Publications

Journal Articles

Evolving Visual Sonar: Depth From Monocular Images, Martin, M.C., Pattern Recognition Letters, 27 (2006)

Refereed Conference Papers

Thin Slices of Negotiation, Curhan, J.; Pentland, A.; Caneel, R.; Eagle, N.; and Martin, M. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug 5-10, 2005.

Meta Optimization: Improving Compiler Heuristics with Machine Learning, Stephenson, M.; O’Reilly, U.-M.; Martin, M.C. and Amarasinghe, S., Proceedings of the SIGPLAN ’03 Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation, San Diego, California, June, 2003.

Genetic Programming Applied to Compiler Heuristic Optimization, Stephenson, M; O’Reilly, U.-M.; Martin, M.C.; and Amarasinghe, S., Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Genetic Programming, Essex, UK, April, 2003.

Genetic Programming for Real World Robot Vision, Martin, M.C., Proceedings IROS ‘02, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. Lausanne, Switzerland, 2002, pp. 67-72.

Genetic Programming for Robot Vision, Martin, M.C., From Animals to Animats 7: The Seventh International Conference on the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, August 4-9, 2002, pp. 256-265.

Visual Obstacle Avoidance using Genetic Programming: First Results, Martin, M. C., Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, July 7-11, 2001, pp. 1107-1113.

Distributed Sensor Fusion for Object Position Estimation by Multi-Robot Systems, Stroupe, A., Martin, M.C., and Balch, T., Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, May 2001. Vol. 2, pp. 1092-1098.

Breaking Out of the Black Box: a new approach to robot perception, Martin, M. C., Mobile Robots XIII, Boston, MA, November 1998, pp. 126-137.

Book Chapters

Genetic Programming in C++: Implementation Issues, Keith, M. J. and Martin, M. C., in Advances in Genetic Programming, Kinnear, K. E. Jr. (ed.), Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. 1994, pp. 285-310.

Refereed Workshop and Symposium Papers

Visual Feature Detection using Genetic Programming, Marek, A.J., Smart, W.D., and Martin, M.C. IEEE Workshop on Learning in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. Madison, Wisconsin, June 22, 2003.

Esc Online: A Venue for Believable Agents, Martin, M.C. 2001 AAAI Symposium on AI in Interactive Entertainment, Palo Alto, CA, March 2001. pp. 64-66.

Merging Gaussian Distributions for Object Localization in Multi-Robot Systems, Stroupe, A.; Martin, M.C. and Balch, T. Proc. of the ISER ’00 Seventh International Symposium on Experimental Robotics, December, 2000.

Earth-Moon Communication from a Moving Lunar Rover, Bapna, D., Martin, M. C. & Whittaker, W. In Proc. of the 42nd International Instrumentation Symposium, San Diego, CA, May1996, pp. 613-622.

Technical Reports and Other Publications

A Negotiation Advisor, Pentland, A., Curhan, J., Khilnani, R., Martin, M., Eagle, N., Caneel, R., and Madan, A. Poster at Seventheenth Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 24-27, 2004. Also Media Laboratory Vision And Modeling Technical Report 577, MIT.

The Essential Dynamics Algorithm: Fast Policy Search in Continuous Worlds, Martin, M.C. Media Laboratory Vision And Modeling Technical Report 582, MIT. June 2004.

Controlling Cardea: Fast Policy Search in High Dimensional Space, Martin, M.C. Media Laboratory Vision and Modeling Technical Report 583, MIT. June 2004.

The Essential Dynamics Algorithm: Essential Results, Martin, M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Artificial Intelligence Lab Memo AIM-2003-014. May 2003.

Meta Optimization: Improving Compiler Heuristics with Machine Learning, Stephenson, M.; Amarasinghe, S.; Martin, M. and O’Reily, U.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tech Memo MIT-TM-634. Nov. 2002.

The Simulated Evolution of Robot Perception, Martin, M.C., Ph.D. Dissertation and Carnegie Mellon University Technical Report CMU-RI-TR-01-32. 2001, 159 pages.

Merging Probabilistic Observation for Mobile Distributed Sensing, Stroupe, A. W., Martin, M. C. and Balch, T., Carnegie Mellon University Tech Report CMU-RI-TR-00-30. 2000, 21 pages.

Breaking Out of the Black Box: A New Approach to Robot Perception, Martin, M. C., Thesis Proposal, January 1998, 26 pages.

Novice Operation of a Desert Rover through a Telephone/Television Hybrid Interface, The Centre for Metahuman Exploration, 1997.

Robot Evidence Grids, Martin, M. C. & Moravec, H. P., Carnegie Mellon University Tech Report CMU-RI-TR-96-06, 1996, 48 pages.

Design of a Day/Night Lunar Rover, Berkelman, P, Chen, M., Easudes, J., Hancock, J., Martin, M. C., Mor, A. B., Rollins, E., Sharf, A., Silberman, J., Warren, T., Bapna D., Carnegie Mellon University Tech Report CMU-RI-TR-95-24, June 1995, 136 pages.

Invited Presentations

eVolution: The Art of Living Systems. Invited pannelist for panel discussion at Art Interactive. March 25, 2004.

Esc: A Virtual Nightclub, Martin, M.C. Invited talk at Collision Collusion, organized by the Collision Collective and MIT’s Arts and Technology At Tech. January 2002.

The Simulated Evolution of Robot Perception. Invited Talk, Department of Computer Science, Washington University at St. Louis. October 2001.

The Simulated Evolution of Visual Obstacle Avoidance. Department of Computer Science, Northwestern University, March 15, 2001; Department of Computer Science, York University, March 7, 2001; Department of Computer Science, University of Western Ontario, March 5, 2001; School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, March 1, 2001.

Does Technology Impede Communication?, invited mediator for panel discussion, part of the Symposium on Explorations in Communication. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, May 7, 1998.

Presentations

But What About The Structure? The Structural MDL Framework, Martin, M. Machine Learning And Friends Lunch, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. March 9, 2005.

Just One More Game…, Martin, M. See Game Design for more info. Guest lecture for The Computer Science of Multiplayer Games, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, March 9, 2005. Also presented at the WPI Interactive Media & Game Development Colloquium, March 23, 2006. Also presented at Boston PostMortem on June 13, 2006.

Graphical Models: An Introduction, Martin, M. Icosystem Corporation, October 2004.

Presentation of Meta Optimization, Stephenson, M.; O’Reilly, U.M.; Martin, M.; and Amarasinghe, S. Presented at the Boston Area Architecture Workshop. January 30, 2003.

Taking Vague Boundaries Seriously, Martin, M.C. Indie A.I. Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, October 2002.

Learning Visual Feature Detectors for Obstacle Avoidance using Genetic Programming, Marek, A.J., Smart, W.D., and Martin, M.C. Presented in the Late Breaking Papers track of GECCO-2002, New York, NY, July 2002. p. 330-336.

Breaking Out of the Black Box, Martin, M.C. Dangerous Ideas Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, October 31, 2001.

Using Household Appliances to Control Humans, Robots, and Cyborgs, with the Centre for Metahuman Exploration, presented at the Human Computer and Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 19, 1997.

Robot Evidence Grids, Martin, M.C. Robotics Institute Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, March 15, 1996.

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