Intelligent Robotic Systems: Design, Planning, and Control

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Here is a comprehensive presentation of methodology for the design and synthesis of an intelligent complex robotic system, connecting formal tools from discrete system theory, artificial intelligence, neural ne twork, and fuzzy logic. The necessary methods for solving real time ac tion planning, coordination and control problems are described. A nota ble chapter presents a new approach to intelligent robotic agent contr ol acting in a realworld environment based on a lifelong learning appr oach combining ...

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Overview

Here is a comprehensive presentation of methodology for the design and synthesis of an intelligent complex robotic system, connecting formal tools from discrete system theory, artificial intelligence, neural ne twork, and fuzzy logic. The necessary methods for solving real time ac tion planning, coordination and control problems are described. A nota ble chapter presents a new approach to intelligent robotic agent contr ol acting in a realworld environment based on a lifelong learning appr oach combining cognitive and reactive capabilities. Another key featur e is the homogeneous description of all solutions and methods based on system theory formalism.

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Jacak (Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria) deals with the basic research issues associated with each subsystem of an intelligent robotic cell, and discusses how tools and methods from different discrete system theory, artificial intelligence, fuzzy set theory, and neural network analysis can address these issues. The first part gives detailed formal descriptions and solutions of problems in technological process planning and robot motion planning. The methods are for use in the off-line phase of design and synthesis. Part two treats real-time events based on multilevel coordination and control of robotic cells using neural network computing. Different on-line planning and control methods are described depending on the knowledge about the surrounding environment of the robotic agent. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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'The book is clearly written and well organized. It covers recent approaches to the field, including those originated during author's own research. It can be used by experts who look for recent advances in intelligent robotic systems. Also, the book can be recommended as a textbook for an advanced course in the area'
Journal of General Systems, 31:1 (2002)
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Table of Contents

Introduction. Intelligent Robotic Systems. Off-Line Planning, Programming, and Simulation of Intelligent Robotic Systems: Virtual Robotic Cells. Planning of Robotic Cell Actions. OffLine Planning of Robot Motion. CAP/CAM Systems for Robotic Cell Design. Event-Based Real-Time Control of Intelligent Robotic Systems using Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic: The Execution Level of Robotic Agent Action. The Coordination Level of a Multiagent Robotic System. The Organization Level of a Robotic System. RealTime Monitoring. ObjectOriented DiscreteEvent Simulator of Intelligent Robotic Cells. Index.
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