Mind the Gap! Predictive Flocking of Aerial Robot Swarm in Cluttered Environments

13th International Conference on Swarm Intelligence: ANTS 2022


Mind the Gap: Reconciling Formalism and Intuitionism in Computational Design Research
Mennan, Zeynep (Delft University of Technology, 2014)
The paper discusses the epistemological and methodological implications of an increasing process of formalisation and naturalisation of knowledge within the context of the complexity paradigm. This process is argued to induce a shift in the nature of notations and representations, to which corresponds an epistemic shift from a graphic to a computational rationality, with substantial effects on current design methodologies and strategies used in computational design. The shortcomings of a heavy formalism are...
Mind Your Manners! A Dataset and a Continual Learning Approach for Assessing Social Appropriateness of Robot Actions
Tjomsland, Jonas; Kalkan, Sinan; Gunes, Hatice (2022-03-01)
To date, endowing robots with an ability to assess social appropriateness of their actions has not been possible. This has been mainly due to (i) the lack of relevant and labelled data and (ii) the lack of formulations of this as a lifelong learning problem. In this paper, we address these two issues. We first introduce the Socially Appropriate Domestic Robot Actions dataset (MANNE RS-DB), which contains appropriateness labels of robot actions annotated by humans. Secondly, we train and evaluate a baseline ...
Mind-Mapping Turkeys Refugee Policy
Yıldırım, Onur (null; 2017-11-29)
Break the Wall of English Language Education
Yu, Xiaoli (null; 2019-05-01)
Think Big and Move up? The Socio-Economy of Adolescents' Aspirations
Soyalp, Iraz (Informa UK Limited, 2020-07-01)
Current political discourse places a heavy emphasis on thinking big and working hard as ways for children to overcome structural barriers in life. Inspired by this discourse, this research explores the formation of aspirations, based on qualitative research, among adolescents in middle school from different socio-economic statuses in Ankara, Turkey. It contributes to the overall aspiration literature in the world by unpacking the process and the scope of aspiration formation; to the limited available resear...
Citation Formats
G. ÖNÜR, A. E. Turgut, and E. Şahin, “Mind the Gap! Predictive Flocking of Aerial Robot Swarm in Cluttered Environments,” presented at the 13th International Conference on Swarm Intelligence: ANTS 2022, Malaga, İspanya, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/99045.