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IEEE Transactions on Robotics (TR)

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1552-3098
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Certain IEEE Transactions on Robotics (T-RO) papers, other than communication items and survey papers, are eligible to be presented at the upcoming IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) or IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). For more information, please see http://www.ieee-ras.org/publications/t-ro

Scope

The IEEE Transactions on Robotics (T-RO) publishes fundamental papers on all aspects of Robotics, featuring interdisciplinary approaches from computer science, control systems, electrical engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, and other fields. Robots and intelligent 彩神网官网 and systems are critical in areas such as industrial applications; service and personal assistants; surgical operations; space, underwater, and remote exploration; entertainment; safety, search, and rescue; military applications; agriculture applications; and intelligent vehicles. Special emphasis is placed on intelligent 彩神网官网 and systems for unstructured environments, where a significant portion of the environment is unknown and cannot be directly sensed or controlled. 

Examples of topics that fall within the scope of T-RO include:

    Design: mechanisms and actuation; robots with flexible elements; limbed structures; parallel and hybrid mechanisms; robot hands; snake-like and continuum robots; soft robots; modular robots; biomimetic and bioinspired robots; wheeled robots; underwater robots; flying robots; micro/nano robots; performance evaluation and optimization; modeling, identification, calibration
    Sensing and Perception: foundations of sensing and estimation; force and tactile sensing; range, sonar, and inertial Sensing; GPS and odometry; 3-D vision; object recognition; visual servoing; multisensor data fusion
    Manipulation, Interfaces, and Programming: motion and force planning and control for manipulation tasks; contact modeling and manipulation; grasping; cooperative manipulation; mobility and manipulation; haptics; active manipulation for perception; telerobotics; networked robots; robotic systems architectures and programming
    Moving in the Environment: world modelling; simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM); motion planning and obstacle avoidance; modelling and control of legged robots, wheeled mobile robots, robots on rough terrain, underwater robots, aerial robots, and multiple mobile robot systems
    Robots at Work: industrial robotics; space robotics; robotics in agriculture and forestry; robotics in construction; robotics in hazardous applications; robotics in mining; search and rescue robotics; robot surveillance and security; intelligent vehicles; medical robotics and computer-integrated surgery; rehabilitation and healthcare robotics; domestic robotics
    Robots and Humans: humanoids; physical and cognitive human-robot interaction; human-robot augmentation; social and socially assistive robotics; learning from humans; behavior-based systems; AI reasoning methods for robotics; biologically-inspired robotics; evolutionary robotics; neurorobotics; perceptual robotics; roboethics

Papers describing specific current (industrial and beyond) applications are encouraged, provided that the paper convincingly demonstrates that it represents the best current practice, detailed characteristics and performance are included, and it is of general interest.
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Special Issues
Special Issue on Resilience in Networked Robotic Systems
截稿日期: 彩神8官方版-06-15

Scope: ​We are living in an increasingly networked world, where people connect with people, people connect with彩神网官网, and 彩神网官网 connect with 彩神网官网. We have long departed from a status quo of disjoint andindependent physical, cyber, and human components — yet, so much more still needs to be done to unleash thetransformative potential of highly equipped, networked ‘swarms’. However, as connections are established,information is shared, and dependencies are created, these systems give rise to new vulnerabilities and threats. Ifour systems are to succeed, they must be built to resist environmental disturbances, internal malfunctions, andmalicious manipulations. How do we build resilient robotic networks? Resilience is particularly relevant to collections of units that are connected through communication or sensorynetworks, and have dependencies that arise from spatial or functional relationships. As such, the originaldevelopment of resilience leverages techniques from the fields of network science, signal processing, and systemstheory. Although early works have begun to translate these concepts to the domain of robotics and automation, westill lack a deeper understanding of what resilience is, and how (and whether) it differs from robustness. Currently, we understand resilience as the ability to withstand or overcome adverse conditions or shocks, andunknown, unmodeled disturbances. It refers to the changes in behavior and the underlying system dynamics (e.g.,transformation, reorganization, growth) that enable the system to retain the desired functionality. Resilience canhave several manifestations. For example, it can be measured by the extent of structural or behavioral changes thatoccur over time to stymie an attack. It could also be measured by the time it takes for the system to reach a newsteady state, and the performance of the system at that steady state after disruption. Although there is a substantive body of work on methods providing robustness to robotic systems, research onresilience is scattered, and the distinction between resilience and robustness is still poorly understood. As a result,this special issue has two main goals, ​(1)​, to provide a deeper understanding of ​resilience​ for networked systems,and ​(2)​, to assemble works that demonstrate the importance of resilient methods. In an effort to disseminate the current advances in designing and operating resilient robotic networks, and tostimulate a discussion on the future research directions in this field, the ​IEEE Transactions on Robotics​ (T-RO)invites papers for a Special Issue in this area. Researchers are invited to submit papers on the foundational,algorithmic, and experimental aspects of design, modeling, control and validation of resilience in robotic networks. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Topics: ​We are soliciting contributions in the areas of networked robotic systems, multi-robot systems, andcollaborative human-robot teams. Topics of particular interest include, but are not restricted to: ●Coordination for resilience ●Perception-action-communication loops for resilience ●Networking and topology control for resilience ●Resilience against adversarial robots ●Abstraction, synthesis, and validation of resilient behaviors ●Formalization of redundancy and heterogeneity ●Machine learning in networked teams ●Game theory in networked teams Authors should read information on submitting at http://www.ieee-ras.org/publications/t-ro. Authors should mention in their submission cover letters that they are responding to the Special Issue call. Submission Deadline: May 1, 彩神8官方版 (extended from April 1, 彩神8官方版) GUEST EDITORS: Amanda Prorok, ​University of Cambridge (asp45@彩神8官方版cam.ac.uk) Vijay Kumar, ​University of Pennsylvania (kumar@彩神8官方版seas.upenn.edu) Brian M. Sadler, ​Army Research Laboratory (brian.m.sadler6.civ@彩神8官方版mail.mil) Gaurav Sukhatme​, University of Southern California (gaurav@彩神8官方版usc.edu)
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Special Issue on Wearable Robotics
截稿日期: 彩神8官方版-07-31

Scope: This focused section aims at presenting the latest research advances and the future trends in the development of human-centered based approaches for controlling wearable robots for motion assistance and rehabilitation. While initially conceived for human motion augmentation purposes, wearable powered robots have been gradually proposed as technological aids for rehabilitation and assistance, and functional substitution in patients suffering from motor disorders. Over the last decades and despite the significant technological and scientific achievements in the field of wearable technologies, we have not yet witnessed successful projects pointing out subject-centered robotic suits, which are easy to wear and intuitive enough to cooperate with. Providing such pragmatic solutions or reducing the wearer dependency on external operator would have a great societal impact by improving the quality of life and regaining people Independence. In addition, technological advances and the emergence of wearable and ubiquitous technologies with considerable reduction in size, cost andenergy consumption, are becoming privileged solutions to provide autonomous assistive services to humans. This challenging technology is expected to work closely, interact and collaborate with people in an intelligent environment. Thus, communicating the human body with the wearable robotic system requires robust and suitable interfacing solutions. This special issue aims to gather researchers from different backgrounds to highlight the state of the art, the current and future trends of this highly interdisciplinary field. The accepted papers will provide discussions about the challenges and limiting factors for developing sustainable wearable robots for assistance and rehabilitation of human movements. The special issue aims at publishing original, significant and visionary papers describing the growing challenges of using novel human-robot multimodal interaction paradigms as these should consider both biomechanical and physiological features to allow for efficient and intuitive cooperative behavior. The special issue is also about understanding the recent trends to promote: energy harvesting, complete wearability, portability and reliability of the device, as well as user’s safety. Challenges to be covered include efficient coupling and optimized transmission of power from the wearable device to the human body, and optimization of control algorithms for reduction and compensation of interface losses, among others. Submissions of scientific results from experts in academia and industry worldwide will be strongly encouraged. In this context, the proposed special session is seeking relevant contributions addressing but are not limited to the topics listed below. Topics to be covered include: -Design of kinematically compatible wearable robots -Advanced impedance-based control for wearable robots -Human-in-the-loop-optimization algorithms for control of wearable robots -Adaptive control for smooth physical human-robot interaction -Torque control approaches for advanced neural interfaces with wearable exoskeletons-Modular and decentralized exoskeleton design -Design, control,and characterization approaches for soft wearable robots -Innovative transmissions for wearable collaborative 彩神网官网 -Design and test of powered exosuits -Machine learning techniques for a smooth control of wearable robots Paper submission and selection: Interested authors are encouraged to submit no more than TWO IEEE pages A4 extended abstract to the guest editors (trowearablerobots@彩神8官方版gmail.com) by February 28th 彩神8官方版. Full Papers should be submitted by April 30th 彩神8官方版. All submitted full papers will be rigorously reviewed and the selection of papers will be based on their originality, timeliness, significance and relevance to the scope of the special issue. Submitted papers should not be under consideration for publication anywhere else. More information on submitting can be found at http://www.ieee-ras.org/publications/t-ro/information-for-authors The highest priority is quality, commensurate with the usual IEEE Transactions on Roboticsstandards.
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