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The SMADS project draws on relevant research in robotics, engineering, and urban planning in order to further advance research in these disciplines. Below are listed relevant publications which have contributed to work on the SMADS project.

2020Sadegh Rabiee, Joydeep BiswasIV-SLAM: Introspective Vision for Simultaneous Localization and Mapping. arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.02760, -, pp. -.PDF
2020Shunhua Bai, Junfeng JiaoFrom Shared Micro-Mobility to Shared Responsibility: Using Crowdsourcing to Understand Dockless Vehicle Violations in Austin, Texas. Journal of Urban Affairs.PDF
2020Shunhua Bai, Junfeng JiaoDockless E-scooter Usage Patterns and Urban Built Environments: A Comparison Study of Austin, TX, and Minneapolis, MN. Travel Behavior and Society. 20, 264-272.PDF
2020Junfeng Jiao, Fangru WangShared Mobility and Transit-dependent Population: A New Equity Opportunity or Issue? International Journal of Sustainable Transportation.PDF
2020Junfeng Jiao, Shunhua BaiUnderstanding the Shared E-scooter Travels in Austin, TX. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 9(2), 135PDF
2019Minkyu Kim, Luis SentisActive Object Tracking using Context Estimation: Handling Occlusions and Detecting Missing TargetsPDF
2019Sadegh Rabiee, Joydeep BiswasIVOA: Introspective Vision for Obstacle Avoidance. In Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), IEEE/RSJ International Conference on, pp. 1230–1235.PDF
2019Sadegh Rabiee, Joydeep BiswasA Friction-Based Kinematic Model for Skid-Steer Wheeled Mobile Robots. In Robotics and Automation (ICRA), IEEE International Conference on, pp. 8563-8569.PDF
2017Sourish Ghosh, Joydeep BiswasJoint Perception And Planning For Efficient Obstacle Avoidance Using Stereo Vision. In Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), IEEE/RSJ International Conference on, pp. 1026–1031.PDF
2017Joydeep Biswas, Manuela M. VelosoEpisodic non-Markov localization. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 87, pp. 162 - 176.PDF
2016Joydeep Biswas, Manuela VelosoThe 1,000-km Challenge: Insights and Quantitative and Qualitative Results. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 31(3), pp. 86–96.PDF