Gary T. Anderson

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Dopamine D(2) receptor antagonism contributes to the therapeutic action of antipsychotic drugs (APDs) but also produces undesirable side effects, including extrapyramidal motor deficits, cognitive dulling, and prolactinemia. The introduction of atypical APDs was a significant advancement in the treatment of schizophrenia. Whereas these agents are D(2)(More)
This paper proposes the development of an RFID system to aid in the navigation of autonomous mobile robots. The use of the system to enable a mobile robot to estimate its pose is described. The paper presents a method to obtain fine orientation readings, a task neglected by former works. We also analyze one uncertainty source of this approach. Experimental(More)
This paper proposes a quantitative method to describe how complex an environment looks to an individual robot. The assumption is that robots are designed to perform a task in a specific setting or group of settings. The structure of the environment and knowledge the robot has about the environment determine how sophisticated the robot hardware and control(More)
Due to the variability in performance among cochlear implant (CI) patients, it is becoming increasingly important to find ways to optimally fit patients with speech processing strategies. This paper proposes an approach based on neural networks, which can be used to automatically optimize the performance of CI patients. The neural network model is(More)
A mobile ground survey application that employs remote sensing as a primary means of area coverage is highlighted. It is distinguished from mobile robotic area coverage problems that employ contact or proximity-based sensing. The focus is on a specific concept for performing mobile surveys in search of biogenic gases on planetary surfaces using a(More)