Multiple objective behavior-based control

  title={Multiple objective behavior-based control},
  author={Paolo Pirjanian},
  journal={Robotics and Autonomous Systems},
The notion of optimality and its feasibility are revisited in the context of behavior-based control. It is argued that optimal behavior is not feasible for real-world applications. As an alternative to optimality I promote Pareto-optimalandsatisficing solutions which correspond to efficient and “good enough” behavior. It is then demonstrated that multiple objective decision theoryprovides a suitable framework for formulating behavior-based controllers that generate Pareto-optimal and… CONTINUE READING
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