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Animal Behaviour Understanding using Wireless Sensor Networks
CSIRO has created a wireless sensor platform for animal behaviour monitoring where it is able to observe and collect information of animals without significantly interfering with them and can identify each animal's behaviour and activities successfully.
Development and Evaluation of Sensor Concepts for Ageless Aerospace Vehicles
David Abbott, Adam Batten, David Carpenter, John Dunlop, Graeme Edwards, Tony Farmer, Bruce Gaffney, Mark Hedley, Nigel Hoschke, Peter Isaacs, Mark Johnson, Chris Lewis, Alex Murdoch, Geoff Poulton,
Designing Self-Assembly for 2-Dimensional Building Blocks
A genetic algorithm-based approach can be used to evolve the rule sets of interaction for a number of interacting blocks, so that the final shape or states of a structure formed by the blocks can approximate some target shapes or satisfy some global goals.
Directed Self-assembly of 2-Dimensional Mesoblocks Using Top-Down/Bottom-Up Design
A general design methodology suitable for a class of complex multi-agent systems which are capable of self-assembly, based on a top-down, bottom-up approach, which has the potential to achieve a range of global design goals whilst retaining emergent behaviour somewhere in the system, and thereby allowing access to a richer solution space.
A Simulator for Self-Adaptive Energy Demand Management
This paper outlines self- Adaptive methodologies used within the simulator and uses it to develop and test a new self-adaptive methodology to intelligently control the energy demand.
Self-organising impact boundaries in ageless aerospace vehicles
Self-monitoring, self-repairing aerospace vehicles require modular, flexible and adaptive sensing and communication networks. In general, a modular (multi-cellular) sensing and communication network
Vision-Based Drivable Surface Detection in Autonomous Ground Vehicles
A new machine learning approach to drivable surface detection that automatically combines a set of rectangular features and histogram backprojection based image segmentation algorithms to produce superior results.
Critical Damage Reporting in Intelligent Sensor Networks
This approach is a minimal hierarchical decomposition of the problem, which seeks a balance between achievability and complexity and applies a TDBU approach together with genetic algorithms (GA) to address the global goal.