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Efficient exploration through unknown environments remains a challenging problem for robotic systems. In these situations, the robot's ability to reason about its future motion is often severely limited by sensor field of view (FOV). By contrast, biological systems routinely make decisions by taking into consideration what might exist beyond t   ...more

Prospection is key to solving challenging problems in new environments, but it has not been deeply explored as applied to task planning for perception-driven robotics. We propose visual robot task planning, where we take in an input image and must generate a sequence of high-level actions and associated observations that achieve some task. In this   ...more

Osteonecrosis occurs due to the loss of blood supply to the bone, leading to spontaneous death of the trabecular bone. Delayed treatment of the involved patients results in collapse of the femoral head, which leads to a need for total hip arthroplasty surgery. Core decompression, as the most popular technique for treatment of the osteonecrosis, in   ...more

We present a generic data-driven method to address the problem of manipulating a three-dimensional (3-D) compliant object (CO) with heterogeneous physical properties in the presence of unknown disturbances. In this study, we do not assume a prior knowledge about the deformation behavior of the CO and type of the disturbance (e.g., internal or exte   ...more

In this paper, we investigate the use of surrogate agents to accelerate test scenario generation for autonomous vehicles. Our goal is to train the surrogate to replicate the true performance modes of the system. We create these surrogates by utilizing imitation learning with deep neural networks. By using imitator surrogates in place of the true a   ...more

In this paper we propose a new method for generating test scenarios for black-box autonomous systems that demonstrate critical transitions in performance modes. This method provides a test engineer with key insights into the software’s decision-making engine and how those decisions affect transitions between performance modes. We achieve this via   ...more

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