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u@@tF  Prof. Gamini Dissanayake (University of Technology, Sydney)  
u`ฺ่F  On Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping  
T@@vF  Robot navigation in unknown environments, particularly when an external location reference such as a global positioning system (GPS) is not available, requires the robot to be able to build a map of the environment in realtime and simultaneously estimate its own location within the map. Robust solutions to the "Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM)" problem, therefore, underpin successful robot deployment in many application domains such as urban search and rescue, underground mining, underwater surveillance and planetary exploration. This talk will chronicle the presenter's journey, over the past fifteen years, in looking for solutions to SLAM through extended Kalman filters, information filters, nonlinear optimisers, graph theory and most recently linear leastsquares. The talk will also present an overview of the activities of the UTS: Centre for Autonomous Systems that currently consists of 55 staff and students working in various aspects of robotics.  
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