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An Agent Based Design Process for Cognitive Architectures in Robotics

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An Agent Based Design Process for Cognitive Architectures in Robotics
Nowadays, robots have to face very complex tasks, often requiring collaboration between several individuals. As a consequence, robotics can be considered one of the most suitable paradigms for agent-based software. In this work, we present an approach to the design of distributed multi-agent architectures for mobile robotics, that is based on the Unified Modeling Language. Our main goal is to provide a framework to perform a rigorous agent-based design process for this kind of systems both in the case of a single robot, and in a multi-robot scenario. Our methodology allows the designer to use system requirements in order to identify agents, and decide if they have to be implemented in a single mobile platform, or they're spread over many cooperative ones, or even shared by some repository. Details of the methodology, system implementation using FIPA-OS environment, along with real and simulated experiments are reported.
Antonio Chella, Massimo Cossentino, Ignazio Infant
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where WOA
Authors Antonio Chella, Massimo Cossentino, Ignazio Infantino, Roberto Pirrone
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