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The purpose of this article is twofold The first goal is to present important issues in designing fault-tolerant systems for autonomous robots. The second is to present the fault-tolerance capabilities we implemented on our autonomous robot. Our approach is characterized by a distributed network...
Maes has proposed a mechanism for action selection (behavioral choice) (Maes, 1989, 1990, 1991 a), which is reviewed here and is evaluated using a simulated environment. This simulated environment is a detailed and complex generalized model of the action selection problem faced by an animal in...
Work in human infancy and behavior-based robotics that grounds intelligent abilities in sensorimotor exchanges between a system and its environment shares recurrent problems of when, whether, and how scaling up from basic to supposedly higher abilities is possible. An action-based model of the...
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