Parallel Fault Tolerant Robot Control

@inproceedings{Walker1992ParallelFT,
  title={Parallel Fault Tolerant Robot Control},
  author={� Walker},
  year={1992}
}
  • � Walker
  • Published 1992
Most robot controllers today employ a single processor architecture As robot control requirements become more complex these serial controllers have di culty providing the desired response time Additionally with robots being used in environments that are hazardous or inaccessible to humans fault tolerant robotic systems are particularly desirable A uniprocessor control architecture cannot o er tolerance of processor faults Use of multiple processors for robot control o ers two advantages over… CONTINUE READING

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