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14 April 2016 @ 10:23 am
Paper Accepted: Agent-based Autonomous Systems and Abstraction Engines: Theory meets Practice  
We are pleased to confirm that your paper:

Agent-based Autonomous Systems and Abstraction Engines: Theory meets Practice

has been accepted as a full paper at TAROS 2016, the 17th Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems conference.

This paper is more a set of system descriptions covering work on autonomous robot arms (done as part of the Reconfigurable Autonomy project I was working on until a couple of years ago), work on autonomous vehicle platoons (done as part of the Verifiable Autonomy project I'm currently working on) and the Lego Rovers work - and noting some incremental changes the practice of building these systems has had on the theory behind them.

However since we spend quite a lot of time system/demo building and they are really hard to write up and get published I'm quite pleased to get this published, even as a minor conference paper. It also helps maintain the link to research in the Lego Rovers work which I think is good in principle, and will help with any putative impact case.

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the little creep: veronanyarbaggytep on April 14th, 2016 07:57 pm (UTC)
Hurrah! It has lots of words in the title that I understand separately but not together, so I expect it will be good.
louisedennis: academialouisedennis on April 15th, 2016 11:34 am (UTC)
TBH, it is decidedly minor, but it serves a number of other purposes beyond pushing back the frontiers of human knowledge.
wellinghallwellinghall on April 15th, 2016 06:42 am (UTC)
Congratulations on that
louisedennislouisedennis on April 15th, 2016 11:35 am (UTC)