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A Generic Sensor Interface in Robot Simulation and Control

@inproceedings{Cederberg1999AGS,
  title={A Generic Sensor Interface in Robot Simulation and Control},
  author={Per Cederberg and Magnus Olsson and Gunnar Bolmsj{\"o}},
  year={1999}
}
Focusing on creating a module which will cooperate with Computer Aided Robotics (CAR) applications used both off-line and on-line, this paper outlines a generic interface, i.e. an architecture that can handle virtual as well as physical sensors in a transparent way to the user. The design which allows autonomous behavior at sensor level, is exemplified with an implementation for arc welding using a seam tracking device and a control unit connected to a CAR application. In this context, a… 

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