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Human-Robot Teaming for Search and Rescue

Illah Nourbakhsh, Katia Sycara, Mary Koes, Mark Yong and Steve Burion
Journal Article, Carnegie Mellon University, IEEE Pervasive Computing: Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems, pp. 72-78, January, 2005

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Abstract

This work establishes an architecture for Urban Search and Rescue and a methodology for mixing real-world and simulation-based testing. A sensor suite and sensor fusion algorithm for robust victim detection permits aggregation of sensor readings from various sensors on multiple robots.

BibTeX Reference
@article{Nourbakhsh-2005-9106,
author = {Illah Nourbakhsh and Katia Sycara and Mary Koes and Mark Yong and and Steve Burion},
title = {Human-Robot Teaming for Search and Rescue},
journal = {IEEE Pervasive Computing: Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems},
year = {2005},
month = {January},
pages = {72-78},
keywords = {urban search and rescue, robots, agents},
}
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