A Common Control Language to Support Multiple Cooperating Auvs

@inproceedings{Duarte2005ACC,
  title={A Common Control Language to Support Multiple Cooperating Auvs},
  author={Christiane Duarte and Gerald Martel and Christine Buzzell and Denise M. Crimmins and Rick Komerska and Sai S. Mupparapu and Steve Chappell and D. Richard Blidberg and Robert Nitzel},
  year={2005}
}
The following paper describes the development and current state of a “Common Control Language” (CCL) for autonomous undersea vehicle (AUV) monitoring and control. The CCL is a protocol that will provide a means for different AUVs and their users to communicate a common set of commands and information between one another. It is specifically tailored for AUV platforms and the underwater domain. Recent efforts in developing the language have consisted of refining the AUV basic behavior interface… CONTINUE READING
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