Transregional Collaborative Research Centre Transregio 62

The SFB/Transregio 62 "Companion-Technology for Cognitive Technical Systems" is concerned with the systematic research of cognitive capabilities and their realization in technical systems.

The enterprise has the vision of future technical systems being companion systems - technical systems, which completely adjust their functionality to the individual user: They orientate themselves on the user's capabilities, preferences, demands, and current needs and they adapt to the current situation and his current emotional state. In the centre of the research are individuality, adaptiveness, availability, cooperativeness, and reliability.

  • The sub project A1 works on planning and reasoning capabilities of companion systems.
  • The sub project A2 works on a knowledge architecture for companion systems in particular addressing the representation of uncertain knowledge.
  • The sub project Z3 develops an architecture concept as well as an experiment platform for creating and evaluating companion systems.

The project is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Publications of the SFB TRR-62

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Glodek, Michael; Honold, Frank; Geier, Thomas; Krell, Gerald; Nothdurft, Florian; Reuter, Stephan; Schüssel, Felix; Hörnle, Thilo; Dietmayer, Klaus; Minker, Wolfgang; Biundo, Susanne; Weber, Michael; Palm, Günther; Schwenker, Friedhelm
Fusion paradigms in cognitive technical systems for human–computer interaction
Neurocomputing, 161(0):17 - 37
2015
ISSN: 0925-2312
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Geier, Thomas; Reuter, Stephan; Dietmayer, Klaus; Biundo, Susanne
Goal-Based Person Tracking Using a First-Order Probabilistic Model
Proceedings of the Ninth UAI Bayesian Modeling Applications Workshop (UAI-AW 2012)
August 2012
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Students' Theses of the SFB TRR-62

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Englert, Matthias
The Utility of SAT-Solving for Heuristics in POCL Planning
Bachelor Thesis
Ulm University,
2016
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Pragst, Louisa
Effiziente Behandlung von Dekompositionsaxiomen in PANDA2
Projektbericht
Universität Ulm,
2015
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Stark, Manuel
Invariantensynthese für Planung in Unsicherheit
Bachelor Thesis
Ulm University,
2015
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Vigerl, Michael
Exakte Inferenz für online POMDP Planung
Bachelor Thesis
Ulm University,
2015
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Rau, Matthias
Formale Spezifikation und Prototypische Implementierung einer Dynamischen Architektur für Companion-Systeme
Master Thesis
Ulm University,
2015
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Keen, Shawn
Exploiting Task Decomposition Graphs for Hierarchical Planning
Diploma Thesis
Ulm University,
2014
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Schneider, Tim
Entwicklung nutzerunabhängiger Strategien zur Auswahl, Vereinfachung und Zusammenfassung von formalen Planerklärungen
Bachelor Thesis
Ulm University,
2014
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Schmidke, Tobias
Interaktive Handlungsplanung
Master Thesis
Ulm University,
2014
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Hurst, Ingolf
Implementierung und Evaluierung von Suchstrategien für Hybrides Planen
Bachelor Thesis
Ulm University,
2013
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Heeg, Philipp
Partielle Planentwicklung bei Hierarchischen POMDPs
Bachelor Thesis
Ulm University,
2013
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