Dr Timothy Wiley

PhD, BSc (Computer Science)
Research Associate
Creative Robotics Lab | Art & Design | UNSW Sydney
School of Computer Science and Engineering | Faculty of Engineering | UNSW Sydney
National Facility for Human Robot Interaction Research | UNSW Sydney

Publications

All of Timothy's publications, sorted by category.

Journal Articles

  1. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., Hengst, B., & Bratko, I. (2016). A Planning and Learning Hierarchy using Qualitative Reasoning for the On-Line Acquisition of Robotic Behaviors. Advances in Cognitive Systems. 4, pp. 93-112
  2. Milstein, A., McGill, M., Wiley, T., Salleh, R., & Sammut, C. (2011). A Method for Fast Encoder-Free Mapping in Unstructured Environments. Journal of Fields Robotics: Special Issue on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics. 28(6), pp. 817-831.

Conferences and Workshops

  1. Wiley, T. (2018). Influences on the morphology and behaviour of social robots operating in the workplace. (Contibuted Talk). 3rd Joint UAE Sympsoium on Social Robotics. UAE.
  2. Wiley, T., Bratko, I., & Sammut, C. (2017). A Machine Learning System for Controlling a Rescue Robot. RoboCup Symposium. Nagoya, Japan, pp. 1-12.
  3. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., Hengst, B., & Bratko, I. (2015). A Multi-Strategy Architecture for On-Line Learning of Robotic Behaviours using Qualitative Reasoning. Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems. Atlanta, USA, pp. 1-16.
  4. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., & Bratko, I. (2014). Qualitative Simulation with Answer Set Programming. Proceedings of the 21st European Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 915-920.
  5. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., & Bratko, I. (2014). Qualitative Planning with Quantitative Constraints for Online Learning of Robotic Behaviours. Proceedings of the 28th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Quebec City, Canada, pp. 2578-2584.
  6. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., & Bratko, I. (2013). Planning with Qualitative Models for Robotic Domains. Poster Collection in the Second Annual Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems. Baltimore, USA, pp. 251-266.
  7. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., & Bratko, I. (2013). Using Planning with Qualitative Simulation for Multistrategy Learning of Robotic Behaviours. Proceedings of the 27th International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning. Bremen, Germany, pp. 24-31.
  8. Wiley, T. (2013). Multi-Strategy Learning of Robotic Behaviours via Qualitative Reasoning. Proceedings of the AAAI-SIGART Doctoral Consortium in the 27th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Seattle, USA, pp. 1682-1683.
  9. Wiley, T., McGill, M., Milstein, A., Salleh, R., & Sammut, C. (2012). Spatial Correlation of Multi-Sensor Features for Autonomous Victim Identification. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. RoboCup 2011: Robot Soccer World Cup XV. ed. by T. Röfer, N. M. Mayer, J. Savage, & U. Saranli. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 538-549.
  10. McGill, M., Salleh, R., Wiley, T., Ratter, A., Farid, R., & Sammut, C. (2012). Virtual Reconstruction Using an Autonomous Robot. Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation. Sydney Australia, pp. 1-8.
  11. Milstein, A., McGill, M., Wiley, T., Salleh, R., & Sammut, C. (2011). Occupancy Voxel Metric Based Iterative Closest Point for Position Tracking in 3D Environments. Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. pp. 4048-4053.

Tech Reports

  1. Wiley, T., Sammut, C., & Bratko, I. (2014). Qualitative Simulation with Answer Set Programming. The School of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales. Technical Report. (UNSW-CSE-TR-201415).

PhD Thesis

Available on UNSW Works

Wiley, T. (2017). A Planning and Learning Hierarchy for the Online Acquisition of Robot Behaviours, School of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Supervisors: Dr. Claude Sammut, Dr. Bernhard Hengst


Honours Thesis

Wiley, T. (2010). Autonomous Victim Identification, The University of New South Wales.
Supervisor: Dr. Claude Sammut, Assessor: Dr. Bernhard Hengst