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Advances in Plan-Based Control of Robotic Agents

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In recent years, autonomous robots, including Xavier, Martha [1], Rhino [2,3], Minerva,and Remote Agent, have shown impressive pe... Weiterlesen
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In recent years, autonomous robots, including Xavier, Martha [1], Rhino [2,3], Minerva,and Remote Agent, have shown impressive performance in long-term demonstrations. In NASA's Deep Space program, for example, an - tonomous spacecraft controller, called the Remote Agent [5], has autonomously performed a scienti?c experiment in space. At Carnegie Mellon University, Xavier [6], another autonomous mobile robot, navigated through an o?ce - vironment for more than a year, allowing people to issue navigation commands and monitor their execution via the Internet. In 1998, Minerva [7] acted for 13 days as a museum tourguide in the Smithsonian Museum, and led several thousand people through an exhibition. These autonomous robots have in common that they rely on plan-based c- trol in order to achieve better problem-solving competence. In the plan-based approach, robots generate control actions by maintaining and executing a plan that is e?ective and has a high expected utility with respect to the robots' c- rent goals and beliefs. Plans are robot control programs that a robot can not only execute but also reason about and manipulate [4]. Thus, a plan-based c- troller is able to manage and adapt the robot's intended course of action - the plan - while executing it and can thereby better achieve complex and changing tasks.


Plan-Based Multi-robot Cooperation.- Plan-Based Control for Autonomous Soccer Robots Preliminary Report.- Reliable Multi-robot Coordination Using Minimal Communication and Neural Prediction.- Collaborative Exploration of Unknown Environments with Teams of Mobile Robots.- Mental Models for Robot Control.- Perceptual Anchoring: A Key Concept for Plan Execution in Embedded Systems.- Progressive Planning for Mobile Robots A Progress Report.- Reasoning about Robot Actions: A Model Checking Approach.- Lifelong Planning for Mobile Robots.- Learning How to Combine Sensory-Motor Modalities for a Robust Behavior.- Execution-Time Plan Management for a Cognitive Orthotic System.- Path Planning for Cooperating Robots Using a GA-Fuzzy Approach.- Performance of a Distributed Robotic System Using Shared Communication Channels.- Use of Cognitive Robotics Logic in a Double Helix Architecture for Autonomous Systems.- The dd&p Robot Control Architecture.- Decision-Theoretic Control of Planetary Rovers.


Titel: Advances in Plan-Based Control of Robotic Agents
Untertitel: International Seminar, Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, October 21-26, 2001, Revised Papers
EAN: 9783540377245
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Technik
Anzahl Seiten: 296
Veröffentlichung: 02.08.2003
Dateigrösse: 4.3 MB

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