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E. Cervera and del Pobil, A. P., A SOM-based sensing approach to robotic manipulation tasks. 1999, pp. 207-217.
E. Cervera, del Pobil, A. P., Marta, E., and Serna, M. A., USE OF SENSORS TO DEAL WITH UNCERTAINTY IN REALISTIC ROBOTIC ENVIRONMENTS, vol. 2492. 1995, pp. 740-747.
E. Cervera, Practical Multi-Robot Applications with Player and JADE. 2008, pp. 2004-2009.
E. Cervera and del Pobil, A. P., Multiple self-organizing maps for supervised learning, in From Natural to Artificial Neural Computation, vol. 930, J. Mira and Sandoval, F., Eds. 1995, pp. 345-352.
E. Cervera, Garcia-Arancil, N., Martinez-Martin, E., Nomdedeu, L., and del Pobil, A. P., Safety for a robot arm moving amidst humans by using panoramic vision, in IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Pasadena, CA, USA, 2008.
E. Cervera and Trevelyan, J., Evolutionary structural optimisation based on boundary representation of NURBS. Part I: 2D algorithms, Computers & Structures, vol. 83, pp. 1902-1916, 2005.
E. Cervera, Berry, F., and Martinet, P., Is 3D useful in stereo visual control?. 2002, pp. 1630-1635.
E. Cervera, Martinet, P., Marin, R., Moughlbay, A. Abou, del Pobil, A. P., Alemany, J., Esteller-Curto, R., and Casañ, G. A., The Robot Programming Network, Journal of Inteligent and Robotic Sytems, vol. 81, no. 1, 2015.
E. Cervera, Martinet, P., Marin, R., Moughlbay, A. A., del Pobil, A. P., Alemany, J., Esteller, R., and Casañ, G., The robot programming network, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 81, pp. 77–95, 2016.
E. Cervera, del Pobil, A. P., Marta, E., and Serna, M. A., Dealing with uncertainty in fine motion: A neural approach. 1995, pp. 119-126.
E. Cervera, Garcia, J. C., and Sanz, P. J., Toward the Robot Butler: The HUMABOT Challenge [Competitions], IEEE Robotics Automation Magazine, vol. 22, pp. 8-17, 2015.
E. Cervera, A cross-platform network-ready visual servo simulator. 2006, pp. 2314-2319.
E. Cervera, del Pobil, A. P., Berry, F., and Martinet, P., Improving image-based visual servoing with three-dimensional features, International Journal of Robotics Research, vol. 22, pp. 821-839, 2003.
E. Cervera, Integrating computer vision libraries in networked robotic systems. 2005, pp. 267-272.
E. Cervera, Berry, F., and Martinet, P., Stereo visual servoing with oriented blobs. 2003, pp. 977-982.
E. Cervera and del Pobil, A. P., Learning strategies for sensor-based manipulation tasks. 1997, pp. 54-59.
E. Cervera and Gazi, V., Agent Standard Protocols for Building Multi-Robot Applications. 2008, pp. 1-5.
E. Cervera, Casañ, G. A., and Tellez, R., Cloud Simulations for RoboCup, in RoboCup 2017, Nagoya, Japan, In Press.
E. Cervera and del Pobil, A. P., Sensor-based learning for practical planning of fine motions in robotics, Information Sciences, vol. 145, pp. 147-168, 2002.
E. Cervera, Distributed visual servoing: A cross-platform agent-based implementation. 2005, pp. 3676-3681.
E. Cervera, TRANSPARENT SHARING OF LINKS IN INMOS TOOLSET APPLICATIONS, in Transputer Applications and Systems '94: Proceedings of the 1994 World Transputer Congress, vol. 41, A. DeGloria, Jane, M. R., and Marini, D., Eds. 1994, pp. 739-747.
E. Cervera and del Pobil, A. P., Multiple self-organizing maps: A hybrid learning scheme, Neurocomputing, vol. 16, pp. 309-318, 1997.
E. Cervera, Garcia-Aracil, N., Martinez-Martin, E., Nomdedeu, L., and del Pobil, A. P., Safety for a robot arm moving amidst humans by using panoramic vision, in 2008 Ieee International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Vols 1-9, 2008, pp. 2183-2188.
E. Cervera and del Pobil, A. P., Integration of self-organizing feature maps and reinforcement learning in robotics, in Biological and Artificial Computation: from Neuroscience to Technology, vol. 1240, J. Mira, MorenoDiaz, R., and Cabestany, J., Eds. 1997, pp. 1344-1354.
E. Cervera, del Pobil, A. P., Marta, E., and Serna, M. A., Perception-based learning for motion in contact in task planning, Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems, vol. 17, pp. 283-308, 1996.

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