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*2009
197EEIan Fasel, Michael Quinlan, Peter Stone: A task specification language for bootstrap learning. AAMAS (2) 2009: 1169-1170
196EEShivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Peter Stone: Learning complementary multiagent behaviors: a case study. AAMAS (2) 2009: 1359-1360
195EETodd Hester, Peter Stone: Generalized model learning for reinforcement learning in factored domains. AAMAS (2) 2009: 717-724
194EEShivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Peter Stone: An empirical analysis of value function-based and policy search reinforcement learning. AAMAS (2) 2009: 749-756
193EENicholas K. Jong, Peter Stone: Compositional Models for Reinforcement Learning. ECML/PKDD (1) 2009: 644-659
192EETobias Jung, Peter Stone: Feature Selection for Value Function Approximation Using Bayesian Model Selection. ECML/PKDD (1) 2009: 660-675
191EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Color learning and illumination invariance on mobile robots: A survey. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 57(6-7): 629-644 (2009)
2008
190EEMatthew E. Taylor, Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Autonomous transfer for reinforcement learning. AAMAS (1) 2008: 283-290
189EENicholas K. Jong, Todd Hester, Peter Stone: The utility of temporal abstraction in reinforcement learning. AAMAS (1) 2008: 299-306
188EEKurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Mitigating catastrophic failure at intersections of autonomous vehicles. AAMAS (3) 2008: 1393-1396
187EEMark Van Middlesworth, Kurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Replacing the stop sign: unmanaged intersection control for autonomous vehicles. AAMAS (3) 2008: 1413-1416
186 Matthew E. Taylor, Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Transfer Learning and Intelligence: an Argument and Approach. AGI 2008: 326-337
185EEDoran Chakraborty, Peter Stone: Online Multiagent Learning against Memory Bounded Adversaries. ECML/PKDD (1) 2008: 211-226
184EEMatthew E. Taylor, Nicholas K. Jong, Peter Stone: Transferring Instances for Model-Based Reinforcement Learning. ECML/PKDD (2) 2008: 488-505
183EEJoseph Reisinger, Peter Stone, Risto Miikkulainen: Online kernel selection for Bayesian reinforcement learning. ICML 2008: 816-823
182EEW. Bradley Knox, Juhyun Lee, Peter Stone: Person recognition on a Segway Robot: A video of UT Austin Villa Robocup@Home 2007 finals demonstration. ICRA 2008: 1785-1786
181EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Maximum likelihood estimation of sensor and action model functions on a mobile robot. ICRA 2008: 2104-2109
180EEJuhyun Lee, Peter Stone: Person tracking on a mobile robot with heterogeneous inter-characteristic feedback. ICRA 2008: 2577-2582
179EETodd Hester, Peter Stone: Negative information and line observations for Monte Carlo localization. ICRA 2008: 2764-2769
178EEW. Bradley Knox, Juhyun Lee, Peter Stone: Domestic Interaction on a Segway Base. RoboCup 2008: 519-531
177 Mohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Long-Term vs. Greedy Action Planning for Color Learning on a Mobile Robot. VISAPP (2) 2008: 682-685
176 Mohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Comparing Two Action Planning Approaches for Color Learning on a Mobile Robot. VISAPP (Workshop on Robot Perception) 2008: 43-52
175EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Polynomial Regression with Automated Degree: a Function Approximator for Autonomous Agents. International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools 17(1): 159-174 (2008)
174EEKurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: A Multiagent Approach to Autonomous Intersection Management. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 31: 591-656 (2008)
2007
173 Matthew E. Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Temporal Difference and Policy Search Methods for Reinforcement Learning: An Empirical Comparison. AAAI 2007: 1675-1678
172 Matthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone: Representation Transfer via Elaboration. AAAI 2007: 1906-1907
171EEMatthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone: Towards reinforcement learning representation transfer. AAMAS 2007: 100
170EEMazda Ahmadi, Matthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone: IFSA: incremental feature-set augmentation for reinforcement learning tasks. AAMAS 2007: 186
169EEMatthew E. Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Transfer via inter-task mappings in policy search reinforcement learning. AAMAS 2007: 37
168EEShivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Peter Stone: Batch reinforcement learning in a complex domain. AAMAS 2007: 94
167EENicholas K. Jong, Peter Stone: Model-based function approximation in reinforcement learning. AAMAS 2007: 95
166EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone: Adapting in agent-based markets: a study from TAC SCM. AAMAS 2007: 98
165EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone: Adapting Price Predictions in TAC SCM. AMEC/TADA 2007: 30-45
164EEGregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Graph-Based Domain Mapping for Transfer Learning in General Games. ECML 2007: 188-200
163EEJonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, Emmett Witchel: Autonomous Return on Investment Analysis of Additional Processing Resources. ICAC 2007: 15
162EEMatthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone: Cross-domain transfer for reinforcement learning. ICML 2007: 879-886
161EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: A Comparison of Two Approaches for Vision and Self-Localization on a Mobile Robot. ICRA 2007: 3915-3920
160EEJonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, Emmett Witchel, Michael Dahlin: Machine Learning for On-Line Hardware Reconfiguration. IJCAI 2007: 1113-1118
159EEPeter Stone: Learning and Multiagent Reasoning for Autonomous Agents. IJCAI 2007: 12-30
158EEKurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Sharing the Road: Autonomous Vehicles Meet Human Drivers. IJCAI 2007: 1263-1268
157EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Color Learning on a Mobile Robot: Towards Full Autonomy under Changing Illumination. IJCAI 2007: 2212-2217
156EEBikramjit Banerjee, Peter Stone: General Game Learning Using Knowledge Transfer. IJCAI 2007: 672-677
155EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Global action selection for illumination invariant color modeling. IROS 2007: 1671-1676
154EEMazda Ahmadi, Peter Stone: Instance-Based Action Models for Fast Action Planning. RoboCup 2007: 1-16
153EEShivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Peter Stone, Yaxin Liu: Model-Based Reinforcement Learning in a Complex Domain. RoboCup 2007: 171-183
152EEUli Grasemann, Daniel Stronger, Peter Stone: A Neural Network-Based Approach to Robot Motion Control. RoboCup 2007: 480-487
151EENicholas K. Jong, Peter Stone: Model-Based Exploration in Continuous State Spaces. SARA 2007: 258-272
150EEPeter Stone: Multiagent learning is not the answer. It is the question. Artif. Intell. 171(7): 402-405 (2007)
149EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Structure-based color learning on a mobile robot under changing illumination. Auton. Robots 23(3): 161-182 (2007)
2006
148 Hideyuki Nakashima, Michael P. Wellman, Gerhard Weiss, Peter Stone: 5th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2006), Hakodate, Japan, May 8-12, 2006 ACM 2006
147 Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Automatic Heuristic Construction for General Game Playing. AAAI 2006
146 Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Automatic Heuristic Construction in a Complete General Game Player. AAAI 2006
145 Mazda Ahmadi, Peter Stone: Biconnected Structure for Multi-Robot Systems. AAAI 2006
144 Daniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Expectation-Based Vision for Self-Localization on a Legged Robot. AAAI 2006
143 Matthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone: Inter-Task Action Correlation for Reinforcement Learning Tasks. AAAI 2006
142 Mazda Ahmadi, Peter Stone: Keeping in Touch: Maintaining Biconnected Structure by Homogeneous Robots. AAAI 2006
141 Gregory Kuhlmann, William B. Knox, Peter Stone: Know Thine Enemy: A Champion RoboCup Coach Agent. AAAI 2006
140 Kurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Making Autonomous Intersection Management Backwards-Compatible. AAAI 2006
139 Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Sample-Efficient Evolutionary Function Approximation for Reinforcement Learning. AAAI 2006
138 David Pardoe, Peter Stone: TacTex-05: A Champion Supply Chain Management Agent. AAAI 2006
137 Kurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Traffic Intersections of the Future. AAAI 2006
136 Yaxin Liu, Peter Stone: Value-Function-Based Transfer for Reinforcement Learning Using Structure Mapping. AAAI 2006
135EEMatthew E. Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Comparing evolutionary and temporal difference methods in a reinforcement learning domain. GECCO 2006: 1321-1328
134EEShimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: On-line evolutionary computation for reinforcement learning in stochastic domains. GECCO 2006: 1577-1584
133EEHarish Subramanian, Subramanian Ramamoorthy, Peter Stone, Benjamin Kuipers: Designing safe, profitable automated stock trading agents using evolutionary algorithms. GECCO 2006: 1777-1784
132 David Pardoe, Peter Stone: Predictive Planning for Supply Chain Management. ICAPS 2006: 21-30
131EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Autonomous Planned Color Learning on a Mobile Robot Without Labeled Data. ICARCV 2006: 1-6
130EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone, Maytal Saar-Tsechansky, Kerem Tomak: Adaptive mechanism design: a metalearning approach. ICEC 2006: 92-102
129 Mazda Ahmadi, Peter Stone: A Multi-robot System for Continuous Area Sweeping Tasks. ICRA 2006: 1724-1729
128EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Polynomial Regression with Automated Degree: A Function Approximator for Autonomous Agents. ICTAI 2006: 474-480
127EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Selective Visual Attention for Object Detection on a Legged Robot. RoboCup 2006: 158-170
126EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Autonomous Planned Color Learning on a Legged Robot. RoboCup 2006: 270-278
125EEPeggy Fidelman, Peter Stone: The Chin Pinch: A Case Study in Skill Learning on a Legged Robot. RoboCup 2006: 59-71
124EEShivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Yaxin Liu, Peter Stone: Half Field Offense in RoboCup Soccer: A Multiagent Reinforcement Learning Case Study. RoboCup 2006: 72-85
123EEManish Saggar, Thomas D'Silva, Nate Kohl, Peter Stone: Autonomous Learning of Stable Quadruped Locomotion. RoboCup 2006: 98-109
122EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone, Mark Van Middlesworth: TacTex-05: An Adaptive Agent for TAC SCM. TADA/AMEC 2006: 46-61
121EECharles Lee Isbell Jr., Michael J. Kearns, Satinder P. Singh, Christian R. Shelton, Peter Stone, David P. Kormann: Cobot in LambdaMOO: An Adaptive Social Statistics Agent. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 13(3): 327-354 (2006)
120EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Towards autonomous sensor and actuator model induction on a mobile robot. Connect. Sci. 18(2): 97-119 (2006)
119EEShimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Evolutionary Function Approximation for Reinforcement Learning. Journal of Machine Learning Research 7: 877-917 (2006)
118EEPeter Stone, Mohan Sridharan, Daniel Stronger, Gregory Kuhlmann, Nate Kohl, Peggy Fidelman, Nicholas K. Jong: From pixels to multi-robot decision-making: A study in uncertainty. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 54(11): 933-943 (2006)
2005
117 Alexander A. Sherstov, Peter Stone: Improving Action Selection in MDP's via Knowledge Transfer. AAAI 2005: 1024-1029
116 Mohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Autonomous Color Learning on a Mobile Robot. AAAI 2005: 1318-1323
115 Matthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone, Yaxin Liu: Value Functions for RL-Based Behavior Transfer: A Comparative Study. AAAI 2005: 880-885
114EEKurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Multiagent traffic management: an improved intersection control mechanism. AAMAS 2005: 471-477
113EEMatthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone: Behavior transfer for value-function-based reinforcement learning. AAMAS 2005: 53-59
112EEShimon Whiteson, Peter Stone, Kenneth O. Stanley, Risto Miikkulainen, Nate Kohl: Automatic feature selection in neuroevolution. GECCO 2005: 1225-1232
111EEJonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, Emmett Witchel, Raymond J. Mooney, Michael Dahlin: Towards Self-Configuring Hardware for Distributed Computer Systems. ICAC 2005: 241-249
110 Mohan Sridharan, Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Practical Vision-Based Monte Carlo Localization on a Legged Robot. ICRA 2005: 3366-3371
109 Daniel Stronger, Peter Stone: Simultaneous Calibration of Action and Sensor Models on a Mobile Robot. ICRA 2005: 4563-4568
108EENicholas K. Jong, Peter Stone: State Abstraction Discovery from Irrelevant State Variables. IJCAI 2005: 752-757
107EEKurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Multiagent Traffic Management: Opportunities for Multiagent Learning. LAMAS 2005: 129-138
106EEMazda Ahmadi, Peter Stone: Multi-robot Learning for Continuous Area Sweeping. LAMAS 2005: 47-70
105EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Towards Eliminating Manual Color Calibration at RoboCup. RoboCup 2005: 673-681
104EEPeter Stone, Gregory Kuhlmann, Matthew E. Taylor, Yaxin Liu: Keepaway Soccer: From Machine Learning Testbed to Benchmark. RoboCup 2005: 93-105
103EEAlexander A. Sherstov, Peter Stone: Function Approximation via Tile Coding: Automating Parameter Choice. SARA 2005: 194-205
102EEMichael L. Littman, Peter Stone: A polynomial-time Nash equilibrium algorithm for repeated games. Decision Support Systems 39(1): 55-66 (2005)
101EEPeter Stone, Amy R. Greenwald: The First International Trading Agent Competition: Autonomous Bidding Agents. Electronic Commerce Research 5(2): 229-265 (2005)
100EEShimon Whiteson, Nate Kohl, Risto Miikkulainen, Peter Stone: Evolving Soccer Keepaway Players Through Task Decomposition. Machine Learning 59(1-2): 5-30 (2005)
99EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone: Developing adaptive auction mechanisms. SIGecom Exchanges 5(3): 1-10 (2005)
2004
98 Nate Kohl, Peter Stone: Machine Learning for Fast Quadrupedal Locomotion. AAAI 2004: 611-616
97 Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Towards Autonomic Computing: Adaptive Job Routing and Scheduling. AAAI 2004: 916-922
96EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone: Agent-Based Supply Chain Management: Bidding for Customer Orders. AAMAS 2004: 1442-1443
95EEKurt M. Dresner, Peter Stone: Multiagent Traffic Management: A Reservation-Based Intersection Control Mechanism. AAMAS 2004: 530-537
94EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone: Bidding for Customer Orders in TAC SCM. AMEC 2004: 143-157
93EEAlexander A. Sherstov, Peter Stone: Three Automated Stock-Trading Agents: A Comparative Study. AMEC 2004: 173-187
92EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Towards On-Board Color Constancy on Mobile Robots. CRV 2004: 130-137
91EEShimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Towards Autonomic Computing: Adaptive Network Routing and Scheduling. ICAC 2004: 286-287
90EENate Kohl, Peter Stone: Policy Gradient Reinforcement Learning for Fast Quadrupedal Locomotion. ICRA 2004: 2619-2624
89 Andreas Wahle, Mark E. Olszewski, Sarah C. Vigmostad, Kathleen Braddy, Theresa Brennan, James D. Rossen, Krishnan B. Chandran, Milan Sonka, Rubén Medina, A. Coskun, Charles Feldman, Peter Stone: Quantitative Analysis of Circumferential Plaque Distribution in Human Coronary Arteries in Relation to Local Vessel Curvature. ISBI 2004: 531-534
88EEMohan Sridharan, Peter Stone: Towards Illumination Invariance in the Legged League. RobuCup 2004: 196-208
87EEDaniel Stronger, Peter Stone: A Model-Based Approach to Robot Joint Control. RobuCup 2004: 297-309
86EEGregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone, Justin Lallinger: The UT Austin Villa 2003 Champion Simulator Coach: A Machine Learning Approach. RobuCup 2004: 636-644
85EEElizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons, Peter Stone: Using RoboCup in university-level computer science education. ACM Journal of Educational Resources in Computing 4(2): 4 (2004)
84EEDavid Pardoe, Peter Stone: TacTex-03: a supply chain management agent. SIGecom Exchanges 4(3): 19-28 (2004)
2003
83EEShimon Whiteson, Peter Stone: Concurrent layered learning. AAMAS 2003: 193-200
82EEMichael L. Littman, Peter Stone: A polynomial-time nash equilibrium algorithm for repeated games. ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce 2003: 48-54
81EEShimon Whiteson, Nate Kohl, Risto Miikkulainen, Peter Stone: Evolving Keepaway Soccer Players through Task Decomposition. GECCO 2003: 356-368
80EERonggang Yu, Peter Stone: Performance analysis of a counter-intuitive automated stock-trading agent. ICEC 2003: 40-46
79 Satinder P. Singh, Michael L. Littman, Nicholas K. Jong, David Pardoe, Peter Stone: Learning Predictive State Representations. ICML 2003: 712-719
78EEPeter Stone: RoboCup as an Introduction to CS Research. RoboCup 2003: 284-295
77EEElizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons, Peter Stone: RoboCup in Higher Education: A Preliminary Report. RoboCup 2003: 296-307
76EEGregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone: Progress in Learning 3 vs. 2 Keepaway RoboCup 2003: 694-702
75EEItsuki Noda, Peter Stone: The RoboCup Soccer Server and CMUnited Clients: Implemented Infrastructure for MAS Research. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 7(1-2): 101-120 (2003)
74EEMichael P. Wellman, Amy R. Greenwald, Peter Stone, Peter R. Wurman: The 2001 Trading Agent Competition. Electronic Markets 13(1): (2003)
73EEAmy R. Greenwald, Nicholas R. Jennings, Peter Stone: Guest Editors' Introduction: Agents and Markets. IEEE Intelligent Systems 18(6): 12-14 (2003)
72EEPeter Stone, Robert E. Schapire, Michael L. Littman, János A. Csirik, David A. McAllester: Decision-Theoretic Bidding Based on Learned Density Models in Simultaneous, Interacting Auctions. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 19: 209-242 (2003)
2002
71 Michael P. Wellman, Amy R. Greenwald, Peter Stone, Peter R. Wurman: The 2001 Trading Agent Competition. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 935-
70EEPaul S. A. Reitsma, Peter Stone, János Csirik, Michael L. Littman: Randomized strategic demand reduction: getting more by asking for less. AAMAS 2002: 162-163
69EEPeter Stone, Robert E. Schapire, János A. Csirik, Michael L. Littman, David A. McAllester: ATTac-2001: A Learning, Autonomous Bidding Agent. AMEC 2002: 143-160
68EEPaul S. A. Reitsma, Peter Stone, János A. Csirik, Michael L. Littman: Self-Enforcing Strategic Demand Reduction. AMEC 2002: 289-306
67 Robert E. Schapire, Peter Stone, David A. McAllester, Michael L. Littman, János A. Csirik: Modeling Auction Price Uncertainty Using Boosting-based Conditional Density Estimation. ICML 2002: 546-553
66EEPeter Stone: Multiagent Competitions and Research: Lessons from RoboCup and TAC. RoboCup 2002: 224-237
65 Manuela M. Veloso, Tucker R. Balch, Peter Stone, Hiroaki Kitano, Fuminori Yamasaki, Ken Endo, Minoru Asada, Mansour Jamzad, Sayyed Bashir Sadjad, Vahab S. Mirrokni, Moslem Kazemi, Hamid Reza Chitsaz, Abbas Heydarnoori, Mohammad Taghi Hajiaghayi, Ehsan Chiniforooshan: RoboCup-2001: The Fifth Robotic Soccer World Championships. AI Magazine 23(1): 55-68 (2002)
64 Jussi Karlgren, Pentti Kanerva, Björn Gambäck, Kenneth D. Forbus, Kagan Tumer, Peter Stone, Kai Goebel, Gaurav S. Sukhatme, Tucker R. Balch, Bernd Fischer, Doug Smith, Sanda M. Harabagiu, Vinay Chaudri, Mike Barley, Hans W. Guesgen, Thomas F. Stahovich, Randall Davis, James A. Landay: The 2002 AAAI Spring Symposium Series. AI Magazine 23(4): 101-106 (2002)
2001
63 Peter Stone, Tucker R. Balch, Gerhard K. Kraetzschmar: RoboCup 2000: Robot Soccer World Cup IV Springer 2001
62EEMichael L. Littman, Peter Stone: Implicit Negotiation in Repeated Games. ATAL 2001: 393-404
61EEPeter Stone, Michael L. Littman, Satinder P. Singh, Michael J. Kearns: ATTac-2000: an adaptive autonomous bidding agent. Agents 2001: 238-245
60EEPeter Stone, David A. McAllester: An architecture for action selection in robotic soccer. Agents 2001: 316-323
59EECharles Lee Isbell Jr., Christian R. Shelton, Michael J. Kearns, Satinder P. Singh, Peter Stone: A social reinforcement learning agent. Agents 2001: 377-384
58 Peter Stone, Richard S. Sutton: Scaling Reinforcement Learning toward RoboCup Soccer. ICML 2001: 537-544
57EECharles Lee Isbell Jr., Christian R. Shelton, Michael J. Kearns, Satinder P. Singh, Peter Stone: Cobot: A Social Reinforcement Learning Agent. NIPS 2001: 1393-1400
56EEPeter Stone, Richard S. Sutton: Keepaway Soccer: A Machine Learning Testbed. RoboCup 2001: 214-223
55EEPeter Stone: ATTUnited-2001: Using Heterogeneous Players. RoboCup 2001: 495-498
54EEJános A. Csirik, Michael L. Littman, Satinder P. Singh, Peter Stone: FAucS : An FCC Spectrum Auction Simulator for Autonomous Bidding Agents. WELCOM 2001: 139-151
53 Peter Stone: RoboCup-2001: The Fourth Robotic Soccer World Championships. AI Magazine 22(1): 11-38 (2001)
52EEAmy R. Greenwald, Peter Stone: Autonomous Bidding Agents in the Trading Agent Competition. IEEE Internet Computing 5(2): 52- (2001)
51EEPeter Stone, Michael L. Littman, Satinder P. Singh, Michael J. Kearns: ATTac-2000: An Adaptive Autonomous Bidding Agent. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 15: 189-206 (2001)
2000
50 Peter Stone, Patrick Riley, Manuela M. Veloso: Defining and Using Ideal Teammate and Opponent Agent Models. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 1040-1045
49 Charles Lee Isbell Jr., Michael J. Kearns, David P. Kormann, Satinder P. Singh, Peter Stone: Cobot in LambdaMOO: A Social Statistics Agent. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 36-41
48EEPatrick Riley, Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Layered Disclosure: Revealing Agents' Internals. ATAL 2000: 61-72
47EEPeter Stone, Patrick Riley, Manuela M. Veloso: Layered disclosure: why is the agent doing what it's doing? Agents 2000: 225-226
46EEItsuki Noda, Peter Stone: The RoboCup Soccer Server and CMUnited: Implemented Infrastructure for MAS Research. Agents Workshop on Infrastructure for Multi-Agent Systems 2000: 94-101
45EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Layered Learning. ECML 2000: 369-381
44EEPeter Stone, Patrick Riley, Manuela M. Veloso: Defining and Using Ideal Teammate and Opponent Agent Models: A Case Study in Robotic Soccer. ICMAS 2000: 441-442
43 Peter Stone: TPOT-RL Applied to Network Routing. ICML 2000: 935-942
42EEMinoru Asada, Andreas Birk, Enrico Pagello, Masahiro Fujita, Itsuki Noda, Satoshi Tadokoro, Dominique Duhaut, Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso, Tucker R. Balch, Hiroaki Kitano, Brian Thomas: Progress in RoboCup Soccer Research in 2000. ISER 2000: 363-372
41EEPeter Stone, Minoru Asada, Tucker R. Balch, Masahiro Fujita, Gerhard K. Kraetzschmar, Henrik Hautop Lund, Paul Scerri, Satoshi Tadokoro, Gordon Wyeth: Overview of RoboCup-2000. RoboCup 2000: 1-28
40EEPeter Stone, Richard S. Sutton, Satinder P. Singh: Reinforcement Learning for 3 vs. 2 Keepaway RoboCup 2000: 249-258
39EEDavid A. McAllester, Peter Stone: Keeping the Ball from CMUnited-99. RoboCup 2000: 333-338
38EEPatrick Riley, Peter Stone, David A. McAllester, Manuela M. Veloso: ATT-CMUnited-2000: Third Place Finisher in the RoboCup-2000 Simulator League. RoboCup 2000: 489-492
37 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso, Patrick Riley: CMUNITED-98 Simulator Team. AI Magazine 21(1): 20-28 (2000)
36 Manuela M. Veloso, Michael H. Bowling, Sorin Achim, Kwun Han, Peter Stone: CMUNITED-98: RoboCup-98 Small-Robot World Champion Team. AI Magazine 21(1): 29-36 (2000)
35 Silvia Coradeschi, Lars Karlsson, Peter Stone, Tucker R. Balch, Gerhard K. Kraetzschmar, Minoru Asada: Overview of RoboCup-99. AI Magazine 21(3): 11-18 (2000)
34 Peter Stone, Patrick Riley, Manuela M. Veloso: The CMUnited-99 Champion Simulator Team. AI Magazine 21(3): 33-40 (2000)
33 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Multiagent Systems: A Survey from a Machine Learning Perspective. Auton. Robots 8(3): 345-383 (2000)
1999
32 Manuela M. Veloso, Michael H. Bowling, Sorin Achim, Kwun Han, Peter Stone: CMUnited-98: A Team of Robotic Soccer Agents. AAAI/IAAI 1999: 891-896
31EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Team-Partitioned, Opaque-Transition Reinforcement Learning. Agents 1999: 206-212
30 Manuela M. Veloso, Hiroaki Kitano, Enrico Pagello, Gerhard K. Kraetzschmar, Peter Stone, Tucker R. Balch, Minoru Asada, Silvia Coradeschi, Lars Karlsson, Masahiro Fujita: Overview of RoboCup-99. RoboCup 1999: 1-34
29 Peter Stone, Patrick Riley, Manuela M. Veloso: The CMUnited-99 Champion Simulator Team. RoboCup 1999: 35-48
28 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Layered Learning and Flexible Teamwork in RoboCup Simulation Agents. RoboCup 1999: 495-508
27EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Task Decomposition, Dynamic Role Assignment, and Low-Bandwidth Communication for Real-Time Strategic Teamwork. Artif. Intell. 110(2): 241-273 (1999)
26EEManuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone, Kwun Han: The CMUnited-97 robotic soccer team: Perception and multi-agent control. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 29(2-3): 133-143 (1999)
1998
25 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Task Decomposition and Dynamic Role Assignment for Real-Time Strategic Teamwork. ATAL 1998: 293-308
24EEManuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone, Kwun Han: The CMUnited-97 Robotic Socccer Team: Perception and Multiagent Control. Agents 1998: 78-85
23EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Using Decision Tree Confidence Factors for Multi-Agent Control. Agents 1998: 86-91
22 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Communication in Domains with Unreliable, Single-Channel, Low-Bandwidth Communication. CRW 1998: 85-97
21 Manuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone: Individual and Collaborative Behaviors in a Team of Robotic Soccer Agents. ICMAS 1998: 309-316
20EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Team-Partitioned, Opaque-Transition Reinforced Learning. RoboCup 1998: 261-272
19EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso, Patrick Riley: The CMUnited-98 Champion Simulator Team. RoboCup 1998: 61-76
18EEManuela M. Veloso, Michael H. Bowling, Sorin Achim, Kwun Han, Peter Stone: The CMUnited-98 Small-Robot Team. RoboCup 1998: 77-92
17 Manuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone, Kwun Han: CMUNITED-97: RoboCup-97 Small-Robot World Champion Team. AI Magazine 19(3): 61-69 (1998)
16EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Layered Approach to Learning Client Behaviors in the Robocup Soccer Server. Applied Artificial Intelligence 12(2-3): 165-188 (1998)
15EEMinoru Asada, Peter Stone, Hiroaki Kitano, Barry Brian Werger, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Alexis Drogoul, Dominique Duhaut, Manuela M. Veloso, Hajime Asama, Sho'ji Suzuki: The Robocup Physical Agent Challenge: Phase I. Applied Artificial Intelligence 12(2-3): 251-263 (1998)
14EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Towards collaborative and adversarial learning: a case study in robotic soccer. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 48(1): 83-104 (1998)
1997
13 Peter Stone: Layered Learning in Multiagent Systems. AAAI/IAAI 1997: 819
12 Manuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone, Sorin Achim: A Layered Approach for an Autonomous Robotic Soccer System. Agents 1997: 530-531
11 Hiroaki Kitano, Milind Tambe, Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso, Silvia Coradeschi, Eiichi Osawa, Hitoshi Matsubara, Itsuki Noda, Minoru Asada: The RoboCup Synthetic Agent Challenge 97. IJCAI (1) 1997: 24-30
10 Manuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone, Kwun Han, Sorin Achim: The CMUnited-97 Small Robot Team. RoboCup 1997: 242-256
9 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: The CMUnited-97 Simulator Team. RoboCup 1997: 389-397
8 Minoru Asada, Peter Stone, Hiroaki Kitano, Alexis Drogoul, Dominique Duhaut, Manuela M. Veloso, Hajime Asama, Sho'ji Suzuki: The RoboCup Physical Agent Challenge: Goals and Protocols for Phase 1. RoboCup 1997: 42-61
7 Hiroaki Kitano, Milind Tambe, Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso, Silvia Coradeschi, Eiichi Osawa, Hitoshi Matsubara, Itsuki Noda, Minoru Asada: The RoboCup Synthetic Agent Challenge 97. RoboCup 1997: 62-73
6 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Using Decision Tree Confidence Factors for Multiagent Control. RoboCup 1997: 99-111
1995
5EEPeter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso: Beating a Defender in Robotic Soccer: Memory-Based Learning of a Continuous Function. NIPS 1995: 896-902
4EEManuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone: FLECS: Planning with a Flexible Commitment Strategy CoRR abs/cs/9506101: (1995)
3 Manuela M. Veloso, Peter Stone: FLECS: Planning with a Flexible Commitment Strategy. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 3: 25-52 (1995)
1994
2 Peter Stone, Manuela M. Veloso, Jim Blythe: The Need for Different Domain-independent Heuristics. AIPS 1994: 164-169
1990
1 Peter Stone: Developing Networked Services for Libraries: The U. K. Experience. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 19(3-5): 343-349 (1990)

Coauthor Index

1Sorin Achim [10] [12] [18] [32] [36]
2Mazda Ahmadi [106] [129] [142] [145] [154] [170]
3Minoru Asada [7] [8] [11] [15] [30] [35] [41] [42] [65]
4Hajime Asama [8] [15]
5Tucker R. Balch [30] [35] [41] [42] [63] [64] [65]
6Bikramjit Banerjee [156]
7Mike Barley [64]
8Andreas Birk [42]
9Jim Blythe (James Blythe) [2]
10Michael H. Bowling [18] [32] [36]
11Kathleen Braddy [89]
12Theresa Brennan [89]
13Doran Chakraborty [185]
14Krishnan B. Chandran [89]
15Vinay Chaudri [64]
16Ehsan Chiniforooshan [65]
17Hamid Reza Chitsaz [65]
18Silvia Coradeschi [7] [11] [30] [35]
19A. Coskun [89]
20János Csirik [70]
21János A. Csirik [54] [67] [68] [69] [72]
22Thomas D'Silva [123]
23Michael Dahlin [111] [160]
24Randall Davis [64]
25Kurt M. Dresner [95] [107] [114] [137] [140] [158] [174] [187] [188]
26Alexis Drogoul [8] [15]
27Dominique Duhaut [8] [15] [42]
28Ken Endo [65]
29Ian Fasel [197]
30Charles Feldman [89]
31Peggy Fidelman [118] [125]
32Bernd Fischer [64]
33Kenneth D. Forbus [64]
34Masahiro Fujita [30] [41] [42]
35Björn Gambäck [64]
36Kai Goebel [64]
37Uli Grasemann [152]
38Amy R. Greenwald [52] [71] [73] [74] [101]
39Hans W. Guesgen [64]
40Mohammad Taghi Hajiaghayi (MohammadTaghi Hajiaghayi) [65]
41Kwun Han [10] [17] [18] [24] [26] [32] [36]
42Sanda M. Harabagiu [64]
43Todd Hester [179] [189] [195]
44Abbas Heydarnoori [65]
45Charles Lee Isbell Jr. (Charles L. Isbell) [49] [57] [59] [121]
46Mansour Jamzad [65]
47Nicholas R. Jennings (Nick R. Jennings) [73]
48Nicholas K. Jong [79] [108] [118] [151] [167] [184] [189] [193]
49Tobias Jung [192]
50Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan [124] [153] [168] [194] [196]
51Pentti Kanerva [64]
52Jussi Karlgren [64]
53Lars Karlsson [30] [35]
54Moslem Kazemi [65]
55Michael J. Kearns [49] [51] [57] [59] [61] [121]
56Hiroaki Kitano [7] [8] [11] [15] [30] [42] [65]
57W. Bradley Knox [178] [182]
58William B. Knox [141]
59Nate Kohl [81] [90] [98] [100] [112] [118] [123]
60David P. Kormann [49] [121]
61Gerhard K. Kraetzschmar [30] [35] [41] [63]
62Gregory Kuhlmann [76] [86] [104] [110] [118] [141] [146] [147] [164] [186] [190]
63Benjamin Kuipers [133]
64Yasuo Kuniyoshi [15]
65Justin Lallinger [86]
66James A. Landay [64]
67Juhyun Lee [178] [180] [182]
68Michael L. Littman [51] [54] [61] [62] [67] [68] [69] [70] [72] [79] [82] [102]
69Yaxin Liu [104] [115] [124] [136] [153]
70Henrik Hautop Lund [41]
71Hitoshi Matsubara [7] [11]
72David A. McAllester [38] [39] [60] [67] [69] [72]
73Rubén Medina [89]
74Mark Van Middlesworth [122] [187]
75Risto Miikkulainen [81] [100] [112] [183]
76Vahab S. Mirrokni (Seyed Vahab Mirrokni) [65]
77Raymond J. Mooney [111]
78Hideyuki Nakashima [148]
79Itsuki Noda [7] [11] [42] [46] [75]
80Mark E. Olszewski [89]
81Eiichi Osawa [7] [11]
82Enrico Pagello [30] [42]
83David Pardoe [79] [84] [94] [96] [99] [122] [130] [132] [138] [165] [166]
84Simon Parsons [77] [85]
85Michael Quinlan [197]
86Subramanian Ramamoorthy [133]
87Joseph Reisinger [183]
88Paul S. A. Reitsma [68] [70]
89Patrick Riley [19] [29] [34] [37] [38] [44] [47] [48] [50]
90James D. Rossen [89]
91Maytal Saar-Tsechansky [130]
92Sayyed Bashir Sadjad (Bashir S. Sadjad) [65]
93Manish Saggar [123]
94Paul Scerri [41]
95Robert E. Schapire [67] [69] [72]
96Christian R. Shelton [57] [59] [121]
97Alexander A. Sherstov [93] [103] [117]
98Satinder P. Singh [40] [49] [51] [54] [57] [59] [61] [79] [121]
99Elizabeth Sklar (Elizabeth Sklar Rozier) [77] [85]
100Doug Smith [64]
101Milan Sonka [89]
102Mohan Sridharan [88] [92] [105] [110] [116] [118] [126] [131] [149] [155] [157] [176] [177] [191]
103Thomas F. Stahovich [64]
104Kenneth O. Stanley [112]
105Daniel Stronger [87] [109] [118] [120] [127] [128] [144] [152] [161] [175] [181]
106Harish Subramanian [133]
107Gaurav S. Sukhatme (Gaurav Sukhatme) [64]
108Richard S. Sutton [40] [56] [58]
109Sho'ji Suzuki [8] [15]
110Satoshi Tadokoro [41] [42]
111Milind Tambe [7] [11]
112Matthew E. Taylor [104] [113] [115] [135] [143] [162] [169] [170] [171] [172] [173] [184] [186] [190]
113Brian Thomas [42]
114Kerem Tomak [130]
115Kagan Tumer [64]
116Manuela M. Veloso [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [36] [37] [38] [42] [44] [45] [47] [48] [50] [65]
117Sarah C. Vigmostad [89]
118Andreas Wahle [89]
119Gerhard Weiss [148]
120Michael P. Wellman [71] [74] [148]
121Barry Brian Werger [15]
122Shimon Whiteson [81] [83] [91] [97] [100] [112] [119] [134] [135] [139] [169] [173]
123Jonathan Wildstrom [111] [160] [163]
124Emmett Witchel [111] [160] [163]
125Peter R. Wurman [71] [74]
126Gordon Wyeth (Gordon Fraser Wyeth) [41]
127Fuminori Yamasaki [65]
128Ronggang Yu [80]

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