Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments

Tanoto A, Du JL, Witkowski U, Rückert U (2006)
In: Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC). Santiago, Chile.

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This paper presents a tool, one component of the Teleworkbench system, for analyzing experiments in multi-robotics. The proposed tool combines the video taken by a web cam monitoring the field where the experiment runs and some computer generated visual objects representing important events and information as well as robots’ behavior into one interactive video based on MPEG-4 standard. Visualization and data summarization enables the developer to quickly grasp a situation, whereas the possibility of scrolling through the video and selectively activating information helps him analyzing interesting events in depth. Because of the MPEG-4 standard used for the output video, the analysis process can be done in a wide range of platforms. This trait is beneficial for education and research cooperation purposes.
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Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC)
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Tanoto A, Du JL, Witkowski U, Rückert U. Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments. In: Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC). Santiago, Chile; 2006.
Tanoto, A., Du, J. L., Witkowski, U., & Rückert, U. (2006). Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments. Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC) Santiago, Chile.
Tanoto, A., Du, J. L., Witkowski, U., and Rückert, U. (2006). “Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments” in Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC) (Santiago, Chile).
Tanoto, A., et al., 2006. Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments. In Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC). Santiago, Chile.
A. Tanoto, et al., “Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments”, Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC), Santiago, Chile: 2006.
Tanoto, A., Du, J.L., Witkowski, U., Rückert, U.: Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments. Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC). Santiago, Chile (2006).
Tanoto, Andry, Du, Jia Lei, Witkowski, Ulf, and Rückert, Ulrich. “Teleworkbench: An Analysis Tool for Multi-Robotic Experiments”. Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Biologically Inspired Cooperative Computing (BICC 2006), 19th World Computer Congress (WCC). Santiago, Chile, 2006.
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