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The level of automation in ground combat vehicles being developed for the Army's objective force is greatly increased over the Army's legacy force. This automation is taking many forms in emerging ground vehicles; varying from operator decision aides to fully autonomous unmanned systems. The development of these intelligent ground vehicles requires a(More)
  • Fred Proctor, Will Shackleford, +6 authors Mark Bankard
  • 1995
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a modular definition of components for machine control, and a specification to their interfaces, with broad application to robots, machine tools, and coordinate measuring machines. These components include individual axis control, coordinated trajectory generation, discrete(More)
The level of automation in combat vehicles being developed for the Army's objective force is greatly increased over the Army's legacy force. This automation is taking many forms in emerging vehicles; varying from operator decision aides to fully autonomous unmanned systems. The development of these intelligent vehicles requires a thorough understanding of(More)
In this paper, we show how the 4D/RCS (real-time control system) architecture incorporates and integrates multiple types of disparate information into a common, unifying framework. 4D/RCS is based on the supposition that different information modeling techniques offer different advantages. 4D/RCS allows for the capability to capture information in(More)
In this paper, we show how the 4D/RCS architecture incorporates and integrates multiple types of disparate knowledge representation techniques into a common, unifying framework. 4D/RCS is based on the supposition that different knowledge representation techniques offer different advantages, and 4D/RCS is designed in such a way as to combine the strengths of(More)
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