|IJCAI-99 Workshop on|
|8:30||Welcome and opening address||Alessandro Saffiotti (University of Orebro, Sweden)|
|8:50||Invited talk: statistical algorithms for mobile robot navigation||Sebastian Thrun (Carnegie Mellon, USA)|
|9:30||Merging probability and possibility for robot localization||Sossai, Bison, Chemello and Trainito (CNR Padova, IT)|
|10:30||Robust mobile robot localisation from sparse and noisy proximity readings||Grossmann and Poli (University of Birmingham, UK)|
|10:55||Active global localisation for a mobile robot using multiple hypothesis tracking||Jensfelt and Kristensen (KTH, SE and Daimler Chrysler, DE)|
|11:30||Hierarchical decision-theoretic planning for autonomous robotic surveillance||Massios and Voorbraak (University of Amsterdam, NL)|
|11:55||Utility theoretic planning in a behavior-based system||Rosenblatt (University of Sydney, Australia)|
|14:00||Invited talk: POMDPs as a basis for map learning and navigation||Leslie Kaelbling (Brown University, USA)|
|14:40||On-line selection of stable visual landmarks for a mobile robot under uncertainty||Moon, Miura and Shirai (Osaka University, JP)|
|15:10||Ramp Session 1|
|16:00||Ramp Session 2|
|16:20||Different techniques for different facets of uncertainty||Forum discussion|
|17:00||End of the workshop|
The workshop is open to all the AI and robotics community. In order to guarantee a high level of interactivity, however, the number or participants is limited to 40. People who are interested in participating should contact Alessandro Saffiotti. All workshop attendees must also register for the main IJCAI conference.
The proceedings will be distributed at the workshop. They are also availabe on-line here.