• Behavioral Models of the Praying Mantis as a Basis for Robotic Behavior 

      Ali, Khaled Subhi; Arkin, Ronald C.; Cervantes-Pérez, Francisco; Weitzenfeld, Alfredo (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999)
      Formal models of animal sensorimotor behavior can provide effective methods for generating robotic intelligence. In this article we describe how schema-theoretic models of the praying mantis derived from behavioral and ...
    • Design and Implementation of a Teleautonomous Hummer 

      Ali, Khaled Subhi; Arkin, Ronald C.; Balch, Tucker; Bentivegna, Darrin Charles (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      Autonomous and semi-autonomous full-sized ground vehicles are becoming increasingly important, particularly in military applications. Here we describe the instrumentation of one such vehicle, a 4-wheel drive Hummer, for ...
    • Implementing Schema-Theoretic Models of Animal Behavior in Robotic Systems 

      Ali, Khaled Subhi; Arkin, Ronald C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      Formal models of animal sensorimotor behavior can provide effective methods for generating robotic intelligence. In this paper we describe how schema-theoretic models of the praying mantis are implemented on a hexapod ...
    • Integration of Reactive and Telerobotic Control in Multi-Agent Robotic Systems 

      Ali, Khaled Subhi; Arkin, Ronald C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1994)
      Multi-agent schema-based reactive robotic systems are complemented with the addition of a new behavior controlled by a teleoperator. This enables the whole society to be affected as a group rather than forcing the operator ...
    • Multiagent Teleautonomous Behavioral Control 

      Ali, Khaled Subhi; Arkin, Ronald C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997)
      Multiagent schema-based reactive robotic systems are complemented with the addition of a new behavior controlled by a human operator. This enables the whole society to be affected as a group rather than forcing the operator ...