Contributions


Publications

Michiel Blokzijl-Zanker and Yiannis Demiris. 2012. Multi Robot Learning by Demonstration. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems – Volume 3 (AAMAS ’12), Vol. 3. International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Richland, SC, 1207-1208. [citation @ acm.org] [pdf]

Open source

I don’t consider myself to have made major contributions to Open Source yet (most of the code I work on is closed source), but here are some of my humble contributions to date. When I hit some issues with open source software that I need to fix, I aim to upstream my improvements so that others can benefit from them.

Functionality:

Patches & misc:

Other

Occasionally I like to browse stackoverflow, look for some interesting problem and solve it. Those interesting answers don’t end up with the most upvotes since they tend to deal with somewhat obscure problems (like how to send TCP data in 10 byte chunks or how to execute programs in xterm over an ssh session), whereas people love the trivial answers to common problems (like how to use sshfs on OSX).

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. ReplyGeoge Jordanov
    Hello Michiel, I just started to get logged data with my Raspberry Pi and currently I have accomplished two simple data logging sites, but when I saw your logger I was very impressed : https://me.m01.eu/portfolio/tiny-temperature-logger-google-docs Can you help me to build such? I have these two examples running : http://km-web.com/temperature/astrall/index.php http://km-web.com/temperature/astrall/ Best Regards George Jordanov
    • ReplyAuthormichiel
      Hi George, Sorry for the late reply. As it says on that page, the first plots were created using Google's time series widget. The code I wrote for that project is on Github, take a look at the README to see how I uploaded the data to Google Docs, and you can find the gnuplot code there, too. I created the Google time series graphs from a Google SItes website, where you could add them as a widget. These days you might want to use their Annotated Time Line charts API instead. The dygraphs library might also be of interest, although I haven't played around with that. Good luck!