2017 journal article
A Framework for mapping with biobotic insect networks: from local to global maps
Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 88, 79–96.
By: A. Dirafzoon, A. Bozkurt & E. Lobaton
Geometric learning and topological inference with biobotic networks
IEEE Transactions on Signal and Information Processing Over Networks, 3(1), 200–215.
2014 conference paper
Biobotic insect swarm based sensor networks for search and rescue
Signal processing, sensor/information fusion, and target recognition xxiii, 9091.
By: A. Bozkurt, E. Lobaton, M. Sichitiu, T. Hedrick, T. Latif, A. Dirafzoon, E. Whitmire, A. Verderber, J. Marin, H. Xiong
Mapping of unknown environments using minimal sensing from a stochastic swarm
2014 ieee/rsj international conference on intelligent robots and systems (iros 2014), 3842–3849.
By: A. Dirafzoon, J. Betthauser, J. Schornick, D. Benavides & E. Lobaton
Poster abstract: Cyborg-insect networks for mapping of unknown environments
2014 acm/ieee international conference on cyber-physical systems (iccps), 216–216.
By: A. Dirafzoon, J. Bethhauser, J. Schornick, J. Cole, A. Bozkurt & E. Lobaton
2013 conference paper
Topological mapping of unknown environments using an unlocalized robotic swarm
2013 ieee/rsj international conference on intelligent robots and systems (iros), 5545–5551.
By: A. Dirafzoon & E. Lobaton
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