A. Martinoli, F. Mondada, N. Correll, G. Mermoud, M. Egerstedt, M. A. Hsieh, L. E. Parker, K. Stoy (Editors), Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems, Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, Vol. 83, 2013.
L. E. Parker, Decision Making as Optimization in Multi-Robot Teams, in
Vol. 7154, Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, R. Ramanujam and S.
Ramaswamy (Eds.), pgs. 35-49, Proceedings of 8th International Conference
on Distributed Computing and Internet Technology (ICDCIT 2012), 2012.
Y. Li, S. Lenaghan, J. Burris, C. Neal Stewart, L. E. Parker, and M. Zhang, "Detecting the
Environmental Impact of Nanoparticles Using Plant-Based Biosensors", IEEE International
Conference on Nanotechnology, 2011.
R. Edwards, L. E. Parker, and D. R. Resseguie, Robopedia: Leveraging
Sensorpedia for Web-Enabled Robot Control, Proceedings of
7th International Workshop on
Managing Ubiquitous Communications and Services, part of IEEE International
Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, published in
Multicon Lecture Notes series, March, 2010.
L. E. Parker, "Multiple Mobile Robot Systems",
in Springer Handbook of Robotics,
B. Siciliano and O. Khatib, editors, 2008. [Book was winner of 2008 AAP PROSE Award for Excellence in Physical Sciences
and Mathematics, and Award for Engineering and Technology.]
L. Canamero, Z. Dodds, L. Greenwald, J. Gunderson, A. Howard,
E. Hudlicka, C. Martin, L. E. Parker, T. Oates, T. Payne, Y. Qu, C. Schlenoff,
J. G. Shanahan, S. Tejada, J. Weinberg, and J. Weibe, "The 2004 AAAI Spring
Symposium Series", AI Magazine, vol. 25, no. 4, 2004: 95-100.
L. E. Parker, Interview, with Lynne E. Parker, International
Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, vol. 1 (2), 2004: 57-60.
Lynne E. Parker, Generating Self-Reliant Teams of Autonomous
Cooperating Robots: Desired Design Characteristics, Working Notes
of Autonomous Agents (Agents '99) Autonomy Control Software Workshop,
Lynne E. Parker, ``Distributed Multi-Robot Sensing and Tracking:
A Behavior-Based Approach,''
SPIE International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Advanced Manufacturing,
Conference on Sensor Fusion and Networked Robotics VIII, October 1995,
Lynne E. Parker, Heterogeneous Multi-Robot Cooperation, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology Ph.D. Dissertation, January 1994. Available
as MIT Artificial
Intelligence Laboratory Technical Report 1465, February 1994.
Lynne E. Parker,
Fault Tolerant Multi-Robot Cooperation, MIT Artificial
Intelligence Laboratory Video AIV-9, December 1994.
Lynne E. Parker, Learning in Cooperative Robot Teams, Working
Notes of International
Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Workshop on Dynamically
Interacting Robots, August 1993: 12-23.
F. G. Pin, Lynne E. Parker, and F. W. DePiero, On the Design and Development of
a Human-Robot Synergistic System, Robotics and Autonomous Systems,
10 (2-3), 1992: 161-184.
Lynne E. Parker, Adaptive Action Selection for Cooperative Agent Teams,
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on
Simulation of Adaptive Behavior, MIT Press, 1992: 442-450.
Lynne E. Parker, A Performance-Based Architecture for Heterogeneous,
Situated Agent Cooperation, Working Notes of AAAI Workshop on Cooperation Among
Heterogeneous Intelligent Systems, July 1992: 96-105.
Lynne E. Parker, Local versus Global Control Laws for
Cooperative Agent Teams, MIT A.I. Memo 1357, March 1992.
F. G. Pin, P. F. R. Belmans, S. I. Hruska, C. W. Steidley, and Lynne E. Parker,
Robot Learning from Distributed Sensory Sources, IEEE
Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 21 (5), September 1991:
Lynne E. Parker, Job Planning and Execution Monitoring for a Human-Robot
ORNL/TM-11308, CESAR-89/34, November 1989.
Lynne E. Parker and C. R. Weisbin, eds., 1988 Workshop on Human-Machine Symbiotic
Systems Proceedings, (December 5-6, 1988) ORAU 89/C-140, CESAR-89/19.
Lynne E. Parker and F. G. Pin, Man-Robot Symbiosis: A Framework for
Cooperative Intelligence and Control, Proceedings of SPIE
Cambridge Symposium: Advances in Intelligent Robot Systems, November
Lynne E. Parker, A Robot Navigation Algorithm for Moving Obstacles,
University of Tennessee Master's Thesis, June 1988.
Lynne E. Parker and F. G. Pin, A Methodology for Dynamic Task Allocation
in a Man-Machine System, Methodologies for Intelligent Systems,
Eds. Zbigniew W. Ras and Maria Zemankova, New York: North-Holland
Lynne E. Parker and F. G. Pin, Architecture for Dynamic Task Allocation in
a Man-Robot Symbiotic System, Proceedings of SPIE Cambridge
Symposium: Advances in Intelligent Robot Systems, November 1987:
Lynne E. Parker and F. G. Pin, A Methodology for Dynamic Task Allocation in
a Man-Machine System, Proceedings of Goddard Conference on Space
Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, May 1987.
Lynne E. Parker and F. G. Pin, Dynamic Task Allocation for a Man-Machine
Symbiotic System, ORNL/TM-10397, CESAR-87/08, June 1987.