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NIFTi is about human-robot cooperation. About teams of robots and humans doing tasks together, interacting together to try and reach a shared goal. NIFTi looks at how the robot could bear the human in mind. Literally. When determining what to do or say next in human-robot interaction; when, and how. NIFTi puts the human factor into cognitive robots, and human-robot team interaction in particular.   Each year, NIFTi evaluates its systems together with several USAR organizations. Rescue personnel teams up with NIFTi robots to carry out realistic missions, in real-life training areas. 
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There are 98 references in this bibliography folder.

Krieger, H (2011).
A Temporal Extension of the Hayes and ter Horst Entailment Rules for RDFS and OWL
In: Proc. AAAI 2011 Spring Symposium Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning.

Krieger, H and Kruijff, G (2011).
Combining Uncertainty and Description Logic Rule-Based Reasoning in Situation-Aware Robots
In: Proc. AAAI 2011 Spring Symposium Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning.

Kruijff, G and Janicek, M (2011).
Using Doctrines for Human-Robot Collaboration to Guide Ethical Behavior
In: Proceedings of the AAAI 2011 Fall Symposium Robot-human team-work in dynamic adverse environments, AAAI.

Kubelka, V (2011).
Vibration Suppression in Inertial Sensors Signals
MSc thesis, CMP, Faculty of Electrotechnical Engineering, Czech Technical University.

Kubelka, V and Svoboda, T (2011).
NIFTi lidar-camera calibration
CMP, Department of Electrotechnical Engineering, Czech Technical University, Technical Report(CTU–CMP–2011–15,).

Kvaca, J (2011).
Object detection in highresolution images
Master thesis, CMP, Faculty of Electrotechnical Engineering, Czech Technical University.

Larochelle, B, Kruijff, G, Smets, N, Mioch, T, and Groenewegen, P (2011).
Establishing Human Situation Awareness Using a Multi-Modal Operator Control Unit In An Urban Search & Rescue Human-Robot Team
In: Proceedings of the 20th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, IEEE.

Linssen, J (2011).
Using TRex for USAR-robot cooperation in NIFTi
Master thesis, Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Utrecht.

Liu, M, Colas, F, and Siegwart, R (2011).
Regional topological segmentation based on Mutual Information Graphs
In: Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2011).

Mancas, M, Pirri, F, and Pizzoli, M (2011).
Human-motion saliency in multi-motion scenes and in close interaction
In: Proceedings of the 9th International Gesture Workshop on Gesture in Embodied Communication and Human-Computer Interaction.

Mancas, M, Pirri, F, and Pizzoli, M (2011).
From Saliency to eye gaze: embodied visual selection for a pan-tilt-based robotic head
In: Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC), Advances in Visual Computing.

Margaretha, E (2011).
Modeling Thematic Changes in a Collaborative Task-Oriented Dialogue.
MSc thesis, Department of Computational Linguistics, Saarland University..

Neerincx, M, de Greef, T, Smets, N, and Sam, M (2011).
Shared Mental Models of Distributed Human-Robot Teams for Coordinated Disaster Responses
In: Proceedings of the AAAI 2011 Fall Symposium Robot-human team-work in dynamic adverse environments, AAAI.

Oth, L (2011).
Incremental Topological Segmentation for Robot Mapping
MSc semester project report, Autonomous Systems Lab, ETH Zurich.

Papadakis, P and Pirri, F (2011).
Consistent Pose Normalization of Non-Rigid Shapes using One-Class Support Vector Machines
In: Proceedings of CVPR Workshop on Non-Rigid Shape Analysis and Deformable Image Alignment.

Pirri, F (2011).
The well-designed logical robot: Learning and experience from observations to the Situation Calculus
Artificial Intelligence, 175(1):378-415.

Pirri, F and Pizzoli, M (2011).
Inference about actions: Levesque's view on action-ability and Dirichlet processes
In: Knowing, Reasoning, and Acting, Essays in Honour of Hector J. Levesque, ed. by Gerhard Lakemeyer and Sheila A. McIlraith . College Publications, chap. 0, pp. 0.

Pirri, F, Pizzoli, M, and Rudi, A (2011).
A general method for the point of regard estimation in 3D space
In: IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR 2011).

Pirri, F, Pizzoli, M, Rigato, D, and Shabani, R (2011).
3D Saliency Maps
In: Proceedings of 2011 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (CVPRW).

Pizzoli, M (2011).
Visual Saliency in the Wild: Moving the Analysis of Gaze Behaviors to Three-Dimensional, Unstructured Environments
PhD thesis, Department of Computer Science, La Sapienza University.

Pomerleau, F, Lescot, B, Colas, F, Liu, M, and Siegwart, R (2011).
Dataset acquisitions for USAR environments
In: Proceedings of the AAAI 2011 Fall Symposium Robot-human team-work in dynamic adverse environments, AAAI.

Pomerleau, F, Magnenat, S, Colas, F, Liu, M, and Siegwart, R (2011).
Tracking a Depth Camera: Parameter Exploration for Fast ICP
In: Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS).

Pomerleau, F, Magnenat, S, Colas, F, Liu, M, and Siegwart, R (2011).
A test bench to improve registration using RGB-D sensors
In: RGB-D Workshop on 3D Perception in Robotics.

Rigato, D (2011).
Visual localization of a wearable gaze tracking device for mapping human fixations in three-dimensional unstructured environments
MSc thesis, Department of Computer Science, La Sapienza University.

Shekhovtsov, A and Hl, V (2011).
On partial optimality by auxiliary submodular problems
Control Systems and Computers, 232(2):71-78.

 
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