Dr Myra Scott Wilson BSc (Aberdeen), PhD (Edinburgh)

Dr Myra Scott Wilson

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Comparing approaches for coordination of autonomous communications UAVsGiagkos, A., Wilson, M., Tuci, E. & Charlesworth, P. B. 2016 9 p.
Advancing Evolutionary Coordination for Fixed-Wing Communications UAVsGiagkos, A., Tuci, E. & Wilson, M. 2015 Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems: Proceedings 16th Annual Conference, TAROS 2015, Liverpool, UK, September 8-10, 2015. Dixon, C. & Tuyls, K. (eds.). Liverpool, UK: Springer Nature, Vol. 9287, p. 124-13512 p. (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI))
Autonomous coordinated flying for groups of communications UAVsGiagkos, A., Tuci, E., Wilson, M. & Charlesworth, P. B. 2015 p. 59-602 p.
Honeybee-Inspired Quality Monitoring of Routing Paths in Mobile Ad Hoc NetworksGiagkos, A. & Wilson, M. S. 2014 From Animals to Animats 13: : The 13th International Conference on the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB2014). del Pobil, A. P., Chinellato, E. & Martinex-Martin, E. (eds.). Spain: Springer Nature, p. 300-30910 p. (LNAI; no. 8575)
BeeIP - A Swarm Intelligence Based Routing for Wireless Ad Hoc NetworksGiagkos, A. & Wilson, M. S. 2014 In : Information Sciences.265, p. 23-3513 p.
Evolutionary coordination system for fixed-wing communications unmanned aerial vehiclesGiagkos, A., Wilson, M. S., Tuci, E. & Charlesworth, P. B. 2014 15th Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS 2014). Mistry, M., Leonardis, A., Witkowski, M. & Melhuish, C. (eds.). Springer Nature, p. 48-5710 p. (LNCS; no. 8717)
Swarm intelligence to wireless ad hoc networks: adaptive honeybee foraging during communication sessionsGiagkos, A. & Wilson, M. S. 2013 In : Adaptive Behavior.21, 6, p. 501-515
Vector-valued function estimation by grammatical evolution for autonomous robot controlBurbidge, R. D. & Wilson, M. S. 2013 In : Information Sciences.n/a, n/a, p. n/a n/a
Endocrine Control for Task Distribution among Heterogeneous RobotsWalker, J. H. & Wilson, M. S. 2012 Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems: The 10th International Symposium. Martinoli, A., Mondada, F., Correll, N., Mermoud, G., Egerstedt, M., Hsieh, M. A., Parker, L. E. & Støy, K. (eds.). Springer Nature, Vol. 83, p. 459-472 Chapter 33. (Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems; vol. 83)
Task Allocation for robots using inspiration from hormonesWalker, J. H. & Wilson, M. S. 2011 In : Adaptive Behavior.19, 3, p. 208-22417 p.
BeeIP: Bee-Inspired Protocol for Routing in Mobile Ad-Hoc NetworksWilson, M. S. & Giagkos, A. 2010 p. 263-27210 p.
Grammatical evolution of a robot controllerBurbidge, R., Walker, J. H. & Wilson, M. S. 2009 p. 357-362
A Cross-layer Design for Bee-Inspired Routing Protocols in MANETsGiagkos, A. & Wilson, M. S. 2009 p. 25-328 p.
Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems - Mobile Robotics in the UKWilson, M., Labrosse, F., Nehmzow, U., Melhuish, C. & Witkowski, M. 2008 In : Robotics and Autonomous Systems.56, 12, p. 1015
A performance sensitive hormone-inspired system for task distribution amongst evolving robotsWalker, J. & Wilson, M. 2008 p. 1293-1298
The balance between initial training and lifelong adaptation in evolving robot controllersWalker, J. H., Garrett, S. M. & Wilson, M. S. 2006 In : IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B (Cybernetics).36, 2, p. 423-43210 p.
Evolving Controllers for Real Robots: A Survey of the LiteratureWalker, J. H., Garrett, S. M. & Wilson, M. S. 2003 In : Adaptive Behavior.11, 3, p. 179-203
Flocking in Simulation and Robots - A ReviewPattison, T. & Wilson, M. 2003 p. 90-9910 p.
Lifelong Evolution for Adaptive RobotsWalker, J. & Wilson, M. 2002 p. 984-
How Useful is Lifelong Evolution for RoboticsWalker, J. H. & Wilson, M. S. 2002 From animals to animats 7: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior. Hallam, B., Floreano, D., Meyer, J. & Hayes, G. (eds.). 1 ed.MIT Press, p. 347-3482 p.
Diminishing Returns of Engineering Effort in Telerobotic SystemsNeal, M. & Wilson, M. 2001 In : IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics - Part A: Systems and Humans.31, 5, p. 459-4657 p.
Evolving mobile robot behaviours in simulation -- a comparisonWilson, M. S. & Walker, J. H. 2001 Proceedings of the 3rd annual British conference on autonomous mobile robotics and autonomous systems (TIMR'01).
Telerobotic Sheepdogs: how useful is autonomous behaviour?Wilson, M. & Neal, M. 2000 p. 125-13410 p.
Combining Functional and Structural Reasoning for Safety Analysis of Electrical DesignsPrice, C., Pugh, D., Snooke, N., Hunt, J. & Wilson, M. 1997 In : Knowledge Engineering Review.12, 3, p. 271-28717 p.