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In the proceedings of the American Nuclear Society Seventh Topical Meeting on Robots and Remote Systems, Augusta, GA. April 1997
 

Summary: In the proceedings of the American Nuclear Society Seventh Topical Meeting on Robots and Remote
Systems, Augusta, GA. April 1997
Employing MASC to Control Multiple Mobile Robots
Julie A. Adams
Human Factors Laboratory
Eastman Kodak Company
Rochester, NY 14653
adamsj@kodak.com
Abstract
Over the last few decades roboticist have attempted to
develop systems which are capable of successfully completing
tasks in dynamic environments. Unfortunately, the community has
not been as successful with their developments as was once
projected. We have previously presented our approach to
developing a semi-autonomous system which combines a human
supervisor and robotic agents into a team. This paper will briefly
review our Mediation Hierarchy theory, the Multiple Agent
Supervisory Control (MASC) interface and our robotic test bed.
We will also present a description of the experimentation which
was performed with this system, review the results and discuss

  

Source: Adams, Julie A. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences