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Accepted papers in December

Published Jan 28, 2022

The following papers from researchers at RPL has been accepted to various events this past month:

  • Sanne van Waveren, Chris Pek, Jana Tumova, and Iolanda Leite "Correct Me If I’m Wrong: Using Non-Experts to Repair Reinforcement Learning Policies" accepted at ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction 2022
  • Sarah Gillet, Maria Teresa Parreira, Marynel Vázquez, and Iolanda Leite "Learning Gaze Behaviors for Balancing Participationin Group Human-Robot Interactions" Accepted at ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction 2022
  • Maria Teresa Parreira, Sarah Gillet, Marynel Vázquez, and Iolanda Leite "Design Implications for Effective Robot Gaze Behaviors in Multiparty Interactions" Accepted as a Late-Breaking Report to ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction 2022
  • Ruibo Tu, Kun Zhang, Hedvig Kjellström, and Cheng Zhang "Optimal transport for causal discovery" Accepted to International Conference on Learning Representations 2022
  • Olga Mikheeva, Ieva Kazlauskaite, Adam Hartshorne, Hedvig Kjellström, Carl-Henrik Ek, and Neill DF Campbell "Aligned multi-task Gaussian process" Accepted to International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics 2022
  • Taras Kucherenko, Rajmund Nagy, Michael Neff, Hedvig Kjellström, and Gustav Eje Henter "Multimodal analysis of the predictability of hand-gesture properties" Accepted to International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 2022
  • Matteo Gamba, Adrian Chmielewski-Anders, Josephine Sullivan, Hossein Azizpour, and Mårten Björkman "Are All Linear Regions Created Equal?" Accepted to AISTATS’22
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Last changed: Jan 28, 2022