Inna Frenkel

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Recent years are seeing a renewed interest in general multi-robot architectures, capable of automating coordination. However, few architectures explore integration of multiple coordination mechanisms. Thus the question of how to best integrate coordination mechanisms is left open. This paper focuses on the micro-kernel integration approach used in BITE (Bar(More)
A key challenge in deploying teams of robots in real-world applications is to automate the control of teamwork, such that the designer can focus on the taskwork. Existing teamwork architectures seeking to address this challenge are monolithic, in that they commit to interaction protocols at the architectural level, and do not allow the designer to mix and(More)
Teams of robots are increasingly deployed in real world applications. One of the key challenges in building such teams is to automate the control of teamwork, such that the designer can concentrate her efforts on the taskwork to be done. This paper presents steps towards a novel framework addressing this challenge in teams of behavior-based agents. The(More)
Research into teamwork in autonomous robots is quickly gaining significant interest, motivated by future applications of multi-robot teams. A key challenge is to automate the control of teamwork, such that the designer can focus on the taskwork to be done. <i>Teamwork architectures</i> have been proposed to automate the interactions between team-members, in(More)
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