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Robotic air vehicle. Blending artificial intelligence with conventional software

@inproceedings{Mcnulty1987RoboticAV,
  title={Robotic air vehicle. Blending artificial intelligence with conventional software},
  author={Christa Mcnulty and Joyce L. Graham and Paul Roewer},
  year={1987}
}
The Robotic Air Vehicle (RAV) system is described. The program's objectives were to design, implement, and demonstrate cooperating expert systems for piloting robotic air vehicles. The development of this system merges conventional programming used in passive navigation with Artificial Intelligence techniques such as voice recognition, spatial reasoning, and expert systems. The individual components of the RAV system are discussed as well as their interactions with each other and how they… 
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