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The use of automated action planning techniques is essential for efficient mission execution of mobile robots. However, a tremendous effort is needed to represent planning problem domains realistically to meet the real-world constraints. Therefore, there is another source of uncertainty for mobile robot systems due to the impossibility of perfectly(More)
Automated action planning is crucial for efficient execution of mobile robot missions. Automated planners use complete domain descriptions to construct plans. Nevertheless, there is usually a gap between the real world and its representation. Therefore, there is another source of uncertainty for mobile robot systems due to the impossibility of perfectly(More)
The ARINC 653 specification not only provides a standard application programming interface for an RTOS, but also specifies how to validate an ARINC 653 based RTOS. ARINC 653 Part 3 Conformity Test Specification specifies test procedures for validation of ARINC 653 Part 1 (Required Services Specification). Existing ARINC 653 verification suites and packs do(More)
The ARINC 653 specification defines standardized interfaces between a partitioning Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) and application programs that implement the safety-critical and avionics systems. ARINC 653 requires spatial and temporal isolation between independent executing avionics applications, a.k.a. partitions. Temporal partitioning ensures that(More)
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