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DAMN: a distributed architecture for mobile navigation
  • J. Rosenblatt
  • Computer Science
  • J. Exp. Theor. Artif. Intell.
  • 1 April 1997
TLDR
An architecture is presented in which distributed task-achieving modules, or behaviours, cooperatively determine a mobile robot's path by voting for each of various possible actions. Expand
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A behavior-based system for off-road navigation
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We describe a core system for autonomous navigation in outdoor natural terrain. Expand
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Data association for mobile robot navigation: a graph theoretic approach
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This paper presents a graph theoretic method that is applicable to data association problems where the features are observed via a batch process. Expand
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Autonomous underwater navigation and control
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This paper describes the autonomous navigation and control of an undersea vehicle using a vehicle control architecture based on the Distributed Architeclure for Mobile Navigation and a terrain-aided navigation technique based on simultaneous localisation and map building. Expand
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A behavior-based architecture for autonomous underwater exploration
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We present a system for behavior-based control of an autonomous underwater vehicle for the purpose of inspection of coral reefs, a task currently performed by divers holding a video camera. Expand
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Optimal Selection of Uncertain Actions by Maximizing Expected Utility
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A new means of action selection via utility fusion is introduced as an alternative to both sensor fusion and command fusion. Expand
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An integrated system for autonomous off-road navigation
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We propose an approach based on “early evaluation of traversability” in which the output of the perception system is a set of untraversable terrain regions used by a planning module to drive the vehicle. Expand
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Behavior-based control for autonomous underwater exploration
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We present a system for behavior-based control of an autonomous underwater vehicle for inspection of coral reefs, a task currently performed by divers holding a video camera while following a rope. Expand
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Architectures for mobile robot control
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We explore the inherent problems of mobile robot domain, the nature of the trade-offs that must be considered, consider various types of action selection, and describe some of the solutions that have been proposed and implemented in existing architectures. Expand
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