Documents, source code and data for my submissions to the Yamabiko Symposium, organized three times a year by the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory of the University of Tsukuba.
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Yamabiko Symposium Submissions

The Yamabiko Symposium is organized three times a year by the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory of the University of Tsukuba. Laboratory students report the current state and latest achievements of their research plans. This repository stores the articles I presented during my 2013-2016 PhD course, along with presentation slides, source code and (when storage requirements permit) data used in my research.

Submissions are stored in folders in the format (year)-(edition), with contents sorted in the following subfolders:

  • Article: LaTeX sources for the submitted report, including any images used;
  • Code: source code used in the research;
  • Data: data files and scripts for drawing plots and the like;
  • Presentation: slides for the article's presentation;
  • Presentation/Drafts: earlier presentation drafts, kept as separate files to preserve whatever slides I had to discard due to time restrictions.

Unless otherwise noted, all contents are licensed by the GPL 3.0 / Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

More details on my method for writing and managing symposium submissions are available here. You are welcome to give it a try, or maybe take it as a basis for developing your own approach.