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A Visual Analytics Approach to Debugging Cooperative, Autonomous Multi-Robot Systems' Worldviews

  title={A Visual Analytics Approach to Debugging Cooperative, Autonomous Multi-Robot Systems' Worldviews},
  author={S. Bae and Federico Rossi and Joshua Vander Hook and S. Davidoff and Kwan-Liu Ma},
  • S. Bae, Federico Rossi, +2 authors Kwan-Liu Ma
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Autonomous multi-robot systems, where a team of robots shares information to perform tasks that are beyond an individual robot's abilities, hold great promise for a number of applications, such as planetary exploration missions. Each robot in a multi-robot system that uses the shared-world coordination paradigm autonomously schedules which robot should perform a given task, and when, using its worldview--the robot's internal representation of its belief about both its own state, and other… CONTINUE READING

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