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This paper describes how the SGOCE paradigm has been used within the context of a "minimal simula-tion" strategy to evolve neural networks controlling locomotion and obstacle-avoidance in a 6-legged robot. Such controllers have been rst evolved through simulation and then successfully downloaded on the real robot.
This paper presents TANGO 1-an object oriented control system based on CORBA 2. TANGO has been developed at the ESRF. All control points in TANGO are implemented as methods or attributes of CORBA network objects (servants). Control actions are executed by invoking methods on objects. Objects are served by device servers. TANGO device servers can be written… (More)
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During the construction phase the ESRF bought 3 radio frequency transmitters as turnkey systems. Today they still operate according to the original specifications, nevertheless, a decision was taken to redesign the control system of these transmitters. The main reasons for this decision were maintenance and upgrade problems for electronics and software, the… (More)