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Object-Oriented Methods for Distributed Control Architectures

@inproceedings{BeckerObjectOrientedMF,
  title={Object-Oriented Methods for Distributed Control Architectures},
  author={Leandro Buss Becker and Carlos Eduardo Pereira and Robert W. Brennan and Martyn Fletcher and Douglas H. Norrie}
}
O BJECT-ORIENTED approaches offer many advantages for robotics and automation (R&A). Just as the object-oriented approach helped the software discipline enter the realm of engineering, it will become the backbone of real automation and robotics system products. With the adoption of this approach, the term software architecture, " for the first time, assumed the rigorous meaning we are used to in the civil, mechanical, electronic, and other engineering disciplines. Similarly, a rigorous… 

Software stability in the robotics domain: issues and challenges

  • D. BrugaliM. Reggiani
  • Computer Science
    IRI -2005 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration, Conf, 2005.
  • 2005
This paper formulates the problem of developing stable software systems in the robotics domain, analyses issues that make the problem hard, and identifies challenges the robotics community has to face in order to build stableSoftware systems.

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