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A Survey on Trust Metrics for Autonomous Robotic Systems

  title={A Survey on Trust Metrics for Autonomous Robotic Systems},
  author={Vincenzo DiLuoffo and William R. Michalson},
Abstract— This paper surveys the area of “Trust Metrics” related to security for autonomous robotic systems. As the robotics industry undergoes a transformation from programmed, task oriented, systems to Artificial Intelligence-enabled learning, these autonomous systems become vulnerable to several security risks, making a security assessment of these systems of critical importance. Therefore, our focus is on a holistic approach for assessing system trust which requires incorporating system… 


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