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Mobile Robot
Communication in Reactive Multiagent Robotic Systems
Motor Schema-based Formation Control for Multiagent Robot Teams
Using local information in a non-local way for mapping graph-like worlds
Localizing a robot with minimum travel
Human integration of shape primitives
A multi-layer distributed development environment for mobile robotics
Robust positioning with a multi-agent robotic system
Mobile robot localization from learned landmarks
Reflections on modelling a sonar range sensor
Learning to rendezvous during multi-agent exploration
Understanding referring expressions in a person-machine spoken dialogue
Space occupancy using multiple shadowimages
On 3-D surface reconstruction using shape from shadows
Shape description and classification using the interrelationship of structures at multiple scales
Experiments in sensing and communication for robot convoy navigation
Localizing a robot with minimum travel
On the identification of sonar features
On the identification of sonar features2
Map validation and self-location in a graph-like world
Model-base reconfiguration of schema-based reactive control architectures
Integration of reactive and telerobotic control in multi-agent robotic systems

Robot Navigation
Using motor actions for location recognition
Robot navigation by light
Knowing your place in the real world
Route learning in mobile robots through self-organisation
"Virtual coordinates"': perception-based localisation and spatial reasoning in mobile robots
Location recognition in a mobile robot using self-organising feature maps
Mapbuilding using self-organising networks in really useful robots
Landmark-based navigation for a mobile robot
Experiments in competence acquisition for autonomous mobile robots
Animal and robot navigation
Experiments in evidence based localisation for a mobile robot
Middle scale navigation - a case study
Multiple resolution mapping for efficient mobile robot navigation
Quantitative analysis of mobile robot localisation systems