Daniel A Duecker
Daniel A Duecker
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Embedded spherical localization for micro underwater vehicles based on attenuation of electro-magnetic carrier signals
DA Duecker, AR Geist, M Hengeler, E Kreuzer, MA Pick, V Rausch, ...
Sensors 17 (5), 959, 2017
132017
Micro Underwater Vehicle Hydrobatics: A Submerged Furuta Pendulum
DA Duecker, A Hackbarth, T Johannink, E Kreuzer, E Solowjow
2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 7498-7503, 2018
92018
Learning Environmental Field Exploration with Computationally Constrained Underwater Robots: Gaussian Processes Meet Stochastic Optimal Control
DA Duecker, AR Geist, E Kreuzer, E Solowjow
Sensors 19 (9), 2094, 2019
82019
Low-cost monocular localization with active markers for micro autonomous underwater vehicles
AD Buchan, E Solowjow, DA Duecker, E Kreuzer
2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2017
62017
An Integrated Approach to Navigation and Control in Micro Underwater Robotics using Radio-Frequency Localization
DA Duecker, T Johannink, E Kreuzer, V Rausch, E Solowjow
2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 6846-6852, 2019
52019
Towards Micro Robot Hydrobatics: Vision-based Guidance, Navigation, and Control for Agile Underwater Vehicles in Confined Environments
DA Duecker, N Bauschmann, T Hansen, E Kreuzer, R Seifried
Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots …, 2020
42020
Reinforcement learning of depth stabilization with a micro diving agent
G Brinkmann, WM Bessa, DA Duecker, E Kreuzer, E Solowjow
2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 6197-6203, 2018
42018
A Biologically Inspired Framework for the Intelligent Control of Mechatronic Systems and Its Application to a Micro Diving Agent
WM Bessa, G Brinkmann, DA Duecker, E Kreuzer, E Solowjow
Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2018, 2018
42018
HippoCampusX–A hydrobatic open-source micro AUV for confined environments
DA Duecker, N Bauschmann, T Hansen, E Kreuzer, R Seifried
2020 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Symposium (AUV)(50043), 1-6, 2020
32020
Micro AUV Localization for Agile Navigation with Low-cost Acoustic Modems
DA Duecker, F Steinmetz, E Kreuzer, C Renner
2020 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Symposium (AUV)(50043), 1-7, 2020
22020
Towards an Open-Source Micro Robot Oceanarium: A Low-Cost, Modular, and Mobile Underwater Motion-Capture System
DA Duecker, K Eusemann, E Kreuzer
2019 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2019
22019
Parameter Identification for Micro Underwater Vehicles
DA Duecker, E Kreuzer, G Maerker, E Solowjow
PAMM 18 (1), e201800350, 2018
22018
Towards Reinforcement Learning-based Control of an Energy Harvesting Pendulum
C Cyr, L Dostal, DA Duecker, E Kreuzer
2019 18th European Control Conference (ECC), 3934-3939, 2019
12019
Teaching Vision‐based Control for Autonomous Driving with Lego Mindstorms EV3, Raspberry Pi and Simulink
S Otto, A Schmitt, D Dücker, R Seifried
PAMM 18 (1), e201800008, 2018
12018
Nonlinear System Identification of a Furuta Pendulum Using Machine Learning Techniques
T Rückwald, S Drücker, DA Dücker, R Seifried
PAMM 20 (1), e202000036, 2021
2021
Experimental Study on Reinforcement Learning-based Control of an Acrobot
L Dostal, A Bespalko, DA Duecker
arXiv preprint arXiv:2011.09246, 2020
2020
RGB-D Camera-based Navigation for Autonomous Underwater Inspection using Low-cost Micro AUVs
DA Duecker, T Hansen, E Kreuzer
2020 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Symposium (AUV)(50043), 1-7, 2020
2020
Predictability of Vibration Loads From Experimental Data by Means of Reduced Vehicle Models and Machine Learning
L Dostal, H Grossert, DA Duecker, M Grube, DC Kreuter, K Sandmann, ...
IEEE Access 8, 177180-177194, 2020
2020
Localisation of Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) in Complex and Confined Environments: A Review
S Watson, DA Duecker, K Groves
Sensors 20 (21), 6203, 2020
2020
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