The following papers have been accepted following peer review, and will be presented on the day of the conference. (Note, the following list is in alphabetical order by author, and is not the order of presentation).
- Optimum Floodplain Management with a Probabilistic Approach - Maryam Astaraie Imani (University of Exeter).
- A Model of Human Blinking for Human-Robot Interaction - Christopher Ford, Guido Bugmann and Phil Culverhouse (University of Plymouth)
- Development of a Thermal Device for Interaction Investigations - Daniel Gooch and Leon Watts (University of Bath)
- Impact of bursty packet loss on voice and video quality in wireless networks - Mohammad Goudarzi, Lingfen Sun and Emmanuel Ifeachor (University of Plymouth)
- Socially Guided Machine Learning for Conceptual Knowledge on Robots: an Overview of the CONCEPT Project - Joachim de Greeff, Frédéric Delaunay and Tony Belpaeme (University of Plymouth)
- Stochastic finite element modeling of flow and contaminant transport in soils Mohaddesh Mousavi Nezhad (University of Exeter)
- Modelling Spatial Biases in Categorization - Anthony F. Morse, Tony Belpaeme and Angelo Cangelosi (University of Plymouth)
- Towards Automated Classification of Zooplankton - Simon Oliver, Phil Culverhouse and Tony Belpaeme (University of Plymouth)
- Designing Autonomous Robot Controllers for Planetary Exploration: A Model of a Mars Rover - Martin Peniak, Barry Bentley, Davide Marocco, Christos Ampatzis, Francesco Biscani, Dario Izzo and Angelo Cangelosi (University of Plymouth)
- Intelligent autonomous controllers based on genetically evolved neural networks for flying robots: experiments in two and three dimensions - Fabio Ruini, Angelo Cangelosi (University of Plymouth)
- Ordering Multi-objective Populations with the Power Index David J. Walker, Richard M. Everson and Jonathan E. Fieldsend (University of Exeter)
Call for Posters
9th April 2010