Publications

This is a selected list of publications by group members, relevant for the group topics. For the most up to date lists of publications, and to download pdf versions, please see the personal websites of individual members.

[1] Yingguang Chu, Lars Hatledal, Filippo Sanfilippo, Hans Schaathun, Vilmar
Æsøy, and Houxiang Zhang.
Virtual prototyping system for maritime crane design and operation
based on functional mock-up interface.
In OCEANS, May 2015.
Genova, Italy, 18–21 May.
[2] Hans Georg Schaathun.
Evaluation of splittable pseudo-random generators.
Journal of Functional Programming, May 2015.
Accepted for publication.

Pseudo-random number generation is a fundamental
problem in computer programming. In the case of
sequential processing the problem is very well
researched, but parallel processing raises new
problems whereof far too little is currently
understood. Splittable pseudo-random generators have
been proposed to meet the challenges of parallelism.
While applicable to any programming paradigm, they
are designed to be particularly suitable for pure
functional programming. In this paper we review and
evaluate known constructions of such generators, and
we identify flaws in several large classes of
generators, including Lehmer trees, the
implementation in Haskell’s standard library,
leapfrog, and subsequencing (substreaming).

[3] Brice Assimizele, Johannes O. Royset, Robin T. Bye, and Johan Oppen.
Preventing Environmental Disasters from Grounding Accidents: A Case
Study of Tugboat Positioning along the Norwegian Coast.
Journal paper soon to be submitted, 2015.
[4] Robin T. Bye and Hans G. Schaathun.
Evaluation heuristics for tug fleet optimisation algorithms: A
computational simulation study of a receding horizon genetic algorithm.
In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on
Operations Research and Enterprise Systems (ICORES’15)
, pages 270–282,
2015.
[5] Robin T. Bye, Adrian Rutle, Anne Stene, and Harald Yndestad.
Nautilus21: A generic, integrated, and scalable 3D ocean simulator
for scientific exploration and management of Norway’s coastal waters and
fjords.
In Fjordantologien 2015, pages 367–391. Fjordkonferansen,
2015.
[6] Robin T. Bye, Ottar L. Osen, and Birger Skogeng Pedersen.
A computer-automated design tool for intelligent virtual prototyping
of offshore cranes.
In Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Modelling and
Simulation (ECMS’15)
, 2015.
[7] Adrian Rutle, Hao Wang, Robin T. Bye, and Ottar L. Osen.
Scalable and user-friendly simulation.
In Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Modelling and
Simulation (ECMS’15)
, 2015.
[8] Robin T. Bye and Hans G. Schaathun.
A simulation study of evaluation heuristics for tug fleet
optimisation problems
.
Communications in Computer and Information Science.
Springer-Verlag: Berlin Heidelberg, 2015.
Accepted for publication.
[9] Peter D. Neilson, Megan D. Neilson, and Robin T. Bye.
A Riemannian Geometry Model of Human Movement: The Geodesic Synergy
Hypothesis.
Human Movement Science, 2015.
Under review.
[10] Robin T. Bye, Peter D. Neilson, and Megan D. Neilson.
The human operator favours decoupled control in aimed movement.
Human Movement Science, 2015.
Journal paper soon to be submitted.
[11] Robin T. Bye and Hans G. Schaathun.
An improved receding horizon genetic algorithm for the tug fleet
optimisation problem.
In Proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Modelling and
Simulation
, pages 682–690, 2014.
[12] Guoyuan Li, Houxiang Zhang, Jianwei Zhang, and Robin T. Bye.
Development of Adaptive Locomotion of a Caterpillar-like Robot Based
on a Sensory Feedback CPG Model.
Advanced Robotics, 28(6):389–401, 2014.
[13] Hans Georg Schaathun.
Parallell slump (Om å parallellisera genetiske algoritmar i
Haskell).
In Norsk Informatikkonferanse, 2014.
Open access at http://ojs.bibsys.no/index.php/NIK/index. ISSN
1892-0721.
[14] Brice Assimizele, Johan Oppen, and Robin T. Bye.
A sustainable model for optimal dynamic allocation of patrol tugs to
oil tankers.
In Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Modelling and
Simulation
, pages 801–807, 2013.
[15] Hans Georg Schaathun and Magne Aarset.
Operational planning in state machines.
Norsk informatikkonferanse (NIK), 2013.
[16] Filippo Sanfilippo, Lars Ivar Hatledal, Hans Georg Schaathun, Kristin Ytterstad
Pettersen, and Houxiang Zhang.
A universal control architecture for maritime cranes and robots using
genetic algorithms as a possible mapping approach.
In Proceeding of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics
and Biomimetics (ROBIO) Shenzhen, China, December 2013
, pages 322–327.
IEEE, 2013.
[17] Hans Georg Schaathun, Magne Aarset, Runar Ostnes, and Robert Rylander.
Hierarchical task analysis, situation-awareness and support software.
In Webjørn Rekdalsbakken, Robin T. Bye, and Houxiang Zhang, editors,
27th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation, pages 184+.
European Council for Modelling and Simulation, 2013.
[18] Girts Strazdins, Sashidharan Komandur, and Arne Styve.
Kinect-based systems for maritime operation simulators?
In Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Modelling and
Simulation
, pages 205–211, 2013.
[19] Saleh Alaliyat, Ottar L Osen, and Kristina Oie Kvile.
A sustainable model for optimal dynamic allocation of patrol tugs to
oil tankers.
In Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Modelling and
Simulation
, pages 46–52, 2013.
[20] Robin T. Bye.
A receding horizon genetic algorithm for dynamic resource
allocation: A case study on optimal positioning of tugs.
Series: Studies in Computational Intelligence, 399:131–147,
2012.
Springer-Verlag: Berlin Heidelberg.

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