Scott D. Hanford

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—The need for intelligent unmanned vehicles has been steadily increasing. These vehicles could be air-, ground-, space-, or sea-based. This paper will review some of the most common software systems and methods that could be used for controlling such vehicles. Early attempts at mobile robots were confined to simple laboratory environments. For vehicles to(More)
This paper describes the development of a system that uses computational psychology (the Soar cognitive architecture) for the control of unmanned vehicles. A multithreaded software system written using Java and integrated with the Soar cognitive architecture has been implemented on two types of mobile robots. Soar can be used as a general purpose robotic(More)
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