The decision-making system for a multi-channel robotic device control

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Abstract

Nowadays, there is a trend of significant robotic devices functionality increase. Accordingly, the robotic devices can perform more operations and have more new ways to control them. Therefore, in some cases there is a situation when the robotic device receives control com-mands, i.e. instructions for performing different operations from different alternative control channels. It is a problem of a command selection for execution when different control channels have contradictory information. If there are multiple control channels, which have fundamen-tally different principle of operation, and multiple commands, which might require the same resources for execution, we need a system that will take into account the specifics of channels and commands, store information about incoming commands and decide which command to execute. In this paper, we will present decision-making system with an internal control conflict resolution mechanism for robotics and the implementation example.

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Gridnev, A. A., Voznenko, T. I., & Chepin, E. V. (2018). The decision-making system for a multi-channel robotic device control. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 123, pp. 149–154). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2018.01.024

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