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RESEARCH STATEMENT

I am a computer scientist with research specialization in artificial intelligence. My long-term research goal is to create complete, robust, autonomous agents that can learn to interact with other intelligent agents in a wide range of complex, dynamic environments. These agents must sense their environment; engage in high-level cognitive decision-making; and then execute their actions in the environment. Moreover, to be effective, they should improve their performance automatically over time and reason explicitly about the behaviors of other agents, including teammates and adversaries. Thus, my research contributions are mainly in the areas of machine learning, autonomous agents and multiagent systems, robotics, and e-commerce. Application domains have included robot soccer, autonomous bidding agents, intelligent traffic management, social agents, and autonomous vehicles.




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All listed publications are available and cross-listed by type, date, topic, and co-author at
http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/pstone/papers.html

Books

1
Xiaoping Chen, Peter Stone, Luis Enrique Sucar, and Tijn van der Zant, editors.
RoboCup-2012: Robot Soccer World Cup XVI, volume 7500 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence.
Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2013.

2
Kagan Tumer, Pinar Yolum, Liz Sonenberg, and Peter Stone, editors.
Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems.
International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (IFAAMAS), May 2011.

3
Michael P. Wellman, Amy Greenwald, and Peter Stone.
Autonomous Bidding Agents: Strategies and Lessons from the Trading Agent Competition.
MIT Press, 2007. (monograph)

4
Peter Stone.
Intelligent Autonomous Robotics: A Robot Soccer Case Study.
Synthesis Lectures on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Morgan & Claypool Publishers, 2007. (monograph)

5
Peter Stone and Gerhard Weiss, editors.
Proceedings of the Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), May 2006.

6
Peter Stone, Tucker Balch, and Gerhard Kraetzschmar, editors.
RoboCup-2000: Robot Soccer World Cup IV.
volume 2019 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2001.

7
Peter Stone.
Layered Learning in Multiagent Systems: A Winning Approach to Robotic Soccer.
MIT Press, 2000. (monograph)

Journal Articles

1
Peter Stone, Gal A. Kaminka, Sarit Kraus, Jeffrey R. Rosenschein, and Noa Agmon.
Teaching and leading an ad hoc teammate: Collaboration without pre-coordination.
Artificial Intelligence, 203:35-65, October 2013.

2
Doran Chakraborty and Peter Stone.
Multiagent learning in the presence of memory-bounded agents.
Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (JAAMAS), 2013.

3
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
TEXPLORE: Real-time sample-efficient reinforcement learning for robots.
Machine Learning, 90(3), 2013.

4
Wen-Ke Li, Matthew J. Hausknecht, Peter Stone, and Michael D. Mauk.
Using a million cell simulation of the cerebellum: Network scaling and task generality.
Neural Networks, November 2012.

5
W. Bradley Knox, Brian D. Glass, Bradley C. Love, W. Todd Maddox, and Peter Stone.
How humans teach agents: A new experimental perspective.
International Journal of Social Robotics, 4:409-421, October 2012.

6
W. Bradley Knox, A. Ross Otto, Peter Stone, and Bradley Love.
The nature of belief-directed exploratory choice in human decision-making.
Frontiers in Psychology, 2(398), January 2012.

7
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
Characterizing reinforcement learning methods through parameterized learning problems.
Machine Learning (MLJ), 84(1):205-247, June 2011.

8
David Fajardo, Tsz-Chiu Au, Travis Waller, Peter Stone, and David Yang.
Automated intersection control: Performance of a future innovation versus current traffic signal control.
Transportation Research Record(TRR), 2259:223-32, 2012.

9
Tobias Jung, Daniel Polani, and Peter Stone.
Empowerment for continuous agent-environment systems.
Adaptive Behavior, 19(1):16-39, 2011.

10
David Pardoe, Peter Stone, Maytal Saar-Tsechansky, Tayfun Keskin, and Kerem Tomak.
Adaptive auction mechanism design and the incorporation of prior knowledge.
INFORMS Journal on Computing, 22(3):353-370, Summer 2010.

11
Jonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, and Emmett Witchel.
Autonomous return on investment analysis of additional processing resources.
International Journal on Autonomic Computing, 1(3), 2010.

12
Matthew E. Taylor and Peter Stone.
Transfer learning for reinforcement learning domains: A survey.
Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR), 10(1):1633-1685, 2009.

13
Shimon Whiteson, Matthew E. Taylor, and Peter Stone.
Critical factors in the empirical performance of temporal difference and evolutionary methods for reinforcement learning.
Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS), 21(1):1-27, 2010.

14
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Color learning and illumination invariance on mobile robots: A survey.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) Journal, 57(6-7):629-44, June 2009.

15
Juhyun Lee, W. Bradley Knox, and Peter Stone.
Inter-classifier feedback for human-robot interaction in a domestic setting.
Journal of Physical Agents (JoPhA), 2(2):41-50, July 2008.
Special Issue on Human Interaction with Domestic Robots.

16
Patrick Beeson, Jack O'Quin, Bartley Gillan, Tarun Nimmagadda, Mickey Ristroph, David Li, and Peter Stone.
Multiagent interactions in urban driving.
Journal of Physical Agents (JoPhA), 2(1):15-30, March 2008.
Special issue on Multi-Robot Systems.

17
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
A multiagent approach to autonomous intersection management.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), 31:591-656, March 2008.

18
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
Polynomial regression with automated degree: A function approximator for autonomous agents.
International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, 17(1):159-174, 2008.
Based on earlier version in The 18th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, November 2006.
Nominee for Best Paper Award.

19
Matthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone, and Yaxin Liu.
Transfer learning via inter-task mappings for temporal difference learning.
Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR), 8(1):2125-2167, 2007.

20
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Planning actions to enable color learning on a mobile robot.
International Journal of Information and Systems Sciences, 3(3):510-25, 2007.

21
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Structure-Based Color Learning on a Mobile Robot under Changing Illumination.
Autonomous Robots, 23(3):161-182, 2007.

22
Peter Stone.
Multiagent learning is not the answer. it is the question.
Artificial Intelligence (AIJ), 171:402-405, 2007.

23
Shimon Whiteson, Matthew E. Taylor, and Peter Stone.
Empirical studies in action selection for reinforcement learning.
Adaptive Behavior, 15(1):33-50, 2007.

24
Peter Stone, Mohan Sridharan, Daniel Stronger, Gregory Kuhlmann, Nate Kohl, Peggy Fidelman, and Nicholas K. Jong.
From pixels to multi-robot decision-making: A study in uncertainty.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS), 54(11):933-43, November 2006.
Special issue on Planning Under Uncertainty in Robotics.

25
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
Towards autonomous sensor and actuator model induction on a mobile robot.
Connection Science Journal (CSJ), 18(2):97-119, June 2006.
Special Issue on Developmental Robotics.
Based on ``Simultaneous calibration of action and sensor models on a mobile robot.''
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), April 2005.

26
Shimon Whiteson and Peter Stone.
Evolutionary Function Approximation for Reinforcement Learning.
Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR), 7:877-917, May 2006.

27
Charles Lee Isbell Jr., Michael Kearns, Dave Kormann, Satinder Singh, and Peter Stone.
Cobot in LambdaMOO: an adaptive social statistics agent.
Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS),
13(3):327-354, November, 2006.
Based on ``Cobot in LambdaMOO: A social statistics agent.''
In Proceedings of the Seventeenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 36-41, 2001.

28
Peter Stone, Richard S. Sutton, and Gregory Kuhlmann.
Reinforcement learning for RoboCup-soccer keepaway.
Adaptive Behavior (AB), 13(2):165-188, 2005.
Based on ``Scaling reinforcement learning toward RoboCup soccer.''
In Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), 2001.

29
Shimon Whiteson, Nate Kohl, Risto Miikkulainen, and Peter Stone.
Evolving keepaway soccer players through task decomposition.
Machine Learning (MLJ), 59(1):5-30, May 2005.
Based on earlier version in Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), July 2003.

30
Michael Littman and Peter Stone.
A Polynomial-time Nash Equilibrium Algorithm for Repeated Games.
Decision Support Systems (DSS), 39:55-66, 2005.
Based on earlier version in Proceedings of the fourth annual ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC), June 2003.

31
Peter Stone and Amy Greenwald.
The first international trading agent competition: Autonomous bidding agents.
Electronic Commerce Research (EC), 5(2):229-65, April 2005.

32
Shimon Whiteson and Peter Stone.
Towards autonomic computing: Adaptive job routing and scheduling.
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence special issue on Autonomic Computing and Automation (EAAI), 17(7):855-69, October 2004.
Based on earlier version in Proceedings of the Sixteenth Innovative Applications of AI Conference (IAAI), San Jose, CA, July 2004.

33
Elizabeth Sklar, Simon Parsons, and Peter Stone.
Using RoboCup in university-level computer science education.
Journal of Educational Resources in Computing (JERIC), 4:2, June 2004.
Special Issue on Robotics in Undergraduate Education, Part 1.

34
Peter Stone, Robert E. Schapire, Michael L. Littman, János A. Csirik, and David McAllester.
Decision-theoretic bidding based on learned density models in simultaneous, interacting auctions.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), 19:209-242, September 2003.

35
Itsuki Noda and Peter Stone.
The RoboCup soccer server and CMUnited clients: Implemented infrastructure for MAS research.
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS), 7(1-2):101-120, July-September 2003.

36
Michael P. Wellman, Amy Greenwald, Peter Stone, and Peter R. Wurman.
The 2001 trading agent competition.
Electronic Markets (EM), 13(1):4-12, May 2003.

37
Peter Stone, Michael L. Littman, Satinder Singh, and Michael Kearns.
ATTac-2000: An adaptive autonomous bidding agent.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), 15:189-206, June 2001.
Based on earlier version in Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents, 2001.

38
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Multiagent systems: A survey from a machine learning perspective.
Autonomous Robots, 8(3):345-383, July 2000.
Also in Tucker Balch and Lynne E. Parker, editors, Robot Teams: From Diversity to Polymorphism. AK Peters Ltd, 2002.

39
Michael Bowling, Manuela Veloso, and Peter Stone.
The CMUnited-98 champion small-robot team.
Advanced Robotics, 13(8):753-766, 2000.

40
Manuela Veloso, Peter Stone, and Kwun Han.
The CMUnited-97 robotic soccer team: Perception and multi-agent control.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS), 29(2-3):133-143, 2000.
Based on earlier version in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Autonomous Agents, May 1998.

41
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Task decomposition, dynamic role assignment, and low-bandwidth communication for real-time strategic teamwork.
Artificial Intelligence (AIJ), 110(2):241-273, June 1999.

42
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
A layered approach to learning client behaviors in the RoboCup soccer server.
Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI), 12:165-188, 1998.

43
Minoru Asada, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Alexis Drogoul, Hajime Asama, Maja Mataric, Dominique Duhaut, Peter Stone, and Hiroaki Kitano.
The RoboCup physical agent challenge: Phase-I.
Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI), 12.2:251-263, March 1998.

44
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Towards collaborative and adversarial learning: A case study in robotic soccer.
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS), 48(1):83-104, January 1998.

45
Manuela Veloso and Peter Stone.
FLECS: Planning with a flexible commitment strategy.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR), 3:25-52, June 1995.

Book Chapters

1
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
The Open-Source TEXPLORE Code Release for Reinforcement Learning on Robots
In RoboCup-2013: Robot Soccer World Cup XVII, 2014.

2
Samuel Barrett, Katie Genter, Yuchen He, Todd Hester, Piyush Khandelwal, Jacob Menashe, and Peter Stone.
The 2012 UT Austin Villa code release.
In RoboCup-2013: Robot Soccer World Cup XVII, 2014.

3
Samuel Barrett, Katie Genter, Yuchen He, Todd Hester, Piyush Khandelwal, Jacob Menashe, and Peter Stone.
UT Austin Villa 2012: Standard platform league world champions.
In Xiaoping Chen, Peter Stone, Luis Enrique Sucar, and Tijn Van der Zant, editors, RoboCup-2012: Robot Soccer World Cup XVI, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2013.

4
Patrick MacAlpine, Nick Collins, Adrian Lopez-Mobilia, and Peter Stone.
UT Austin Villa: RoboCup 2012 3D simulation league champion.
In Xiaoping Chen, Peter Stone, Luis Enrique Sucar, and Tijn Van der Zant, editors, RoboCup-2012: Robot Soccer World Cup XVI, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2013.

5
Patrick MacAlpine, Francisco Barrera, and Peter Stone.
Positioning to win: A dynamic role assignment and formation positioning system.
In Xiaoping Chen, Peter Stone, Luis Enrique Sucar, and Tijn Van der Zant, editors, RoboCup-2012: Robot Soccer World Cup XVI, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2013.

6
Aijun Bai, Xiaoping Chen, Patrick MacAlpine, Daniel Urieli, Samuel Barrett, and Peter Stone.
Wright Eagle and UT Austin Villa: RoboCup 2011 simulation league champions.
In Thomas Roefer, Norbert Michael Mayer, Jesus Savage, and Uluc Saranli, editors, RoboCup-2011: Robot Soccer World Cup XV, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2012.

7
Piyush Khandelwal and Peter Stone.
A low cost ground truth detection system for RoboCup.
In T. Roefer, N.M. Mayer, J. Savage, and U. Saranli, editors, RoboCup-2011: Robot Soccer World Cup XV, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, 2012.

8
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
The use of models.
in Marco Wiering and Martijn van Otterlo, editors, Reinforcement Learning: State of the Art, Springer Verlag, 2011.

9
Matthew Hausknecht and Peter Stone.
Learning powerful kicks on the aibo ers-7: The quest for a striker.
In Javier Ruiz-del-Solar, Eric Chown and Paul G. Plöger, editors, RoboCup-2010: Robot Soccer World Cup XIV, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, pages 254-65, 2011.

10
Peter Stone, Michael Quinlan, and Todd Hester.
Can robots play soccer?
In Ted Richards, editor, Soccer and Philosophy: Beautiful Thoughts on the Beautiful Game, volume 51 of Popular Culture and Philosophy, pages 75-88. Open Court Publishing Company, 2010.

11
Itsuki Noda, Peter Stone, Tomohisa Yamashita, and Koichi Kurumatani.
Multi-Agent Social Simulation.
In Nakashima, H., Aghajan, H., & Augusto, J. C., editor, Handbook of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, pages 703-729. 2010.

12
Peter Stone, Gal A. Kaminka, and Jeffrey S. Rosenschein.
Leading a best-response teammate in an ad hoc team.
In Esther David, Enrico Gerding, David Sarne, and Onn Shehory, editors, Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce: Designing Trading Strategies and Mechanisms for Electronic Markets, pages 132-146, November 2010.

13
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
The 2007 TAC SCM prediction challenge.
In Wolfgang Ketter, Han La Poutré, Norman Sadeh, Onn Shehory, and William Walsh, editors, Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce and Trading Agent Design and Alaysis, volume 44 of Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP), pages 175-89. 2010.

14
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
Learning complementary multiagent behaviors: A case study.
In Proceedings of the RoboCup International Symposium 2009. Springer Verlag, 2009.
Winner of Best Student Paper Award.

15
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, Yinon Bentor, and Peter Stone.
Three humanoid soccer platforms: Comparison and synthesis.
In Proceedings of the RoboCup International Symposium 2009. Springer Verlag, 2009.

16
Kurt Dresner, Mark VanMiddlesworth, and Peter Stone.
An unmanaged intersection protocol and improved intersection safety for autonomous vehicles.
In Ana L. C. Bazzan and Franziska Klugl, editors, Multi-Agent System for Traffic and Traffic Engineering, pages 193-217. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, 2009.

17
W. Bradley Knox, Juhyun Lee, and Peter Stone.
Domestic interaction on a segway base.
In Luca Iocchi, Hitoshi Matsubara, Alfredo Weitzenfeld, and Changjiu Zhou, editors, RoboCup-2008: Robot Soccer World Cup XII, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2008.

18
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
An autonomous agent for supply chain management.
In Gedas Adomavicius and Alok Gupta, editors, Handbooks in Information Systems Series: Business Computing. Elsevier, 2007.

19
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
Adapting price predictions in TAC SCM.
In John Collins, Peyman Faratin, Simon Parsons, Juan A. Rodriguez-Aguilar, Norman M. Sadeh, Onn Shehory, and Elizabeth Sklar, editors, Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce and Trading Agent Design and Analysis, volume 13 of Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, pages 30-45. 2009.

20
Mazda Ahmadi and Peter Stone.
Instance-based action models for fast action planning.
In Ubbo Visser, Fernando Ribeiro, Takeshi Ohashi, and Frank Dellaert, editors, RoboCup-2007: Robot Soccer World Cup XI. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2008.
Winner of Best Paper Award.

21
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Peter Stone, and Yaxin Liu.
Model-based reinforcement learning in a complex domain.
In Ubbo Visser, Fernando Ribeiro, Takeshi Ohashi, and Frank Dellaert, editors, RoboCup-2007: Robot Soccer World Cup XI. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2008.

22
Uli Grasemann, Daniel Stronger, and Peter Stone.
A neural network-based approach to robot motion control.
In Ubbo Visser, Fernando Ribeiro, Takeshi Ohashi, and Frank Dellaert, editors, RoboCup-2007: Robot Soccer World Cup XI. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2008.

23
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
Selective visual attention for object detection on a legged robot.
In Gerhard Lakemeyer, Elizabeth Sklar, Domenico Sorenti, and Tomoichi Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2006: Robot Soccer World Cup X. volume 4434, pages 158-170. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2007.

24
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Yaxin Liu, and Peter Stone.
Half field offense in RoboCup soccer: A multiagent reinforcement learning case study.
In Gerhard Lakemeyer, Elizabeth Sklar, Domenico Sorenti, and Tomoichi Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2006: Robot Soccer World Cup X. volume 4434, pages 72-85. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2007.
Winner of Best Student Paper Award.

25
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Autonomous planned color learning on a legged robot.
In Gerhard Lakemeyer, Elizabeth Sklar, Domenico Sorenti, and Tomoichi Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2006: Robot Soccer World Cup X. volume 4434, pages 270-278. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2007.

26
Peggy Fidelman and Peter Stone.
The chin pinch: A case study in skill learning on a legged robot.
In Gerhard Lakemeyer, Elizabeth Sklar, Domenico Sorenti, and Tomoichi Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2006: Robot Soccer World Cup X. volume 4434, pages 59-71. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2007.

27
Manish Saggar, Thomas D'Silva, Nate Kohl, and Peter Stone.
Autonomous learning of stable quadruped locomotion.
In Gerhard Lakemeyer, Elizabeth Sklar, Domenico Sorenti, and Tomoichi Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2006: Robot Soccer World Cup X. volume 4434, pages 98-109. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2007.
Nominee for Best Paper Award.

28
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Multiagent traffic management: Opportunities for multiagent learning.
In K. Tuyls et al., editor, LAMAS 2005, volume 3898 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 129-138. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2006.

29
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Towards eliminating manual color calibration at RoboCup.
In Itsuki Noda, Adam Jacoff, Ansgar Bredenfeld, and Yasutake Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2005: Robot Soccer World Cup IX, volume 4020, pages 673-81. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2006.

30
Peter Stone, Gregory Kuhlmann, Matthew E. Taylor, and Yaxin Liu.
Keepaway soccer: From machine learning testbed to benchmark.
In Itsuki Noda, Adam Jacoff, Ansgar Bredenfeld, and Yasutake Takahashi, editors, RoboCup-2005: Robot Soccer World Cup IX, volume 4020, pages 93-105. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2006.

31
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
Bidding for customer orders in TAC SCM.
In P. Faratin and J.A. Rodriguez-Aguilar, editors, Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce VI: Theories for and Engineering of Distributed Mechanisms and Systems (AMEC 2004), volume 3435 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 143-157. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2005.

32
Alexander A. Sherstov and Peter Stone.
Three automated stock-trading agents: A comparative study.
In P. Faratin and J.A. Rodriguez-Aguilar, editors, Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce VI: Theories for and Engineering of Distributed Mechanisms and Systems (AMEC 2004), volume 3435 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 173-187. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2005.

33
Alexander A. Sherstov and Peter Stone.
Function approximation via tile coding: Automating parameter choice.
In J.-D. Zucker and I. Saitta, editors, SARA 2005, volume 3607 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 194-205, Berlin, 2005. Springer Verlag.

34
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
A model-based approach to robot joint control.
In Daniele Nardi, Martin Riedmiller, and Claude Sammut, editors, RoboCup-2004: Robot Soccer World Cup VIII, volume 3276 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 297-309. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2005.

35
Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone, and Justin Lallinger.
The UT Austin Villa 2003 champion simulator coach: A machine learning approach.
In Daniele Nardi, Martin Riedmiller, and Claude Sammut, editors, RoboCup-2004: Robot Soccer World Cup VIII, volume 3276 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 636-644. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2005.

36
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Towards illumination invariance in the legged league.
In Daniele Nardi, Martin Riedmiller, and Claude Sammut, editors, RoboCup-2004: Robot Soccer World Cup VIII, volume 3276 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 196-208. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2005.

37
Yi Feng, Ronggang Yu, and Peter Stone.
Two stock-trading agents: Market making and technical analysis.
In Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce V: Designing Mechanisms and Systems. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, 2004.

38
Peter Stone.
RoboCup as an introduction to CS research.
In Daniel Polani, Brett Browning, Andrea Bonarini, and Kazuo Yoshida, editors, RoboCup-2003: Robot Soccer World Cup VII, volume 3020 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 284-95. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2004.

39
Peter Stone.
Multiagent competitions and research: Lessons from RoboCup and TAC.
In Gal A. Kaminka, Pedro U. Lima, and Raul Rojas, editors, RoboCup-2002: Robot Soccer World Cup VI, volume 2752 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 224-237. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2003.

40
Peter Stone, Robert E. Schapire, János A. Csirik, Michael L. Littman, and David McAllester.
ATTac-2001: A learning, autonomous bidding agent.
In Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce IV: Designing Mechanisms and Systems, pages 143-160. Volume 2531 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, 2002.

41
Paul S. A. Reitsma, Peter Stone, János A. Csirik, and Michael L. Littman.
Self-enforcing strategic demand reduction.
In Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce IV: Designing Mechanisms and Systems, pages 289-306. Volume 2531 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, 2002.

42
Peter Stone and Richard S. Sutton.
Keepaway soccer: a machine learning testbed.
In Andreas Birk, Silvia Coradeschi, and Satoshi Tadokoro, editors, RoboCup-2001: Robot Soccer World Cup V, volume 2377 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 214-223. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2002.

43
Peter Stone, Richard S. Sutton, and Satinder Singh.
Reinforcement learning for 3 vs. 2 keepaway.
In Peter Stone, Tucker Balch, and Gerhard Kraetzschmar, editors, RoboCup-2000: Robot Soccer World Cup IV, volume 2019 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 249-258. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2001.

44
David McAllester and Peter Stone.
Keeping the ball from CMUnited-99.
In Peter Stone, Tucker Balch, and Gerhard Kraetzschmar, editors, RoboCup-2000: Robot Soccer World Cup IV, volume 2019 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 333-338. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2001.

45
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Layered learning.
In Ramon López de Mántaras and Enric Plaza, editors, Machine Learning: ECML 2000, pages 369-381. Springer Verlag, Barcelona,Catalonia,Spain, May/June 2000.
Proceedings of the Eleventh European Conference on Machine Learning (ECML-2000).

46
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Layered learning and flexible teamwork in RoboCup simulation agents.
In M. Veloso, E. Pagello, and H. Kitano, editors, RoboCup-99: Robot Soccer World Cup III, volume 1856 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 495-508. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2000.

47
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Task decomposition and dynamic role assignment for real-time strategic teamwork.
In J. P. Müller, M. P. Singh, and A. S. Rao, editors, Intelligent Agents V -- Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL-98), pages 293-308. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1999.

48
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Team-partitioned, opaque-transition reinforcement learning.
In Minoru Asada and Hiroaki Kitano, editors, RoboCup-98: Robot Soccer World Cup II, volume 1604 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 261-72. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1999.
Also in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Autonomous Agents,1999.

49
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Communication in domains with unreliable, single-channel, low-bandwidth communication.
In Alexis Drogoul, Milind Tambe, and Toshio Fukuda, editors, Collective Robotics, pages 85-97. Springer Verlag, Berlin, July 1998.

50
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Using decision tree confidence factors for multiagent control.
In Hiroaki Kitano, editor, RoboCup-97: Robot Soccer World Cup I, volume 1395 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 99-111. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1998.
Also in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Autonomous Agents, 1998.

51
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
User-guided interleaving of planning and execution.
In M. Ghallab and A. Milani, editors, New Directions in AI Planning, pages 103-112. IOS Press, 1996.

Refereed Conference Papers

1
W. Bradley Knox, Peter Stone, and Cynthia Breazeal.
Training a robot via human feedback: A case study.
In Social Robotics, October 2013.

2
Dustin Carlino, Stephen D. Boyles, and Peter Stone.
Auction-based autonomous intersection management.
In Proceedings of the 16th IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), September 2013.

3
Daniel Urieli and Peter Stone.
Model-selection for non-parametric function approximation in continuous control problems: A case study in a smart energy system.
In Proceedings of the European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML'13), September 2013.

4
Samuel Barrett, Peter Stone, Sarit Kraus, and Avi Rosenfeld.
Teamwork with limited knowledge of teammates.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, July 2013.

5
Doran Chakraborty and Peter Stone.
Cooperating with a markovian ad hoc teammate.
In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2013.

6
Todd Hester, Manuel Lopes, and Peter Stone.
Learning exploration strategies in model-based reinforcement learning.
In The Twelfth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2013.

7
Alon Farchy, Samuel Barrett, Patrick MacAlpine, and Peter Stone.
Humanoid robots learning to walk faster: From the real world to simulation and back.
In Proc. of 12th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2013.

8
Katie Genter, Noa Agmon, and Peter Stone.
Ad hoc teamwork for leading a flock.
In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2013), May 2013.

9
Daniel Urieli and Peter Stone.
A learning agent for heat-pump thermostat control.
In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2013.

10
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Learning non-myopically from human-generated reward.
In In Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI), March 2013.

11
Tsz-Chiu Au, Chien-Liang Fok, Sriram Vishwanath, Christine Julien, and Peter Stone.
Evasion Planning for Autonomous Vehicles at Intersections.
In Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), October 2012.

12
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Reinforcement learning from human reward: Discounting in episodic tasks.
In In Proceedings of the 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (Ro-Man), September 2012.
Nominee for Best Paper Award.

13
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
Intrinsically motivated model learning for a developing curious agent.
In The Eleventh International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), November 2012.
Winner of Paper of Excellence Award.

14
Dustin Carlino, Mike Depinet, Piyush Khandelwal, and Peter Stone.
Approximately orchestrated routing and transportation analyzer: Large-scale traffic simulation for autonomous vehicles.
In Proceedings of the 15th IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), September 2012.

15
Matthew Hausknecht, Piyush Khandelwal, Risto Miikkulainen, and Peter Stone.
Hyperneat-ggp: A hyperneat-based atari general game player.
In Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), July 2012.

16
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Ambuj Tewari, Peter Auer, and Peter Stone.
PAC subset selection in stochastic multi-armed bandits.
In John Langford and Joelle Pineau, editors, In proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), pages 655-662, New York, NY, USA, June-July 2012. Omnipress.

17
Patrick MacAlpine, Samuel Barrett, Daniel Urieli, Victor Vu, and Peter Stone.
Design and optimization of an omnidirectional humanoid walk: A winning approach at the RoboCup 2011 3D simulation competition.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), July 2012.

18
Chien-Liang Fok, Maykel Hanna, Seth Gee, Tsz-Chiu Au, Peter Stone, Christine Julien, and Sriram Vishwanath.
A platform for evaluating autonomous intersection management policies.
In Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE Third International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS), April 2012.

19
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Reinforcement learning from simultaneous human and MDP reward.
In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), June 2012.

20
W. Bradley Knox, Cynthia Breazeal, and Peter Stone.
Learning from feedback on actions past and intended.
In In Proceedings of 7th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Late-Breaking Reports Session (HRI), March 2012.

21
Patrick MacAlpine, Daniel Urieli, Samuel Barrett, Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Francisco Barrera, Adrian Lopez-Mobilia, Nicolae Stiurca, Victor Vu, and Peter Stone.
UT Austin Villa 2011: A champion agent in the RoboCup 3D soccer simulation competition.
In Proc. of 11th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), June 2012.

22
Noa Agmon and Peter Stone.
Leading ad hoc agents in joint action settings with multiple teammates.
In Proc. of 11th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), June 2012.

23
Noa Agmon, Chien-Liang Fok, Yehuda Emaliah, Peter Stone, Christine Julien, and Sriram Vishwanath.
On coordination in practical multi-robot patrol.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2012.

24
Samuel Barrett and Peter Stone.
An analysis framework for ad hoc teamwork tasks.
In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), June 2012.

25
Tsz-Chiu Au, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
Setpoint scheduling for autonomous vehicle controllers.
In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2012.

26
Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
RTMBA: A real-time model-based reinforcement learning architecture for robot control.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2012.

27
Matthew Hausknecht, Tsz-Chiu Au, Peter Stone, David Fajardo, and Travis Waller.
Dynamic Lane Reversal in Autonomous Traffic Management.
In Proceedings of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation systems Society Conference (ITSC), October 2011.

28
Matthew Hausknecht, Tsz-Chiu Au, and Peter Stone.
Autonomous Intersection Management: Multi-Intersection Optimization.
In Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), September 2011.

29
Noa Agmon, Daniel Urieli, and Peter Stone.
Multiagent patrol generalized to complex environmental conditions.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), August 2011.

30
Tsz-Chiu Au, Neda Shahidi, and Peter Stone.
Enforcing Liveness in Autonomous Traffic Management.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), August 2011.

31
Raz Lin, Noa Agmon, Sarit Kraus, Samuel Barrett, and Peter Stone.
Comparing Agents' Success against People in Security Domains.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), August 2011.

32
Doran Chakraborty and Peter Stone.
Structure learning in ergodic factored MDPs without knowledge of the transition function's in-degree.
In Proceedings of the Twenty Eighth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), June 2011.

33
Samuel Barrett, Peter Stone, and Sarit Kraus.
Empirical evaluation of ad hoc teamwork in the pursuit domain.
In Proc. of 11th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2011.

34
Daniel Urieli, Patrick MacAlpine, Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Yinon Bentor, and Peter Stone.
On optimizing interdependent skills: A case study in simulated 3d humanoid robot soccer.
In Proc. of 10th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2011.

35
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
A Particle Filter for Bid Estimation in Ad Auctions with Periodic Ranking Observations.
In Proc. of 10th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2011.

36
Michael Quinlan, Tsz-Chiu Au, Jesse Zhu, Nicolae Stiurca, and Peter Stone.
Bringing simulation to life: A mixed reality autonomous intersection.
In Proceedings of IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), October 2010.

37
Tobias Jung and Peter Stone.
Gaussian processes for sample efficient reinforcement learning with RMAX-like exploration.
In The European Conference on Machine Learning (ECML), September 2010.

38
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
Real time targeted exploration in large domains.
In The Ninth International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), August 2010.

39
Doran Chakraborty and Peter Stone.
Convergence, targeted optimality and safety in multiagent learning.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-seventh International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), June 2010.

40
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
Efficient selection of multiple bandit arms: Theory and practice.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-seventh International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), 2010.

41
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
Boosting for regression transfer.
In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), June 2010.

42
Peter Stone, Gal A. Kaminka, Sarit Kraus, and Jeffrey S. Rosenschein.
Ad hoc autonomous agent teams: Collaboration without pre-coordination.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), July 2010.

43
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Combining manual feedback with subsequent MDP reward signals for reinforcement learning.
In Proc. of 9th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2010.
Winner of Best Student Paper Award.

44
David Pardoe, Doran Chakraborty, and Peter Stone.
TacTex09: A champion bidding agent for ad auctions.
In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2010.

45
Peter Stone and Sarit Kraus.
To teach or not to teach? decision making under uncertainty in ad hoc teams.
In The Ninth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS). International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, May 2010.

46
Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
Generalized model learning for reinforcement learning on a humanoid robot.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2010.

47
Peter Djeu, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
Improving particle filter performance using sse instructions.
In Proceedings of IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent RObots and Systems (IROS), October 2009.

48
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Interactively shaping agents via human reinforcement: The TAMER framework.
In The Fifth International Conference on Knowledge Capture, September 2009.

49
Tobias Jung and Peter Stone.
Feature selection for value function approximation using bayesian model selection.
In The European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML), September 2009.

50
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Compositional models for reinforcement learning.
In The European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML), September 2009.

51
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
An empirical analysis of value function-based and policy search reinforcement learning.
In The Eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pages 749-56, May 2009.

52
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
Generalized model learning for reinforcement learning in factored domains.
In The Eighth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2009.

53
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
TAMER: Training an Agent Manually via Evaluative Reinforcement.
In IEEE 7th International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), August 2008.

54
Doran Chakraborty and Peter Stone.
Online multiagent learning against memory bounded adversaries.
In Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML), volume 5212 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 211-26, September 2008.

55
Matthew E. Taylor, Nicholas K. Jong, and Peter Stone.
Transferring instances for model-based reinforcement learning.
In Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (ECML), volume 5212 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 488-505, September 2008.

56
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Hierarchical model-based reinforcement learning: R-MAX + MAXQ.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), July 2008.

57
Joseph Reisinger, Peter Stone, and Risto Miikkulainen.
Online kernel selection for bayesian reinforcement learning.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), July 2008.

58
Jonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, and Emmett Witchel.
CARVE: A Cognitive Agent for Resource Value Estimation.
In International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC), June 2008.

59
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Long-term vs. greedy action planning for color learning on a mobile robot.
In International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, January 2008.

60
Nicholas K. Jong, Todd Hester, and Peter Stone.
The utility of temporal abstraction in reinforcement learning.
In The Seventh International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2008.

61
Matthew E. Taylor, Gregory Kuhlmann, and Peter Stone.
Autonomous transfer for reinforcement learning.
In The Seventh International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2008.

62
Juhyun Lee and Peter Stone.
Person tracking on a mobile robot with heterogeneous inter-characteristic feedback.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2008.

63
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
Maximum likelihood estimation of sensor and action model functions on a mobile robot.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2008.

64
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
Negative information and line observations for monte carlo localization.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2008.

65
Matthew E. Taylor, Gregory Kuhlmann, and Peter Stone.
Transfer learning and intelligence: an argument and approach.
In Proceedings of the First Conference on Artificial General Intelligence, March 2008.

66
M. Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Color learning on a mobile robot: Towards full autonomy under changing illumination.
In The IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2007.

67
Gregory Kuhlmann and Peter Stone.
Graph-based domain mapping for transfer learning in general games.
In Proceedings of The Eighteenth European Conference on Machine Learning (ECML), September 2007.

68
Matthew E. Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, and Peter Stone.
Temporal difference and policy search methods for reinforcement learning: An empirical comparison.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), July 2007.
Nectar Track.

69
Matthew E. Taylor and Peter Stone.
Cross-domain transfer for reinforcement learning.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), June 2007.

70
D Stronger and P Stone.
A comparison of two approaches for vision and self-localization on a mobile robot.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), April 2007.

71
Matthew E. Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, and Peter Stone.
Transfer via inter-task mappings in policy search reinforcement learning.
In The Sixth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2007.

72
Mazda Ahmadi, Matthew E. Taylor, and Peter Stone.
IFSA: Incremental feature-set augmentation for reinforcement learning tasks.
In The Sixth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2007.
Nominee for Best Student Paper Award.

73
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
Batch reinforcement learning in a complex domain.
In The Sixth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2007.
Nominee for Best Student Paper Award.

74
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Model-based function approximation for reinforcement learning.
In The Sixth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), May 2007.

75
Peter Stone.
Learning and multiagent reasoning for autonomous agents.
In The 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 13-30, January 2007.

76
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Color learning on a mobile robot: Towards full autonomy under changing illumination.
In The 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 2212-2217, January 2007.

77
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Sharing the road: Autonomous vehicles meet human drivers.
In The 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 1263-68, January 2007.

78
Bikramjit Banerjee and Peter Stone.
General game learning using knowledge transfer.
In The 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 672-677, January 2007.

79
Jonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, Emmett Witchel, and Mike Dahlin.
Machine learning for on-line hardware reconfiguration.
In The 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 1113-1118, January 2007.

80
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Autonomous planned color learning on a mobile robot without labeled data.
In The Ninth International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (ICARCV), December 2006.

81
David Pardoe, Peter Stone, Maytal Saar-Tsechansky, and Kerem Tomak.
Adaptive mechanism design: A metalearning approach.
In The Eighth International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC), pages 92-102, August 2006.

82
Mazda Ahmadi and Peter Stone.
Keeping in touch: Maintaining biconnected structure by homogeneous robots.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 580-85, July 2006.

83
Shimon Whiteson and Peter Stone.
Sample-efficient evolutionary function approximation for reinforcement learning.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 518-23, July 2006.

84
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
TacTex-2005: A champion supply chain management agent.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 1489-94, July 2006.

85
Gregory Kuhlmann, Kurt Dresner, and Peter Stone.
Automatic heuristic construction in a complete general game player.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 1457-62, July 2006.

86
Gregory Kuhlmann, William B. Knox, and Peter Stone.
Know thine enemy: A champion RoboCup coach agent.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 1463-68, July 2006.

87
Yaxin Liu and Peter Stone.
Value-function-based transfer for reinforcement learning using structure mapping.
In Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 415-20, July 2006.

88
Shimon Whiteson and Peter Stone.
On-line evolutionary computation for reinforcement learning in stochastic domains.
In Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), pages 1577-84, July 2006.

89
Harish Subramanian, Subramanian Ramamoorthy, Peter Stone, and Ben Kuipers.
Designing safe, profitable automated stock trading agents using evolutionary algorithms.
In Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), July 2006.

90
Matthew Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, and Peter Stone.
Comparing evolutionary and temporal difference methods for reinforcement learning.
In Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), pages 1321-28, July 2006.

Winner of Best Paper Award, GA Track.

91
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
Predictive planning for supply chain management.
In International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), June 2006.

92
Mazda Ahmadi and Peter Stone.
A multi-robot system for continuous area sweeping tasks.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pages 1724-1729, May 2006.

93
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Real-time vision on a mobile robot platform.
In IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), August 2005.

94
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
State Abstraction Discovery from Irrelevant State Variables.
In The Nineteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 752-757, August 2005.

95
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Autonomous color learning on a mobile robot.
In Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), July 2005.

96
Alexander A. Sherstov and Peter Stone.
Improving action selection in MDP's via knowledge transfer.
In Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), July 2005.

97
Matthew E. Taylor, Peter Stone, and Yaxin Liu.
Value functions for RL-based behavior transfer: A comparative study.
In Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), July 2005.

98
Matthew E. Taylor and Peter Stone.
Behavior transfer for value-function-based reinforcement learning.
In The Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pages 53-59, July 2005.

99
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Multiagent traffic management: An improved intersection control mechanism.
In The Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), July 2005.

100
Mazda Ahmadi and Peter Stone.
Continuous area sweeping: A task definition and initial approach.
In The 12th International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR), July 2005.

101
Jonathan Wildstrom, Peter Stone, Emmett Witchel, Raymond J. Mooney, and Mike Dahlin.
Towards self-configuring hardware for distributed computer systems.
In The Second International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC), pages 241-249, June 2005.

102
Shimon Whiteson, Peter Stone, Kenneth O. Stanley, Risto Miikkulainen, and Nate Kohl.
Automatic feature selection via neuroevolution.
In The Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), June 2005.

103
Mohan Sridharan, Gregory Kuhlmann, and Peter Stone.
Practical vision-based monte carlo localization on a legged robot.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), April 2005.

104
Nate Kohl and Peter Stone.
Machine Learning for Fast Quadrupedal Locomotion.
In Proceedings of the Nineteenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pages 611-616, San Jose, CA, July 2004.

105
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Multiagent Traffic Management: A Reservation-Based Intersection Control Mechanism.
In Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), New York, NY, July 2004.
Also in The 5th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles (IAV2004), July 2004.

106
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Towards On-Board Color Constancy on Mobile Robots.
In the First Canadian Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV), London, Ontario, Canada, May 2004.

107
Nate Kohl and Peter Stone.
Policy Gradient Reinforcement Learning for Fast Quadrapedal Locomotion.
In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), New Orleans, LA, May 2004.

108
Ronggang Yu and Peter Stone.
Performance analysis of a counter-intuitive automated stock-trading strategy.
In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC), Pittsburgh, PA, October 2003.

109
Satinder Singh, Michael L. Littman, Nicholas K. Jong, David Pardoe, and Peter Stone.
Learning predictive state representations.
In Proceedings of the Twentieth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), August 2003.

110
Shimon Whiteson and Peter Stone.
Concurrent layered learning.
In Second International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), pages 193-200, July 2003.

111
Michael P. Wellman, Amy Greenwald, Peter Stone, and Peter R. Wurman.
The 2001 trading agent competition.
In Proceedings of the Fourteenth Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference (IAAI), July 2002.

112
Robert E. Schapire, Peter Stone, David McAllester, Michael L. Littman, and János A. Csirik.
Modeling auction price uncertainty using boosting-based conditional density estimation.
In Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), July 2002.

113
Peter Stone and David McAllester.
An architecture for action selection in robotic soccer.
In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents (AA), 2001.

114
Charles Lee Isbell Jr., Christian R. Shelton, Michael Kearns, Satinder Singh, and Peter Stone.
A social reinforcement learning agent.
In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Autonomous Agents (AA), 2001.
Winner of Best Paper Award.

115
Peter Stone, Patrick Riley, and Manuela Veloso.
Defining and using ideal teammate and opponent agent models.
In Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI), 2000.

116
Peter Stone.
TPOT-RL applied to network routing.
In Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), pages 935-942, 2000.

117
Manuela Veloso, Michael Bowling, Sorin Achim, Kwun Han, and Peter Stone.
CMUnited-98: A team of robotic soccer agents.
In Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI), 1999.

118
Manuela Veloso, Peter Stone, and Michael Bowling.
Anticipation as a key for collaboration in a team of agents: A case study in robotic soccer.
In Proceedings of SPIE Sensor Fusion and Decentralized Control in Robotic Systems II, volume 3839, pages 134-143, Boston, September 1999.

119
Manuela Veloso and Peter Stone.
Individual and collaborative behaviors in a team of homogeneous robotic soccer agents.
In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Multi-Agent Systems (ICMAS), pages 309-316, 1998.

120
Hiroaki Kitano, Milind Tambe, Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso, Silvia Coradeschi, Eiichi Osawa, Hitoshi Matsubara, Itsuki Noda, and Minoru Asada.
The RoboCup synthetic agent challenge 97.
In Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), pages 24-29, San Francisco, CA, 1997. Morgan Kaufmann.

121
Gregg Rabideau, Steve Chien, Peter Stone, Jason Willis, Curt Eggemeyer, and Tobias Mann.
Interactive, repair-based planning and scheduling for shuttle payload operations.
In Proceedings of the 1997 IEEE Aerospace Conference, pages 325-341, Aspen, CO, February 1997.

122
Manuela Veloso, Peter Stone, and Sorin Achim.
A layered approach for an autonomous robotic soccer system.
In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomous Agents (AA), pages 530-531, Marina del Rey, CA, February 1997.

123
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Beating a defender in robotic soccer: Memory-based learning of a continuous function.
In David S. Touretzky, Michael C. Mozer, and Michael E. Hasselmo, editors, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 8 (NIPS), pages 896-902, Cambridge, MA, 1996. MIT Press.

124
Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso, and Jim Blythe.
The need for different domain-independent heuristics.
In Proceedings of the Second International Conference on AI Planning Systems (AIPS), pages 164-169, June 1994.

Refereed Workshop and Symposium Papers

1
Samuel Barrett, Noa Agmon, Noam Hazon, Sarit Kraus, and Peter Stone.
Communicating with unknown teammates.
In AAMAS Adaptive Learning Agents (ALA) Workshop, May 2013.

2
Patrick MacAlpine, Elad Liebman, and Peter Stone.
Simultaneous learning and reshaping of an approximated optimization task.
In AAMAS Adaptive Learning Agents (ALA) Workshop, May 2013.

3
Doran Chakraborty, Noa Agmon, and Peter Stone.
Targeted opponent modeling of memory-bounded agents.
In Proceedings of the Adaptive Learning Agents Workshop (ALA), May 2013.

4
Katie Genter, Noa Agmon, and Peter Stone.
Improving Efficiency of Leading a Flock in Ad Hoc Teamwork Settings.
In Proceedings of the AAMAS workshop on Autonomous Robots and Multirobot Systems (ARMS), May 2013.

5
Patrick MacAlpine and Peter Stone.
Using dynamic rewards to learn a fully holonomic bipedal walk.
In AAMAS Adaptive Learning Agents (ALA) Workshop, June 2012.

6
Samuel Barrett, Peter Stone, Sarit Kraus, and Avi Rosenfeld.
Learning teammate models for ad hoc teamwork.
In AAMAS Adaptive Learning Agents (ALA) Workshop, June 2012.

7
Katie Genter, Noa Agmon, and Peter Stone.
Role-Based Ad Hoc Teamwork.
In AAAI workshop on Plans and Activity Recognition (PAIR), August 2011.

8
W. Bradley Knox, Matthew Taylor, and Peter Stone.
Understanding Human Teaching Modalities in Reinforcement Learning Environments: A Preliminary Report
In IJCAI workshop on Agents Learning Interactively from Human Teachers (ALIHT), July 2011.

9
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Augmenting Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback.
In ICML Workshop on Imitation Learning, July 2011.

10
Paul Scerri, Balajee Kannan, Pras Velagapudi, Kate Macarthur, Peter Stone, Matthew E. Taylor, John Dolan, Alessandro Farinelli, Archie Chapman, Bernadine Dias, and George Kantor.
Flood disaster mitigation: A real-world challenge problem for multi-agent unmanned surface vehicles.
In Proceedings of the AAMAS workshop on Autonomous Robots and Multirobot Systems (ARMS), May 2011.

11
Samuel Barrett and Peter Stone.
Ad Hoc Teamwork Modeled with Multi-armed Bandits: An Extension to Discounted Infinite Rewards.
In Proceedings of the AAMAS workshop on Adaptive Learning Agents (ALA), May 2011.

12
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
On learning with imperfect representations.
In Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE Symposium on Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reinforcement Learning, April 2011.

13
Shimon Whiteson, Brian Tanner, Matthew E. Taylor, and Peter Stone.
Protecting against evaluation overfitting in empirical reinforcement learning.
In IEEE Symposium on Adaptive Dynamic Programming and Reinforcement Learning (ADPRL), April 2011.

14
W. Bradley Knox and Peter Stone.
Reinforcement learning with human feedback in mountain car.
In AAAI Spring 2011 Symposium on Bridging the Gaps in Human-Agent Collaboration, March 2011.

15
Samuel Barrett, Katie Genter, Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
Controlled kicking under uncertainty.
In The Fifth Workshop on Humanoid Soccer Robots at Humanoids 2010, December 2010.

16
Piyush Khandelwal, Matthew Hausknecht, Juhyun Lee, Aibo Tian, and Peter Stone.
Vision calibration and processing on a humanoid soccer robot.
In The Fifth Workshop on Humanoid Soccer Robots at Humanoids 2010, December 2010.

17
Adam Setapen, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
MARIOnET: motion acquisition for robots through iterative online evaluative training.
In AAMAS 2010 Workshop on Agents Learning Interactively from Human Teachers (ALIHT), May 2010.

18
Samuel Barret, Matthew E. Taylor, and Peter Stone.
Transfer learning for reinforcement learning on a physical robot
In AAMAS 2010 Workshop on Adaptive Learning Agents (ALA), May 2010.

19
Tobias Jung, Mazda Ahmadi, and Peter Stone.
Connectivity-based localization in robot networks.
In International Workshop on Robotic Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), June 2009.

20
Todd Hester and Peter Stone.
An empirical comparison of abstraction in models of markov decision processes.
In Proceedings of the ICML/UAI/COLT Workshop on Abstraction in Reinforcement Learning, June 2009.

21
Ian Fasel, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
A task specification language for bootstrap learning.
In AAAI Spring 2009 Symposium on Agents that Learn from Human Teachers, March 2009.

22
W. Bradley Knox, Ian Fasel, and Peter Stone.
Design principles for creating human-shapable agents.
In AAAI Spring 2009 Symposium on Agents that Learn from Human Teachers, March 2009.

23
Mohan Sridharan and Peter Stone.
Comparing two action planning approaches for color learning on a mobile robot.
In VISAPP Workshop on Robotic Perception, January 2008.

24
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Learning policy selection for autonomous intersection management.
In AAMAS workshop on adaptive and learning agents, May 2007.

25
Matthew E. Taylor and Peter Stone.
Representation transfer for reinforcement learning.
In AAAI 2007 Fall Symposium on Computational Approaches to Representation Change during Learning and Development, November 2007.

26
Matthew E. Taylor, Gregory Kuhlmann, and Peter Stone.
Accelerating search with transferred heuristics.
In ICAPS workshop on AI Planning and Learning, September 2007.

27
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Model-based exploration in continuous state spaces.
In The Seventh Symposium on Abstraction, Reformulation, and Approximation, July 2007.

28
Nicholas Jong and Peter Stone.
Kernel-based models for reinforcement learning in continuous state spaces.
In ICML workshop on Kernel Machines and Reinforcement Learning, June 2006.

29
Matthew E. Taylor, Shimon Whiteson, and Peter Stone.
Transfer learning for policy search methods.
In ICML workshop on Structural Knowledge Transfer for Machine Learning, June 2006.

30
Bikramjit Banerjee, Gregory Kuhlmann, and Peter Stone.
Value function transfer for general game playing.
In ICML workshop on Structural Knowledge Transfer for Machine Learning, June 2006.

31
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
Expectation-based vision for precise self-localization on a mobile robot.
In AAAI workshop on Cognitive Robotics, July 2006.

32
Mazda Ahmadi and Peter Stone.
Instance-based action models for fast action planning.
In AAAI workshop on Cognitive Robotics, July 2006.

33
Peter Stone, David Pardoe, and Mark VanMiddlesworth.
TacTex-05: An adaptive agent for TAC SCM.
In AAMAS 2006 Joint workshop on Trading Agent Design and Analysis & Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce VIII, May 2006.

34
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Human-usable and emergency vehicle-aware control policies for autonomous intersection management.
In AAMAS 2006 Workshop on Agents in Traffic and Transportation, May 2006.

35
Mazda Ahmadi and Peter Stone.
Keeping in touch: A distributed check for biconnected structure by homogeneous robots.
In The 8th International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems, July 2006.

36
Subramanian Ramamoorthy, Harish Subramanian, Peter Stone, and Ben Kuipers.
A qualitative multiple-model approach to the design of autonomous financial trading agents.
In NIPS 2005 workshop on Machine Learning in Finance, December 2005.

37
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Bayesian models of nonstationary markov decision problems.
In IJCAI 2005 workshop on Planning and Learning in A Priori Unknown or Dynamic Domains, August 2005.

38
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Towards learning to ignore irrelevant state variables.
In The AAAI-2004 Workshop on Learning and Planning in Markov Processes - Advances and Challenges, July 2004.

39
Gregory Kuhlmann, Peter Stone, Raymond Mooney, and Jude Shavlik.
Guiding a reinforcement learner with natural language advice: Initial results in RoboCup soccer.
In The AAAI-2004 Workshop on Supervisory Control of Learning and Adaptive Systems, July 2004.

40
János A. Csirik, Michael L. Littman, Satinder Singh, and Peter Stone.
FAucS: An FCC spectrum auction simulator for autonomous bidding agents.
In Ludger Fiege, Gero Mühl, and Uwe Wilhelm, editors, Electronic Commerce: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 2001.

41
Michael L. Littman and Peter Stone.
Implicit Negotiation in Repeated Games.
In Proceedings of The Eighth International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL), 2001.

42
M. Asada, A. Birk, E. Pagello, M. Fujita, I. Noda, S. Tadokoro D. Duhaut, P. Stone, M. Veloso, T. Balch, H. Kitano, and B. Thomas.
Progress in RoboCup soccer research in 2000.
In Proceedings of the 2000 International Symposium on Experimental Robotics, Honolulu, 2000.

43
Patrick Riley, Peter Stone, and Manuela Veloso.
Layered disclosure: Revealing agents' internals.
In The Seventh International Workshop on Agent Theories, Architectures, and Languages (ATAL), 2000.

44
Peter Stone.
Multiagent learning for autonomous spacecraft constellations.
In Proceedings of the NASA Workshop on Planning and Scheduling for Space, 1997.

45
Sorin Achim, Peter Stone, and Manuela Veloso.
Building a dedicated robotic soccer system.
In Proceedings of the IROS-96 Workshop on RoboCup, pages 41-48, Osaka, Japan, November 1996.

46
Mike Bowling, Peter Stone, and Manuela Veloso.
Predictive memory for an inaccessible environment.
In Proceedings of the IROS-96 Workshop on RoboCup, pages 28-34, Osaka, Japan, November 1996.

47
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Using machine learning in the soccer server.
In Proceedings of the IROS-96 Workshop on RoboCup, pages 19-27, Osaka, Japan, November 1996.

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Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso, and Sorin Achim.
Collaboration and learning in robotic soccer.
In Proceedings of the Micro-Robot World Cup Soccer Tournament, pages 26-37, Taejon, Korea, November 1996. IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.

49
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Using testing to iteratively improve training.
In Working Notes of the AAAI 1995 Fall Symposium on Active Learning, pages 110-111, Boston, MA, November 1995.

50
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
Learning to solve complex planning problems finding useful auxiliary problems.
In Technical Report of the AAAI 1994 Fall Symposium on Planning and Learning: On to Real Applications, pages 137-141, New Orleans, LA, November 1994.

Magazine Articles

1
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
Designing Adaptive Trading Agents.
ACM SIGecom Exchanges, 10(2), June 2011.

2
Matthew E. Taylor and Peter Stone.
An Introduction to Inter-task Transfer for Reinforcement Learning.
AI Magazine, 32(1):15-20, March 2011.

3
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
Developing Adaptive Auction Mechanisms.
ACM SIGecom Exchanges, 5(3):1-10, April 2005.

4
David Pardoe and Peter Stone.
TacTex-03: A Supply Chain Management Agent.
ACM SIGecom Exchanges, 4(3):19-28, Winter 2004.

5
Amy Greenwald, Nicholas R. Jennings, and Peter Stone.
Guest Editors' Introduction: Agents and Markets.
IEEE Intelligent Systems, 18(6):12-14, November/December 2003.

6
Manuela Veloso, Tucker Balch, Peter Stone, Hiroaki Kitano, Fuminori Yamasaki, Ken Endo, Minoru Asada, M. Jamzad, B. S. Sadjad, V. S. Mirrokni, M. Kazemi, H. Chitsaz, A. Heydarnoori, M. T. Hajiaghai, and E. Chiniforooshan.
RoboCup-2001: The fifth robotic soccer world championships.
AI Magazine, 23(1):55-68, 2002.

7
Peter Stone (editor), Minoru Asada, Tucker Balch, Raffaelo D'Andrea, Masahiro Fujita, Bernhard Hengst, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, Pedro Lima, Nuno Lau, Henrik Lund, Daniel Polani, Paul Scerri, Satoshi Tadokoro, Thilo Weigel, and Gordon Wyeth.
RoboCup-2000: The fourth robotic soccer world championships.
AI Magazine, 22(1), 2001.

8
Amy Greenwald and Peter Stone.
Autonomous bidding agents in the trading agent competition.
IEEE Internet Computing, 5(2), 2001.

9
Silvia Coradeschi, Lars Karlsson, Peter Stone, Tucker Balch, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, and Minoru Asada.
Overview of RoboCup-99.
AI Magazine, 21(3), 2000.

10
Manuela Veloso, Peter Stone, Kwun Han, and Sorin Achim.
CMUnited: A team of robotic soccer agents collaborating in an adversarial environment.
Crossroads, 4.3, February 1998.

Multimedia

1
Manuela Veloso and Peter Stone.
Video: Robocup robot soccer history 1997 - 2011, October 2012.
Available from www.robocup.org

Finalist for Best Video Award.

2
W. Bradley Knox, Juhyun Lee, and Peter Stone.
Person recognition on a segway robot: A video of UT Austin Villa Robocup@Home 2007 finals demonstration.
In IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, May 2008.

Available from www.cs.utexas.edu/~AustinVilla/?p=athome

Unrefereed Publications

1
Patrick MacAlpine, Daniel Urieli, Samuel Barrett, Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Francisco Barrera, Adrian Lopez-Mobilia, Nicolae Stiurca, Victor Vu, and Peter Stone.
UT Austin Villa 2011 3D Simulation Team report.
Technical Report AI11-10, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Science, AI Laboratory, December 2011.

2
Samuel Barrett, Katie Genter, Matthew Hausknecht, Todd Hester, Piyush Khandelwal, Juhyun Lee, Michael Quinlan, Aibo Tian, Peter Stone, and Mohan Sridharan.
Austin Villa 2010 standard platform team report.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-11-01, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, January 2011.

3
Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, Peter Stone, and Mohan Sridharan.
TT-UT Austin Villa 2009: Naos across Texas.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-09-08, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Science, AI Laboratory, December 2009.

4
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan, Yinon Bentor, and Peter Stone.
The UT Austin Villa 3D Simulation Soccer Team 2008.
Technical Report AI09-01, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, February 2009.

5
Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan, and Peter Stone.
UT Austin Villa 2008: Standing on Two Legs.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-08-8, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, November 2008.

6
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
UT Austin Villa 3D simulation soccer team 2008.
In RoboCup Symposium CD Proceedings, 2008.

7
Peter Stone Todd Hester, Michael Quinlan.
UT Austin Villa 2008 team description paper for the standard platform league.
In RoboCup Symposium CD Proceedings, 2008.

8
Peter Stone and Neda Shahidi.
The UT Austin Villa 2008 mixed reality team.
In RoboCup Symposium CD Proceedings, 2008.

9
Peter Stone, Patrick Beeson, Tekin Mericli, and Ryan Madigan.
DARPA urban challenge technical report: Austin Robot Technology, June 2007.

10
Shivaram Kalyanakrishnan and Peter Stone.
The UT Austin Villa 3D Simulation Soccer Team 2007.
Technical Report AI-07-348, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, September 2007.

11
Shimon Whiteson, Matthew E. Taylor, and Peter Stone.
Adaptive tile coding for value function approximation.
Technical Report AI-TR-07-339, University of Texas at Austin, 2007.

12
Peter Stone, William B. Knox, Juhyun Lee, Youngin Shin, and Mohan Sridharan.
The ut austin villa 2007 team description paper.
In RoboCup Symposium CD Proceedings, 2007.

13
Peter Stone, Todd Hester, Tekin Meriçli, Neda Shahidi, and Mohan Sridharan.
The ut austin villa 2007 four-legged team description paper.
In RoboCup Symposium CD Proceedings, 2007.

14
Peter Stone, Peggy Fidelman, Nate Kohl, Gregory Kuhlmann, Tekin Mericli, Mohan Sridharan, and Shao en Yu.
The UT Austin Villa 2006 RoboCup four-legged team.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-06-337, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, December 2006.

15
Daniel Stronger and Peter Stone.
Polynomial regression with automated degree: A function approximator for autonomous agents.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-06-329, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, April 2006.

16
Peter Stone, Kurt Dresner, Peggy Fidelman, Nate Kohl, Gregory Kuhlmann, Mohan Sridharan, and Daniel Stronger.
The UT Austin Villa 2005 RoboCup four-legged team.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-05-325, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, November 2005.

17
Kurt Dresner and Peter Stone.
Multiagent traffic management: Driver agent improvements and a protocol for intersection control.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-04-315, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, May 2005.

18
Peter Stone, Kurt Dresner, Peggy Fidelman, Nicholas K. Jong, Nate Kohl, Gregory Kuhlmann, Mohan Sridharan, and Daniel Stronger.
The UT Austin Villa 2004 RoboCup four-legged team: Coming of age.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-04-313, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, October 2004.

19
Nicholas K. Jong and Peter Stone.
Towards employing PSRs in a continuous domain.
Technical Report UT-AI-TR-04-309, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Computer Sciences, AI Laboratory, February 2004.

20
Peter Stone, Kurt Dresner, Selim T. Erdogan, Peggy Fidelman, Nicholas K. Jong, Nate Kohl, Gregory Kuhlmann, Ellie Lin, Mohan Sridharan, Daniel Stronger, and Gurushyam Hariharan.
The UT Austin Villa 2003 Four-Legged Team.
In Daniel Polani, Brett Browning, Andrea Bonarini, and Kazuo Yoshida, editors, RoboCup-2003: Robot Soccer World Cup VII. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2004.

21
Peter Stone.
ATTUnited-2001: Using Heterogeneous Players.
In Andreas Birk, Silvia Coradeschi, and Satoshi Tadokoro, editors, RoboCup-2001: Robot Soccer World Cup V, volume 2377 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 495-98. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2002.

22
Patrick Riley, Peter Stone, David McAllester, and Manuela Veloso.
ATT-CMUnited-2000: Third place finisher in the RoboCup-2000 simulator league.
In P. Stone, T. Balch, and G. Kraetzschmar, editors, RoboCup-2000: Robot Soccer World Cup IV, volume 2019 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2001.

23
Peter Stone.
Layered learning in multi-agent systems.
Ph.D. thesis, Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, December 1998. Technical Report CMU-CS-98-187.

24
Manuela Veloso, Hiroaki Kitano, Enrico Pagello, Gerhard Kraetzschmar, Peter Stone, Tucker Balch, Minoru Asada, Silvia Coradeschi, Lars Karlsson, and Masahiro Fujita.
Overview of RoboCup-99.
In M. Veloso, E. Pagello, and H. Kitano, editors, RoboCup-99: Robot Soccer World Cup III, volume 1856 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 1-34. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2000.

25
Peter Stone, Patrick Riley, and Manuela Veloso.
The CMUnited-99 champion simulator team.
In M. Veloso, E. Pagello, and H. Kitano, editors, RoboCup-99: Robot Soccer World Cup III, volume 1856 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 35-48. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2000.
Also in AI Magazine, 21(3), 2000.

26
Peter Stone, Manuela Veloso, and Patrick Riley.
The CMUnited-98 champion simulator team.
In M. Asada and H. Kitano, editors, RoboCup-98: Robot Soccer World Cup II, volume 1604 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 61-76. Springer Verlag, 1999.

27
Peter Stone and Manuela Veloso.
The CMUnited-97 simulator team.
In Hiroaki Kitano, editor, RoboCup-97: Robot Soccer World Cup I, volume 1395 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 387-397. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1998.

28
Manuela Veloso, Peter Stone, Kwun Han, and Sorin Achim.
The CMUnited-97 small-robot team.
In Hiroaki Kitano, editor, RoboCup-97: Robot Soccer World Cup I, volume 1395 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 242-256. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1998.
Also in AI Magazine, 19(3):61-69, 1998.

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Emiel Corten, Klaus Dorer, Fredrik Heintz, Kostas Kostiadis, Johan Kummeneje, Helmut Myritz, Itsuki Noda, Patrick Riley, Peter Stone, and Travlex Yeap.
Soccer server manual, version 5.0.
Technical Report RoboCup-1999-001, RoboCup, 1999.

30
Gregg Rabideau, Steve Chien, Tobias Mann, Curt Eggemeyer, and Peter Stone.
DCAPS User's Manual.
Technical Document D-13741, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), 1996.




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