/NASA ExoMars ...
  • Pugh, Stephen; Tyler, Laurence; Barnes, David Preston; Labrosse, Frederic; Neal, Mark (2011-04)
    APIC (Automatic Pointing and Image Capture) is an automatic algorithm capable of identifying potential imaging targets in a single WAC (Wide Angled Camera) image and then reimaging these targets using a HRC (High Resolution ...
  • Stephen; Laurence; David Preston; Frédéric; Mark (2011-04)
    APIC (Automatic Pointing and Image Capture) is an automatic algorithm capable of identifying potential imaging targets in a single WAC (Wide Angled Camera) image and then reimaging these targets using a HRC (High Resolution ...
  • Liu, Yonghuai (2010-01-01)
    In this paper, a novel entropy that can describe both long and short-tailed probability distributions of constituents of a thermodynamic system out of its thermodynamic limit is first derived from the Lyapunov function for ...
  • Liakata, Maria; Saha, Shyamasree; Dobnik, Simon; Batchelor, Colin; Rebholz-Schuhmann, Dietrich (2012-04-01)
    Motivation: Scholarly biomedical publications report on the findings of a research investigation. Scientists use a well-established discourse structure to relate their work to the state of the art, express their own ...
  • Hosseini, Heidar (Aberystwyth UniversityComputer Science, 2014)
    Using the properties of an image for the purpose of camera fixation is a difficult task in robotics. In this research, the selection of pixels for use in a minimization process is discussed and compared against other ...
  • Hughes, Nigel; Chou, Enxi; Price, Chris; Lee, Mark (1999-05)
    This paper considers the application of functional modelling to the automated production of FMEAs for mechanical systems. We consider how a functional model can be generated algorithmically from the geometric and assembly ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2006-09)
    The introduction of the Water Framework Directive has highlighted the need for water quality monitoring in freshwater systems, estuaries and at sea. Systems which currently exist for these tasks include fixed monitoring ...
  • Pugh, Stephen; Barnes, David Preston (2007)
    Thanks to rapid advances in planetary robotics and scientific instruments, data can now be gathered on the surface of Mars far quicker than can be successfully relayed to Earth. Pauses in activity have to be introduced, ...
  • Woods, Mark; Shaw, Andy; Barnes, Dave; Price, David Ernest; Long, Derek; Pullan, Derek (2009-04)
    In common with other Mars exploration missions, human supervision of Europe's ExoMars Rover will be mostly indirect via orbital relay spacecraft and thus far from immediate. The gap between issuing commands and witnessing ...
  • Pugh, Stephen (Aberystwyth University, 2010-04)
    A major mission driver for space exploration is to maximise science data return whilst minimising ground-based human intervention and hence associated operations costs. Future robotic exploration such as the ESA ExoMars ...
  • Barnes, David Preston; Pugh, Stephen; Tyler, Laurence (2009-10-11)
    We introduce an autonomous planetary exploration software architecture being developed for the purpose of autonomous science target identification and surface sample acquisition. Our motivation is to maximise planetary ...
  • Devos, Andy; Van Huffel, Sabine; Lu, Chuan; Suykens, Johan A. K.; Arus, Carles (2007-05)
    This work investigates variable selection and classification for biomedical datasets with a small sample size and a very high input dimension. The sequential sparse Bayesian learning methods with linear bases are used as ...
  • Walker, Joanne; Garrett, Simon; Wilson, Myra (IEEE, 2006-04)
  • Wilson, Myra S.; Giagkos, Alexandros (2010-08-25)
    We introduce a new bee-inspired routing protocol for mobile ad hoc networks. Emphasis is given to the ability of bees to evaluate paths by considering several quality factors. In order to achieve similar behaviour in the ...
  • Tomos; Nigel (1998-10)
    Force control has long been cited as a method for dealing with positional uncertainties when performing assembly tasks. Various techniques have been developed based on control theory but these have not been widely adopted ...
  • Meng, Qinggang; Lee, Mark (2001-10)
    This paper presents ongoing research on assistive service robotics for health-care and home applications. The whole control system is based on a behavior-based architecture that integrates reactive behavior into a task ...
  • Dee, Hannah; Tebb, C. (2003)
    In this paper, a new approach to Virtual Learning Environments is presented. These systems are considered as tools to aid communication both between teaching staff and students and within the student body. Two alternatives ...
  • Sauze, Colin; Neal, Mark (2008-09-09)
    Biologically inspired approaches have long been touted as a possible mechanism to improve the survival of robots operating autonomously in harsh environments. One method which has often been suggested is to mimic the ...

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