Emotion-based control of cooperating heterogeneous mobile robots

@article{Murphy2002EmotionbasedCO,
  title={Emotion-based control of cooperating heterogeneous mobile robots},
  author={Robin R. Murphy and Christine L. Lisetti and Russ Tardif and Liam Irish and Aaron Gage},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Robotics and Automation},
  year={2002},
  volume={18},
  pages={744-757}
}
Previous experiences show that it is possible for agents such as robots cooperating asynchronously on a sequential task to enter deadlock, where one robot does not fulfil its obligations in a timely manner due to hardware or planning failure, unanticipated delays, etc. Our approach uses a formal multilevel hierarchy of emotions where emotions both modify active behaviors at the sensory-motor level and change the set of active behaviors at the schematic level. The resulting implementation of a… CONTINUE READING

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