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A prototype infrastructure for distributed robot-agent-person teams

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A prototype infrastructure for distributed robot-agent-person teams
Effective coordination of robots, agents and people promises to improve the safety, robustness and quality with which shared goals are achieved by harnessing the highly heterogeneous entities’ diverse capabilities. Proxy-based integration architectures are emerging as a standard method for coordinating teams of heterogeneous entities. Such architectures are designed to meet imposing challenges such as ensuring that the diverse capabilities of the group members are effectively utilized, avoiding miscoordination in a noisy, uncertain environment and reacting flexibly to changes in the environment. However, we contend that previous architectures have gone too far in taking coordination responsibility away from entities and giving it to proxies. Our goal is to create a proxy-based integration infrastructure where there is a beneficial symbiotic relationship between the proxies and the team members. By leveraging the coordination abilities of both proxies and socially capable team memb...
Paul Scerri, David V. Pynadath, W. Lewis Johnson,
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ATAL
Authors Paul Scerri, David V. Pynadath, W. Lewis Johnson, Paul S. Rosenbloom, Mei Si, Nathan Schurr, Milind Tambe
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