Real-Time Hierarchical Planning for Multiple Mobile Robots
Martin Herman, James S. Albus
The Multiple Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (MAUV) project is described. The goal of the project is to have multiple underwater vehicles exhibiting intelligent, autonomous, cooperative behavior. The MAUV control system is hierarchically structured and incorporates sensing, world modeling, planning and execution. The levels in the hierarchy include a mission level, a group level, a vehicle task level, and an elemental action level. Issues of real-time planning and dynamic replanning in unstructured environments are discussed.
Proceedings of the DARPA Knowledge-Based Planning Workshop
and Albus, J.
Real-Time Hierarchical Planning for Multiple Mobile Robots, Proceedings of the DARPA Knowledge-Based Planning Workshop, Austin, TX, USA, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=820187
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