Dylan A. Shell, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2008 Computer Science University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics Engineering
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Maja Mataric grad student 2008 USC
 (Macroscopic approaches to control: Multi-robot systems and beyond.)
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Fine BT, Shell DA. (2013) Eliciting collective behaviors through automatically generated environments Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 3303-3308
Wainer J, Feil-Seifer DJ, Shell DA, et al. (2007) Embodiment and human-robot interaction: A task-based perspective Proceedings - Ieee International Workshop On Robot and Human Interactive Communication. 872-877
Wainer J, Feil-Seifer DJ, Shell DA, et al. (2006) The role of physical embodiment in human-robot interaction Proceedings - Ieee International Workshop On Robot and Human Interactive Communication. 117-122
Shell DA, Matarić MJ. (2006) On foraging strategies for large-scale multi-robot systems Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 2717-2723
Shell DA, Matarić MJ. (2006) Principled synthesis for large-scale systems: Task sequencing Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems 7. 207-216
Shell DA, Matarić MJ. (2006) Ergodic dynamics for large-scale distributed robot systems Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 4135: 254-266
Shell DA, Matarić MJ. (2005) Insights toward robot-assisted evacuation Advanced Robotics. 19: 797-818
Shell DA, Matarić MJ. (2005) Behavior-based methods for modeling and structuring control of social robots Cognition and Multi-Agent Interaction: From Cognitive Modeling to Social Simulation. 279-306
Shell DA, Jones CV, Matarić MJ. (2005) Ergodic dynamicsbydesign: Aroute to predictable multi-robot systems Multi-Robot Systems. From Swarms to Intelligent Automata - Proceedings From the 2005 International Workshop On Multi-Robot Systems. 3: 291-297
Shell DA, Matarić MJ. (2004) Directional audio beacon deployment: An assistive multi-robot application Proceedings - Ieee International Conference On Robotics and Automation. 2004: 2588-2594
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