Ulrich Nehmzow - List of Publications

Books

  1. Ulrich Nehmzow, Scientific Methods in Mobile Robotics - Quantitative Analysis of Agent Behaviour, Springer Verlag 2006. ISBN: 1-84628-019-2

  2. Ulrich Nehmzow, Robotica Mobile: Un’introduzione pratica, Italian translation, Springer Verlag 2006. ISBN: 88-470-0385-7

  3. Ulrich Nehmzow, Mobile Robotics: A Practical Introduction , Springer Verlag 1999. ISBN 1-85233-726-5. Reprinted 2000, 2nd edition 2003.

  4. Ulrich Nehmzow, Mobile Robotik: Eine praktische Einführung, Springer Verlag 2002. ISBN 3-540-42858-5.

Journal Papers

  1. T. Kyriacou, U. Nehmzow, R. Iglesias and S. A. Billings, Accurate Robot Simulation through System Identification, accepted for publication in Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2008.

  2. Ulrich Nehmzow, Chris Melhuish, Mark Witkowski, Eddie Moxey and Alex Ellery, Mobile robotics in the UK and worldwide: Fast changing, and as exciting as ever, editorial, Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 5, Issue 9, September 2007

  3. O. Akanyeti, T. Kyriacou, U. Nehmzow, R. Iglesias and S.A. Billings, Visual Task Identification and Characterisation Using Polynomial Models, Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 55, pp. 711-719, 2007.

  4. Hugo Vieira Neto and Ulrich Nehmzow, Visual Novelty Detection with Automatic Scale Selection, Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 55 (2007), pp. 693-701.

  5. Hugo Vieira Neto and Ulrich Nehmzow, Real-time Automated Visual Inspection using Mobile Robots, Int.J. of Intelligent and Robotic Systems , Vol 49, Nr 3, July 2007.

  6. Roberto Iglesias, Theocharis Kyriacou, Ulrich Nehmzow and Steve Billings, Task Identification and Characterisation in Mobile Robotics through Non-Linear Modelling, Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 55 (2007), Issue 4, pp. 267-275.

  7. Ulrich Nehmzow, Roberto Iglesias, Theocharis Kyriacou and Steve Billings, Robot Learning Through Task Identification, Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 54, Issue 9, pp.766-778, Sep 06.

  8. Theocharis Kyriacou, Ulrich Nehmzow, Roberto Iglesias and Steve Billings, Task Characterisation and Cross-Platform Programming Through System Identification, Int.J. Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol 2, pp. 317-324, December 2005.

  9. Hugo Vieira Neto and Ulrich Nehmzow, Automated Exploration and Inspection: Comparing Two Visual Novelty Detectors, Int.J. Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol 2, pp. 355-362, December 2005.

  10. Ulrich Nehmzow and Keith Walker, Quantitative Description of Robot-Environment Interaction using Chaos Theory, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Volume 53, Issues 3-4 , 31 December 2005, Pages 177-193.

  11. Ulrich Nehmzow,. Chris Melhuish and Mark Witkowski, editorial, Int.J. Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol 2, December 2005.

  12. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow and Jonathan Shapiro, On-line Novelty Detection for Autonomous Mobile Robots, J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 51, pp. 191-206, 2005.

  13. Roswitha Wiltschko and Ulrich Nehmzow, Simulating pigeon navigation, ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR, April 2005, 69, pp. 813 - 826.

  14. Ulrich Nehmzow and Chris Melhuish, Mobile Robotics in the United Kingdom, editorial, Int. J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 51, No 1-2, 2005.

  15. John Pisokas and Ulrich Nehmzow, Performance Comparison of Three Subsymbolic Action Planners for Mobile Robots, Int. J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 51, No 1-2, 2005.

  16. Ulrich Nehmzow and Keith Walker, The Behaviour of a Mobile Robot Is Chaotic, AISB Journal Vol 1 No 4, pp 373-388, 2003.

  17. Ulrich Nehmzow, Quantitative analysis of robot­environment interaction---towards "scientific mobile robotics", International Journal of Robotics and Autonomous Systems 44 (2003): 55-68.

  18. Stephen Marsland, Jonathan Shapiro and Ulrich Nehmzow, A Self-organising Network that Grows When Required, Neural Networks, 15(8-9):1041-1058, 2002.
    Please note: The following reference is relevant to the paper, but was accidentally omitted:
    A. Baraldi, P. Blonda, A survey of fuzzy clustering algorithms for pattern recognition, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 29(6):786-800, 1999.

  19. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow, and Tom Duckett, Learning to Select Distinctive Landmarks for Mobile Robot Navigation, International Journal of Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 948 (2001), 1-21.

  20. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Mobile Robot Self-Localisation Using Occupancy Histograms and A Mixture of Gaussian Location Hypotheses, International Journal Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol. 34, Nos. 2-3, pp. 117-129, 2001.

  21. Ulrich Nehmzow and Carl Owen, Robot Navigation in the Real World: Experiments with Manchester's FortyTwo in Unmodified, Large Environments, International Journal Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol. 33, Issue 4, 2000.

  22. Ulrich Nehmzow, Vision Processing for Robot Learning, International Journal Industrial Robot, Vol 26, No 2, 1999, ISSN 0143-991X.

  23. Oliver Lemon and Ulrich Nehmzow, The Scientific Status of Mobile Robotics: Multi-Resolution Mapbuilding as a Case Study, International Journal Robotics and Autonomous Systems, No. 24, Vols. 1-2, 1998.

  24. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Mobile Robot Self-Localization and Measurement of Performance in Middle Scale Environments, International Journal Robotics and Autonomous Systems, No. 24, Vols. 1-2, 1998.
    Awarded Best Student Paper of the Department of Computer Science, 1998.

  25. Ulrich Nehmzow and Michael Recce, Scientific methods in mobile robotics (editorial), Robotics and Autonomous SystemsVolume 24, Issues 1-231 August 1998Pages 1-3

  26. U. Nehmzow, Animal and Robot Navigation, Robotics and Autonomous Systems 15, Nos 1-2, 71-81 (1995).

  27. U. Nehmzow, Flexible Control of Mobile Robots through Autonomous Competence Acquisition, Measurement and Control, Vol. 28, No. 2, March 1995.

Refereed Contributions to Books

  1. U. Nehmzow, Emergent Cognitive Mappings in Mobile Robots Through Self-Organisation, in Margaret Jefferies and Wai-Kiang Yeap (eds), "Robot and Cognitive Approaches to Spatial Mapping", 2007.

  2. Roberto Iglesias, Ulrich Nehmzow, Theocharis Kyriacou, Steve Billings, Training and Analysis of Mobile Robot Behaviour Through System Identification, in: Current Topics in Artificial Intelligence, LNAI 4177. Roque Marín, Eva Onaindía, Alberto Bugarin and José Santos (Eds.), ISBN: 3-540-45914-6. pp 470-479, Springer 2006.

  3. U. Nehmzow, Navigation , Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, Macmillan (Nature Publishing Group), 2003.

  4. U. Nehmzow, Map Building Through Self-Organisation for Robot Navigation, in Jeremy Wyatt and John Demiris (eds.), Advances in Robot Learning: Proceedings of the 8th European Workshop on Learning Robots, LNAI Volume 1812, Springer Verlag 2000.

  5. U. Nehmzow, Acquisition of Smooth, Continuous Obstacle Avoidance in Mobile Robots , in H. Ritter, H. Cruse and J. Dean (eds.), Prerational Intelligence: Adaptive Behavior and Intelligent Systems without Symbols and Logic, Vol. 2, pp. 489-501, Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht, 2000. ISBN 0-7923-6670-0.

  6. U. Nehmzow, ``Meaning'' through Clustering by Self-Organisation of Spatial and Temporal Information , in C. Nehaniv (ed.), Computation for Metaphors, Analogy and Agents, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 1562, Springer Verlag, 1999, ISBN 3-540-65959-5.

  7. U. Nehmzow, Animal and Robot Navigation, in Luc Steels (ed), The Biology and Technology of Intelligent Autonomous Agents, Nato/ASI series, NATO 920908, Springer Verlag, 1995, ISBN 3-540-59052-8, pp. 258-274.

Conference Papers (full paper refereed)

  1. U. Nehmzow, O. Akanyeti, Christoph Weinrich, Theocharis Kyriacou and S.A. Billings, Robot Programming by Demonstration through System Identification, Proc IROS 2007

  2. Ulrich Nehmzow, Otar Akanyeti, Cristoph Weinrich, Theocharis Kyriacou and Steve Billings, Learning by Observation through System Identification, in Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, Taros 2007, ISBN 0 903878 26 7, pp. 17-24

  3. Ulrich Nehmzow, Phillip McKerrow and Steve Billings, On the Meaning of Computer Models of Robot-Environment Interaction, in Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, Taros 2007, ISBN 0 903878 26 7, pp. 33-39

  4. R. Iglesias, U. Nehmzow and S.A. Billings, Model Identification and Analysis in Robot Training, in Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, Taros 2007, ISBN 0 903878 26 7, pp. 40-47

  5. O. Akanyeti , U. Nehmzow , C. Weinrich , T. Kyriacou and S.A. Billings, Programming Mobile Robots by Demonstration through System Identification, Proceedings European Conference on Mobile Robotics (ECMR), 2007, pp. 162-167.

  6. Roberto Iglesias, Theocharis Kyriacou, Ulrich Nehmzow and Steve Billings, Route training in mobile robotics through system identification, Proc. ICCI 2006, Enformatika Journal, Volume 15,October 2006, ISBN/ISSN 1305-5313.

  7. T. Kyriacou , O. Akanyeti , U. Nehmzow , R. Iglesias and S.A. Billings, Visual Task Identification Using Polynomial Models, in Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, Taros 2006.

  8. Ulrich Nehmzow and Hugo Vieira Neto, Visual Attention and Novelty Detection: Experiments with Automatic Scale Selection, in Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, Taros 2006.

  9. Ulrich Nehmzow , Otar Akanyeti , Roberto Iglesias , Theocharis Kyriacou and Steve Billings, Comparing Robot Controllers Through System Identification, in Proc. Simulation of Adaptive Behaviour, “From Animals to Animats”, MIT Press 2006.

  10. Roberto Iglesias, Ulrich Nehmzow, Theocharis Kyriacou and Steve Billings, Modelling and characterisation of a mobile robot's operation, in Marin, R.; Onaindia, E.; Bugarin, A.; Santos, J. (Eds.), Current Topics in Artificial Intelligence 11th Conference of the Spanish Association for Artificial Intelligence, CAEPIA 2005 Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Springer Verlag 2006, ISBN: 3-540-45914-6

  11. Roberto Iglesias, Theocharis Kyriacou, Ulrich Nehmzow and Steve Billings, Robot Programming Through a Combination of Manual Training and System Identification, Proc. European Conference on Mobile Robotics, Ancona 2005. ISBN 88-89177-187

  12. Ulrich Nehmzow, Theocharis Kyriacou, Roberto Iglesias and Steve Billings, Self-Localisation Through System Identification, Proc. European Conference on Mobile Robotics, Ancona 2005. ISBN 88-89177-187

  13. Theocharis Kyriacou, Ulrich Nehmzow, Roberto Iglesias and Steve Billings, Cross-Platform Programming Through System Identification, Proc. “Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems”, TAROS, London 2005. Shortlisted for Springer Best Paper prize. ISBN 0-905247-03-5

  14. Hugo Vieira Neto and Ulrich Nehmzow, Incremental PCA: An Alternative Approach for Novelty Detection?, Proc. “Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems”, TAROS, London 2005. Shortlisted for Springer Best Paper prize. ISBN 0-905247-03-5

  15. Ulrich Nehmzow and Hugo Vieira Neto, Novelty-Based Visual Inspection Using Mobile Robots, Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems", TAROS 2004, Essex 2004. ISSN 1744-8050

  16. Roberto Iglesias, Theocharis Kyriacou, Ulrich Nehmzow and Steve Billings, Task Identification and Characterisation in Mobile Robotics, Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems", TAROS 2004, Essex 2004. ISSN 1744-8050

  17. Hugo Vieira Neto and Ulrich Nehmzow, Visual Novelty Detection for Inspection Tasks using Mobile Robots, Proc. Brasilian Symposium on Neural Networks, SBRN, IEEE Computer Society 2004.

  18. Ulrich Nehmzow, Theocharis Kyriacou, Roberto Iglesias and Steve Billings, RobotMODIC: Modelling, Identification and Characterisation of Mobile Robots, Proc. "Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems", TAROS 2004, Essex 2004. ISSN 1744-8050

  19. Ulrich Nehmzow and Hugo Vieira Neto, Locating Objects Visually Using Opposing-Colour-Channel Coding, Proc. Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, TIMR 2003.

  20. John Pisokas and Ulrich Nehmzow, Subsymbolic Action Planning for Mobile Robots: Do plans need to be precise?, Proc. Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, TIMR 2003.

  21. Ulrich Nehmzow and John Pisokas, Prediction of Perception for Subsymbolic Action Planning in Mobile Robots, Proc. European Conference on Mobile Robotics (ECMR), Warsaw 2003.

  22. Ulrich Nehmzow, Scientific Methods for the Analysis of Agent-Environment Interaction, editorial, Proc. AISB symposium on ``Scientific Methods for the Analysis of Agent-Environment Interaction'', AISB convention 2003, Aberystwyth.

  23. Ulrich Nehmzow and Keith Walker, Quantitative Description of Robot-Environment Interaction Using Chaos Theory, Proc. European Conference on Mobile Robotics (ECMR), Warsaw 2003.

  24. Ulrich Nehmzow, Physically Embedded Genetic Algorithm Learning in Multi-RobotScenarios: The PEGA algorithm, Proc. Second International Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics: Modeling Cognitive Development in Robotic Systems, Edinburgh 2002.

  25. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow and Jonathan Shapiro, Environment-Specific Novelty Detection, Proc. Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, Edinburgh 2002. MIT Press.

  26. Ulrich Nehmzow, Learning in Multi-Robot Scenarios through Physically Embedded Genetic Algorithms, Proc. Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, Edinburgh 2002. MIT Press.

  27. Ulrich Nehmzow, Quantitative analysis of robot-environment interaction - on the difference between simulations and the real thing, Proc. Eurobot 2001.
    Voted to be among the top 8 papers of Eurobot 2001 and selected for publication in Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems (see "Journals", above).

  28. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow, and Jonathan Shapiro.
    Vision-based environmental novelty detection on a mobile robot.
    In
    Proceedings of the International Conference on Neural Information Processing (ICONIP'01), Shanghai, 2001.

  29. Ulrich Nehmzow and Roswitha Wiltschko, Computer Modelling of Pigeon Navigation according to the Map-and-Compass Model, Proc. Royal Institute of Navigation Conference, Oxford 2001.

  30. Ulrich Nehmzow, Landmark Selection for Robot Navigation by Means of Acquired Models of Normality, Proc. AMS 2000, Springer Verlag 2000. 3-540-41214-X, pp. 102-110.

  31. Ulrich Nehmzow and Roswitha Wiltschko, Computer Simulation of Long-Range Bird Navigation , Proc. Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, MIT Press 2000, pp. 219-227. ISBN 0-262-63200-4.

  32. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow and Jonathan Shapiro, Detecting Novel Features of an Environment Using Habituation , Proc. Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, MIT Press 2000, pp. 189-198. ISBN 0-262-63200-4.

  33. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Performance Comparison for Landmark Recognition Systems for Navigating Mobile Robots, Proc. AAAI 2000.

  34. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow and Jonathan Shapiro, Novelty Detection for Robot Neotaxis, Proc. NC'2000, Second International ICSC Symposium on NEURAL COMPUTATION, Berlin 2000.

  35. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Exploration of Unknown Environments Using a Compass, Topological Map and Neural Network, Proc. 1999 IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, Monterey CA. ISBN 0-7803-5806-6, pp. 312-317.

  36. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Knowing Your Place in Real World Environments , Proc. Eurobot 99, Zurich 1999, IEEE Computer Society (1999), ISBN 0-7803-5672-1, pp. 135-142..

  37. Ten-min Lee, Ulrich Nehmzow and Roger Hubbold, Mobile Robot Simulation by Means of Acquired Neural Network Models, European Simulation Multiconference, Manchester 1998.

  38. C. Owen and U. Nehmzow, Map Interpretation in Dynamic Environments, Proc. 8th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control, IEEE Press 1998 (ISBN 0-7803-4484-7).

  39. Ulrich Nehmzow, Toshihiro Matsui and Hideki Asoh, ``Virtual Coordinates'': Perception-based Localisation and Spatial Reasoning in Mobile Robots, International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems 5, Sapporo 1998, pp. 188-195. Reprinted in Robotics Today, Vol. 12, No. 3, 1999, pp. 1-6.

  40. Ulrich Nehmzow, An Episodic Mapping Algorithm for Mobile Robot Self-Localisation: ``Meaning'' through Self-Organisation, International workshop on ``Computation for Metaphors, Analogy and Agents'', Aizu Wakamatsu 1998.

  41. Carl Owen and Ulrich Nehmzow, Landmark-Based Navigation for a Mobile Robot, Simulation of Adaptive Behaviour, Zurich 1998, MIT Press."

  42. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Knowing Your Place in the Real World, ECAL-97 Fourth European Conference on Artificial Life, University of Sussex 1997.

  43. Tom Duckett and Ulrich Nehmzow, Quantitative analysis of mobile robot localisation systems, Proc. TIMR 97, Manchester 1997.

  44. T. Duckett and U. Nehmzow, Experiments in evidence based localisation for a mobile robot Proc. AISB 97 workshop on Spatial Reasoning in Animals and Robots.

  45. Kris de Meyer, Oliver Lemon, and Ulrich Nehmzow, Multiple Resolution Mapping for Efficient Mobile Robot Navigation, Proc. TIMR 97, Manchester 1997.

  46. C. Owen and U. Nehmzow, Middle Scale Navigation - a Case Study, Proc. AISB 97 workshop on Spatial Reasoning in Animals and Robots.

  47. C. Owen and U. Nehmzow, Route Learning in Mobile Robots through Self-Organisation, Proc. Eurobot 96, IEEE Computer Society (1996), ISBN 0-8186-7695-7.

  48. Ulrich Nehmzow and Brendan McGonigle, Achieving Rapid Adaptations in Robots by Means of External Tuition, Proc. From Simulation of Adaptive Behavior 3, MIT Press 1994.

  49. Ulrich Nehmzow, Navigation mobiler Roboter mittels Differential Lichtkompass, in D. Hernandez (ed.), Proc. Workshop "Hybride und integrierte Ansätze zur Raumrepräsentation und ihre Anwendung", Technical University of Munich, Report FKI-185-93, ISSN 0941-6358.

  50. U. Nehmzow and B. McGonigle, Robot Navigation by Light, European Conference on Artificial Life, ECAL 1993.

  51. U. Nehmzow, T. Smithers and B. McGonigle, Increasing Behavioural Repertoire in a Mobile Robot, From Animals to Animats 2, pp.291-297, MIT Press 1993.

  52. U. Nehmzow and T. Smithers, Learning Multiple Competences: Some Initial Experiments, Workshop "Neural Networks and a new AI", ECAI 1992, Vienna.

  53. U. Nehmzow and T. Smithers, Using Motor Actions for Location Recognition, F. Varela and P. Bourgine (eds.),Toward a Practice of Autonomous Systems, pp. 96-104, ISBN 0-262-72019-1, MIT Press 1992.

  54. U. Nehmzow, T. Smithers and J. Hallam, Location Recognition in a Mobile Robot Using Self-Organising Feature Maps, in G. Schmidt (ed.), Information Processing in Autonomous Mobile Robots, Springer Verlag 1991.

  55. U. Nehmzow and T. Smithers, Mapbuilding using Self-Organising Networks in Really Useful Robots, in J.A. Meyer and S. Wilson (eds.), From Animals to Animats, Proc. 1st conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behaviour, MIT Press 1991.

  56. Ulrich Nehmzow, Tim Smithers and John Hallam, Adaptive Behaviour in the 'Really Useful Robots' Project, Workshop on Cognition, Biology and Robotics, GMD, St. Augustin 1990.

  57. Ulrich Nehmzow, John Hallam and Tim Smithers, Really Useful Robots, Proc. Intelligent Autonomous Systems 2, Amsterdam 1989.

Conference Papers (abstract refereed)

  1. Ulrich Nehmzow and Keith Walker, Is the Behaviour of a Mobile Robot Chaotic?, Proc. AISB convention 2003, Aberystwyth, ISBN 1 902956 32 3. Best Paper Award.

  2. John Pisokas and Ulrich Nehmzow, Experiments in Subsymbolic Action Planning with Mobile Robots, Proc. AISB convention 2003, Aberystwyth. Publ;ished in Daniel Kudenko, Dimitar Kazakov, Eduardo Alonso (eds), Adaptive Agents and Multi-Agent Systems III: Adaptation and Multi-Agent Learning, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2005. ISSN: 0302-9743

  3. Hugo Vieira Neto and Ulrich Nehmzow, Object Localisation and Tracking Through Subsymbolic Classification, Proc. AISB convention 2003, Aberystwyth.

  4. Ulrich Nehmzow, Mobile Robotics: Research, Applications and Challenges , Proc. "Future Trends in Robotics", Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London 2.7.2001.

  5. Gary R. Ireland and Ulrich Nehmzow, Staged Learning for a Continually Operating Robot , Proc. TIMR 01, Manchester 2001, ISSN 1361 - 6161.

  6. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow, and Jonathan Shapiro Novelty detection in large environments , Proc. TIMR 01, Manchester 2001, ISSN 1361 - 6161.

  7. Jason Fleischer and Ulrich Nehmzow A mechanism that coordinates signal meaning for robot communication , Proc. TIMR 01, Manchester 2001, ISSN 1361 - 6161.

  8. U. Nehmzow, Continuous Operation and Perpetual Learning in Mobile Robots, International Workshop on Recent Advances in Mobile Robots, Leicester, UK, June 2000.

  9. S. Marsland, U. Nehmzow and J. Shapiro, A Real-Time Novelty Detector for a Mobile Robot, EUREL European Advanced Robotics Systems Conference, Salford 2000.

  10. U. Nehmzow, Applications of Robot Training: Clearing, Cleaning, Surveillance, Intern. Workshop on Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Machines, Salford 1995.

  11. Paul Martin and Ulrich Nehmzow, "Programming" by Teaching: Neural Network Control in the Manchester Mobile Robot, Proc. Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles, Helsinki 1995.

Invited Papers

  1. Ronald Ranvaud and Ulrich Nehmzow, The map concept in animal navigation,, Royal Institute of Navigation conference, Reading 2005

  2. Ulrich Nehmzow, On the Role of Quantitative Descriptions of Behaviour in Mobile Robotics Research, Invited keynote address, RoboCup symposium, Padua 2003. Published in D. Polani, B. Browning, A. Bonarini and K. Yoshida (eds.), RoboCup 2003: Robot Soccer World Cup VIII, Springer Verlag 2004, ISBN 0302-9743, pp. 54-66.

  3. Ulrich Nehmzow, Investigation of robot-environment interaction using chaos theory, AISB quarterly No. 114 (2003), page 6.

  4. Ulrich Nehmzow, Spatial Reasoning in Mobile Robots and Animals, AISB quarterly No. 98 (1997).

  5. Ulrich Nehmzow, Scientific Methods in Mobile Robotics?!, Proc. TIMR 97, Manchester 1997.

  6. Ulrich Nehmzow, The Manchester Remote Mobile Robotics Laboratory, SPIE newsletter, Volume 5, issue 2, September 1996.

  7. Ulrich Nehmzow, Self-Organisation and Self-Learning Robot Control, IEE symposium on "Self-Learning Robots", London 1996.

  8. Ulrich Nehmzow, Some Initial Experiments in Self-Organization and Dynamic Sensing, IEE symposium on "The design and development of autonomous agents", London 1995.

  9. Ulrich Nehmzow, Acquisition of Smooth, Continuous Obstacle Avoidance in Mobile Robots, H. Cruse, H. Ritter and J. Dean (eds.), Proc. Workshop ``Prerational Intelligence in Robotics'', Bielefeld 1994.

Refereed Technical Reports

  1. Stephen Marsland and Ulrich Nehmzow Selecting Landmarks from Sonar Scans for Mobile Robot Navigation , Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-00-8-1.

  2. Ulrich Nehmzow, David Gelder and Tom Duckett, Automatic Selection of Landmarks for Mobile Robot Navigation, Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-00-7-1.

  3. Stephen Marsland, Ulrich Nehmzow and Jonathan Shapiro, A Model of Habituation Applied to Mobile Robots Proc. TIMR '99, Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-99-3-1.

  4. Ten-min Lee, Ulrich Nehmzow and Roger Hubbold, Faithful simulation of autonomous mobile robots by means of model acquisition, Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-97-12-1.

  5. T. Duckett and U. Nehmzow, A Robust Perception-based Localisation Method for a Mobile Robot, Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-96-11-1.

  6. U. Nehmzow, A. Bühlmeier, H. Dürer and M. Nölte, Remote Control of Mobile Robot via internet, Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series UMCS-96-2-3.

  7. A. Bühlmeier, H. Dürer, J. Monnerjahn, M. Nölte and U. Nehmzow, Learning by Tuition, Experiments with the Manchester "FortyTwo", Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series UMCS-96-1-2.

  8. U. Nehmzow and Tom Mitchell, The Prospective Student's Introduction to the Robot Learning Problem, Department of Computer Science, Technical Report Series UMCS-95-12-6.

  9. Ulrich Nehmzow, Autonomous Acquisition of Sensor-Motor Couplings in Robots, Technical Report UMCS-94-11-1, Department of Computer Science.

  10. Ulrich Nehmzow, Tim Smithers and John Hallam, Steps towards Intelligent Robots, DAI research paper 502, Department of Artificial Intelligence, Edinburgh University, 1990.

Non-refereed Technical Reports

  1. Gary Ireland and Ulrich Nehmzow, Experiments with staged learning for a continually operating robot. Department of Computer Science, University of Essex, Technical Report CSM-366. February 2002.

  2. Ulrich Nehmzow, GA Learning in Multi-Robot Scenarios: The PEGA Algorithm. Department of Computer Science, University of Essex. Technical Report CSM-367, March 2002.

  3. John Pissokas and Ulrich Nehmzow, Robot Action Selection through Subsymbolic Planning, Department of Computer Science, University of Essex, Technical Report CSM-374, October 2002.

  4. Rob Knight and Ulrich Nehmzow, Walking Robots - A Survey and a Research Proposal, Department of Computer Science, University of Essex, Technical Report CSM-375, October 2002.

Review Articles

  1. Ulrich Nehmzow, Review of Varela & Bourgine (eds), Towards a Practice of Autonomous Systems, MIT Press 1992. Published in AISB Quarterly, 1996.

  2. Review of ``Active Vision'', edited by Andrew Blake and Alan Yuille, MIT Press 1992. Published in AISB Quarterly, 1996.

Edited Works

  1. Ulrich Nehmzow, Chris Melhuish, Mark Witkowski, Eddie Moxey and Alex Ellery (eds.) , special issue of Int.J. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2007

  2. M. Wilson, F. Labrosse, U. Nehmzow, C. Melhuish, M. Witkowski (eds), Proc ``Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems'' 2007, ISBN 0 903878 26 7

  3. M. Witkowski, U. Nehmzow, C. Melhuish, E. Moxey and A. Ellery, Proc. ``Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems'' 2006. ISBN 0-9553879-0-6.

  4. U. Nehmzow, C. Melhuish and M. Witkowski, special issue on ``Mobile Robotics in the UK'' of Int.J. Advanced Robotic Systems, Vol 2, Nr 4, December 2005.

  5. U. Nehmzow and C. Melhuish, special issue of J Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Vol 51, issue 1, April 2005

  6. U. Nehmzow, C. Melhuish and M. Witkowski, Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, TAROS 2005, Imperial College. ISBN 0-905247-03-5.

  7. U. Nehmzow and C. Melhuish (eds.), Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, TAROS 2004, Essex 2004. Technical Report CSM-415, Department of Computer Science, University of Essex, 2004. ISSN 1744 - 8050

  8. Ulrich Nehmzow, Scientific Methods for the Analysis of Agent-Environment Interaction (editorial), Proc. AISB symposium on ``Scientific Methods for the Analysis of Agent-Environment Interaction'', AISB convention 2003, Aberystwyth.

  9. U. Nehmzow and C. Melhuish (eds.), Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, Proceedings of TIMR 03, Bristol 2003. Published by the Institution of Electrical Engineers2003.

  10. U. Nehmzow and C. Melhuish (eds.), Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, Proceedings of TIMR 01, Manchester 2001. Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-01-4-1, Department of Computer Science, Manchester University, 2001. ISSN 1361-6161.

  11. Gerhard Schweitzer, Wolfram Burgard, Ulrich Nehmzow and Sjur Vestli (eds.), Proc. Eurobot 1999, IEEE Publications, ISBN 0-7803-5672-1, 1999.

  12. U. Nehmzow and C. Melhuish (eds.), Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, Proceedings of TIMR 99, Bristol 1999. Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-99-3-1, Department of Computer Science, Manchester University, 1999. ISSN 1361-6161.

  13. U. Nehmzow and M. Recce (eds.), Scientific methods in mobile robotics International Journal Robotics and Autonomous Systems, No. 24, Vols. 1-2, 1998. ISSN 0921-8890.

  14. U. Nehmzow, M. Recce and D. Bisset (eds.), Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, Proceedings of TIMR 97, Manchester 1997. Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-97-9-1, Department of Computer Science, Manchester University, 1997. ISSN 1361-6161.

  15. N. Sharkey and U. Nehmzow (eds.), Spatial Reasoning in Animals and Robots, Proc. AISB 1997, Technical Report Series, Report UMCS-97-4-1, Department of Computer Science, Manchester University, 1997. ISSN 1361-6161.

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