Several papers have been accepted recently for publication.
The first paper was accepted for presentation at the International Joint Conference on Rules and Reasoning (RuleML+RR 2021). The paper entitled ‘RoboCIM: Towards a Domain Model for Industrial Robot System Configurators despite Tribal Knowledge‘ has been written together with Daniella Tola, Cláudio Gomes, Carl Schultz, Christian Schlette, and Casper Hansen. We propose a domain model to automatically identify possible configurations among a set of robotic parts and components. This will lower the requirement for manually defining possible combinations of parts.
The second paper was accepted for presentation at the International Conference on System Reliability and Safety. The paper entitled ‘Fault Injecting Co-simulations for Safety‘ authored together with Mirgita Frasheri, Casper Thule, Hugo Daniel Macedo, Kenneth Lausdahl, and Peter Gorm Larsen proposes an approach to inject faults into running co-simulation. This will facilitate testing of systems under potential faults in co-simulation environments and enhance the safety in future systems.
Two papers have been accepted for presentation at the Workshop on Self-Improving System Integration (SISSY) part of the International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS). The paper entitled ‘Digital twins for collaboration and self-integration‘ has been co-authored together with Cláudio Gome, Mirgita Frasheri, Henrik Ejersbo, Sven Tomforde (University of Kiel, Germany) and Peter Gorm Larsen. The second paper entitled ‘Verification and Uncertainties in Self-integrating System‘ was co-authored together with Barry Porter (University of Lancaster, UK) and Jim Woodcock (University of York, UK).
The last paper was accepted for presentation at the Workshop on Self-organized Construction (SOCO) also part of the International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS). The paper entitled ‘Towards a Holistic, Self-organised SafetyFramework for Construction‘ written together with Christos Chronopoulos, Karsten Winther Johansen, Jochen Teizer, and Carl Schultz. The paper proposes a safety framework for collaborative and self-organized construction utilising prediction mechanisms to identify hazardous zones on the construction site.