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Control System Framework for Autonomous Robots Based on Extended State Machines
By: Rudol, P.; Merz, T.; Wzorek, M.;
2006 / IEEE / 0-7695-2653-5
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Control System Framework for Autonomous Robots Based on Extended State Machines ' We present a new framework optimized for the design, implementation, and testing of control systems for autonomous robots. It is based on a new visual specification language which specifies both control and data flow, and which is suited to be interpreted in real-time. The framework is divided into a comprehensive development and a lightweight run-time environment. The latter is fully integrated with a real-time operating system and permits to reconfigure a control system without compilation at run time. Moreover, communication in distributed systems is supported. An earlier version of the framework has been successfully applied in an autonomous helicopter and an autonomous ground vehicle project.
Operating Systems (computers)
Control System Framework
Extended State Machines
Visual Specification Language
Real-time Operating System
Communication System Control
Real Time Systems
Control Engineering Computing