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Reactive Deliberation: An Architecture for Real-Time Intelligent Control in Dynamic Environments

@inproceedings{Sahota1994ReactiveDA,
  title={Reactive Deliberation: An Architecture for Real-Time Intelligent Control in Dynamic Environments},
  author={Michael K. Sahota},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={1994}
}
Reactive deliberation is a novel robot architecture that has been designed to overcome some of the problems posed by dynamic robot environments. It is argued that the problem of action selection in nontrivial domains cannot be intelligently resolved without attention to detailed planning. Experimental evidence is provided that the goals and actions of a robot must be evaluated at a rate commensurate with changes in the environment. The goal-oriented behaviours of reactive deliberation are a… Expand
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