Towards Incremental Development of Human-Agent-Robot Applications using Mixed-Reality Testbeds

@inproceedings{Jakob2012TowardsID,
  title={Towards Incremental Development of Human-Agent-Robot Applications using Mixed-Reality Testbeds},
  author={Michal Jakob and Michal Pechoucek and Michal C{\'a}p and Peter Nov{\'a}k and Ondřej Vaněk},
  year={2012}
}
Testing and evaluation is an essential part of developing applications involving teams of humans, agents and robots. In such applications, individual algorithms cannot be reliably tested in isolation because their performance depends on complex interactions with the environment and with other humans, agents and robots involved. At the same time, testing with real robots and human individuals is costly and potentially dangerous. We propose an incremental development framework employing mixed… CONTINUE READING

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