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Partial Order Scheduling Procedures
We are investigating the development, analysis and application of optimizing search procedures for generating plans and schedules that retain temporal flexibility
We are applying machine learning techniques to model and compute long-term and short-term trajectories of people in a variety of settings.
Planning for Manipulation
Developing algorithms for autonomous manipulation.
We are using video cameras to give vision to the ultrasound transducer. This could eventually lead to automated analysis of the ultrasound data within its anatomical context, as derived from an ultrasound probe with its own visual input about the patient’s exterior. We are exploring both probe-mounted cameras, as well as optically-tracked stand-alone cameras which could view a larger portion of the patient's exterior.
Project LISTEN's Reading Tutor
Project LISTEN's Reading Tutor listens to children read aloud.
Quality Assessment of As-built Building Information Models using Deviation Analysis
The goal of this project is to develop a method for conducting quality assessment (QA) of as-built building information models (BIMs) that utilizes patterns in the differences between the data within and between steps in the as-built BIM creation process to identify potential errors.
Real-Time Scheduling of ACCESS Paratransit Transportation
The goal of this project is to increase the effectiveness of paratransit service providers in managing daily operations through the development and deployment of dynamic, real-time scheduling technology.
RERC on Accessible Public Transportation
We are researching and developing methods to empower consumers and service providers in the design and evaluation of accessible transportation equipment, information services, and physical environments.
Riverine Mapping
This project is developing technology to map riverine environments from a low-flying rotorcraft. Challenges include dealing with varying appearance of the river and surrounding canopy, intermittent GPS and a highly constrained payload. We are developing self-supervised algorithms that can segment images from onboard cameras to determine the course of the river ahead, and we are developing devices and methods capable of mapping the shoreline.
In collaboration with the Drama Department, we are developing technology for long-term social interaction.
Robot Sensor Boat (RSB)
We present a fleet of autonomous Robot Sensor Boats (RSBs) developed for lake and river fresh water quality assessment and controlled by our Multilevel Autonomy Robot Telesupervision Architecture (MARTA).
Robotic Perception for Underground Rescue
Robots are potential tools for life saving in underground rescue operations like mine disasters. Human rescuers are thwarted by roof falls, explosion dangers, quality of air, visibility through smoke and dust, mental stress and physical endurance.
Robotic Soccer (RoboSoccer)
The RoboSoccer project develops collaboration among multiple autonomous agents.
Robust Autonomous Freeway Driving Behaviors
The goal of this project is to develop robust autonomous freeway driving behaviors that include: distance keeping handling entrance ramps; high-density traffic lane selection and merging; reasoning about sensor confidence, degradation, and failure; and accommodation of human-in-the-loop interaction.
Robust Detection of Highway Work Zones
This project is developing computer vision algorithms to detect and classify highway work zones.