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C A Malcolm 1983
, The Outline Corner Filter, in Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Robot Vision and Sensory Controls (ROVISEC), ed Dr Brian Rooks, ISBN 0-444-86872-0, North Holland Publishing Company, pp 61-68, Nov 1983, (DAI Research Paper no 212).

conference

C A Malcolm and A P Ambler 1986
(main author) Some Architectural Implications of the Use of Sensors, invited paper at Intelligent Autonomous Systems 1, Amsterdam, pages 71-78, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam, 1986.

conference, invited paper

C A Malcolm & A P Fothergill 1987
(main author), Some Architectural Implications of the Use of Sensors, invited paper at NATO Pisa conference Sep 1-5, 1986, in Languages for Sensor Based Control in Robotics, ISBN 0-387-17665-9, eds Rembold and Hormann, Springer-Verlag, NATO ASI Series F, vol 29, pages 101-124, 1987 (DAI Research Paper 294).

[revised version of Malcolm & Amber 1986]

conference, invited paper

T Smithers & C Malcolm 1987
(equal authorship), A Behavioural Approach to Robot Task Planning and Off-Line Programming, Proceedings of International Advanced Robotics Programme, First Workshop on Manipulators, Sensors, and Steps towards Mobility, May 1987 Karlsruhe, KfK 4316, ISSN 0303-4003, ed Dr T Martin, Kernforschungzentrum Karlsruhe, Projecttragerschaft Fertingunstechnik, Postfach 3640, 7500 Karlsruhe 1, Federal Republic of Germany, pp 313-326, (DAI Research Paper 306).

conference, collaborative author

C Malcolm 1987
, Planning and Performing the Robotic Assembly of Soma Cube Constructions, MSc Dissertation (shared Xerox prize for best project), Edinburgh University, September 1987, 87 pages.

MSc dissertation

* Chris Malcolm and Tim Smithers 1988
(main author), Programming Assembly Robots in Terms of Task Achieving Behavioural Modules: First Experimental Results, Proc International Advanced Robotics Programme, Second Workshop on Manipulators, Sensors, and Steps towards Mobility, October 1988, Manchester, UK, pp15.1-15.16; also Edinburgh University DAI RP 410.

conference, collaborative author

* Tim Smithers and Chris Malcolm 1989
(equal authorship), Programming Robotic Assembly in Terms of Task Achieving Behavioural Modules, Journal of Structural Learning, vol 2 no 10, 1989, pp 137-156; also Edinburgh University DAI RP 417.

journal, collaborative author, invited

* Chris Malcolm and Tim Smithers 1990
(main author), Symbol Grounding via a Hybrid Architecture in an Autonomous Assembly System, in "New Architectures for Autonomous Agents" ed Pattie Maes, MIT Press and North Holland; and in June 90 issue of "Robotics and Autonomous Systems", Vol 6 nrs 1&2 (Special Issue -- Designing Autonomous Agents) Elsevier Scientific Press, Amsterdam, 30 pages; also available as Edinburgh University DAI RP 420.

journal, book chapter, main author

* Chris Malcolm, Tim Smithers,& John Hallam 1989
(main author), An emerging paradigm in robotics, invited paper the Second Intelligent Autonomous Systems Workshop in Amsterdam, December 13-15, 1989; also available as Edinburgh University DAI RP 447.

conference, main author, invited

L. Petropoulakis, C.A. Malcolm, and J.A.M. Howe 1990
, Programming Autonomous Assembly Agents: Functionality and Robustness, presented at 7th Internat Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Bristol, UK, 5-7th June 1990; DAI RP 468; and published in Mechatronic Systems Engineering 1:107-133, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990.

conference, supervisory author

Yangshen, Wang, and Malcolm, Chris 1993
, Recognition and Localization of a Cubically Modular Part with Laser-Stripe-Based Range Data, Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 10: (5) 333-338 OCT 1993, PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, OXFORD, 1993.

journal, supervisory author

* Deacon, Graham E; Low, Poh Lian; Malcolm, Chris 1993
, Orienting objects in a minimum number of robot sweeping motions, Edinburgh University, c1993 DAI research paper ; no.619

conference, supervisory/collaborative author

Deacon, Graham E., Malcolm, Chris 1994
, A robot system designed for task-level assembly, Edinburgh University, c1994 DAI research paper ; no.687

conference, supervisory author

* J.C.T. Hallam and C.A. Malcolm 1994
, Behaviour: perception, action, and intelligence -- the view from situated robotics, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A (1994) 349, 29-42, 1994.

journal, collaborative author

C.A. Malcolm 1995
, The SOMASS System: a Hybrid Symbolic and Behaviour-based System to Plan and Execute Assemblies by Robot, proc AISB conf. April 1995.

conference

Kim, Taehee Malcolm, Chris Hallam, John 1996
, Developing of vibration sensors as event signature sensors in assembly, Edinburgh University, 1996 DAI research paper ; no.831

conference, supervisory author

Graham E. Deacon, Mark Wright, Chris Malcolm 1997a
, Qualitative transitions in object reorienting behaviour, Part 1 : the effects of varying friction, DAI Research paper 863, ??? 1997.

conference, supervisory author

Graham E. Deacon, Mark Wright, Chris Malcolm 1997b
, Qualitative transitions in object reorienting behaviour, Part 2 : the effects of varying the centre of mass, DAI Research paper 864, ??? 1997.

conference, supervisory author

* C.A. Malcolm 1997
, A Hybrid Behavioural/Knowledge-Based Approach to Robotic Assembly, pp221-256, proc Evolutionary Robotics `97 conf, Tokyo, 1997.

conference, invited

Chris Malcolm 1998
, Geist in die Maschine Bringen, chapter in Einladung zum Denken: ein kleiner Streifzug durch die Analytische Philosophie, Borchers / Brill / Czaniera (Hrg.):Wien 1998.

book chapter, invited

Chalita Hiransoog and Chris Malcolm 1999
, Multi-Sensor/Knowledge Fusion Proc 1999 IEEE International Conference on Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems, Taipei, Taiwan, 15-18 August, 1999.

conference, supervisory author

Chris Malcolm 2000
, The Organism-Environment and Robot-Environment Theories, invited commentary on Mental Activity and Consciousness in the Framework of the Organism-Environment Theory, Timo Jarvilehto, in Karl Jaspers Forum, March 2000. <http://www.mcgill.ca/douglas/fdg/kjf/22-C20MA.htm> in <http://www.mcgill.ca/douglas/fdg/kjf/>

electronic journal, invited

Esther Dura and Chris Malcolm 2000
, Co-operating LEGO robots in the 1999 Five Universities "Volleyball" Competition at Sheffield, proc 8th International Symposium on Intelligent Robotic Systems, July 18-21 2000, The University of Reading, UK.

conference, supervisory author

Chalita Hiransoog and Chris Malcolm 2000
, Investigation of Manipulative Intelligence, proc IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 8 - 11 Oct. 2000, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

conference, supervisory author

Chris Malcolm 2000
, How smart is that?, ``First Person'' opinion article, New Scientist, 23/30 December 2000, pp73-4, (comment on Kevin Warwick's RI Xmas lecture series).

newspaper, invited





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