Combining Deliberation, Reactivity, and Motivation in the Context of a Behavior-Based Robot Architecture

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Title: Combining Deliberation, Reactivity, and Motivation in the Context of a Behavior-Based Robot Architecture
Author: Arkin, Ronald C. ; Stoytchev, Alexander
Abstract: This paper describes a hybrid mobile robot architecture that addresses three main challenges for robots living in human-inhabited environments: how to operate in dynamic and unpredictable environment, how to deal with high-level human commands, and how to be engaging and fun for human users. The architecture combines three components: deliberative planning, reactive control, and motivational drives. It has proven useful for controlling mobile robots in man-made environments. Results are reported for a fax delivery mission in a normal office environment.
Type: Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/21559
Date: 2000
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology. Mobile Robot Laboratory
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Deliberative planning
Human-robot interaction
Motivational drives
Reactive control

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