Frank Wille

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This work presents the concept and realisation of the integration of deliberative and reactive strategies for controlling mobile robot systems. Programming at the task-level in a partially-known environment is divided into two consecutive steps: subgoal planning and subgoal-guided plan execution. A modular fuzzy control scheme is proposed, which allows(More)
  • D P L Van Der Meij, Dr I Kurtev, K G Van Den Berg, F Wille
  • 2009
For the next step in raising the level of abstraction in software development, Kent (Kent, 2002) proposed an approach for Model Driven Engineering (MDE). With MDE it is possible to raise the level of abstraction such that decisions can be made regardless the implementation language. Business rules can be defined on a higher level so in fact programming(More)
We use fuzzy logic rules to directly map sensor data to robot control outputs by classifying a set of typical subtasks, such as \path tracking", \local collision avoidance", \contour tracking", \situation evaluation", etc. With the help of existing heuristics, the decision-making process for each subtask can be modelled and represented with \IF-THEN" rules.(More)
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