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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Dalton, Patrick John
Title Z [infinity] : a framework for reactive autonomous agent specification and analysis
Date 1994-12
Description We propose a framework for the specification and analysis of autonomous agents. In general, such agents require several levels of behavioral specifications, including low-level reflex actions, midlevel controllers to deal with the physical aspects of the world, and high-level representations for goals and plans. In this study, we focus on the midlevel control problem (e.g., obstacle avoidance, grasping, etc.) and explore the following: ; 1. the use of real-time programming languages as behavior specification tools, ; 2. the use of graphical interactive tools, and; 3. the physical based simulation and animation of robotics systems.
Type Text
Subject robots; control systems; real-time programming languages; graphical interactive tools; robotic systems
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Dalton, P. J. (1994). Z [infinity] : a framework for reactive autonomous agent.
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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