Peter Schöll

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Dual Dynamics (DD) is a mathematical model of a behavior control system for mobile autonomous robots. Behaviors are specified through differential equations, forming a global dynamical system made of behavior subsystems which interact in a number of ways. DD models can be directly compiled into executable code. The article (i) explains the model, (ii)(More)
This article sketches the scientific and engineering approach taken at the GMD RoboCup Team. We sketch (i) our “Dual Dynamics” model of behavior control, (ii) our actual robot hardware and (iii) the integrated Dual Dynamics design environment that we use for the specification, the documentation, the simulation, the programming, and the test of our RoboCup(More)
Dual Dynamics (DD) is a mathematical model of a behavior control system for mobile autonomous robots. Behaviors are specified through differential equations, forming a global dynamical system made of behavior subsystems which interact in a number of ways. DD models can be directly compiled into executable code. The article (i) explains the model, (ii)(More)
A. Bredenfeld1, E. Barakova2, V. Becanovic1, Th. Christaller1,2, I. Godler4, T. Hagiwara3, S. Hiraishi3, H. Inada3, G. Indiveri5, K. Ishii3, T. Ishii3, J. Ji1, Y. Kawakubo3, H.-U. Kobialka1, T. Laurens2, N. Mayer2, H. Miyamoto3, A. A. F. Nassiraie2, P.-G. Plöger1, P. Schöll1, M. Sizimu3 1Fraunhofer Institute AIS, Sankt Augustin, Germany 2GMD-JRL,(More)
In order to assess the fitness of a program controlling a robot, many experiments have to be performed. Unfortunately the execution of an experiment and the analysis of its result are very time-consuming. In this paper we name the key factors for fast assessment of robot programs and illustrate briefly how our suite of development tools supports them.