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Robotic Autonomy and Control: Army Research
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Editors: Taylor C. Mueller and Melissa E. Bynes
Book Description:
This book explores robotic autonomy and control with a focus on the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's initiation of research targeting robotics technologies for asymmetric warfare in urban terrain. The vision for this tactical domain calls for small robots suited to maneuver indoors as well as outdoors, perhaps sharing space with troops, with sensors to perceive the immediate surroundings, and sufficient intelligence to enable unsupervised operation. Also discussed is the scalability of robotic controllers and the effects of progressive levels of autonomy on robotic reconnaissance tasks and intuitive speech-based robotic control. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface

A Platform for Developing Autonomy Technologies for Small Military Robots
(Gary Haas, Jason Owens, Jim Spangler, Army Research Laboratory)pp.1-30

Scalability of Robotic Controllers: Effects of Progressive Levels of Autonomy on Robotic Reconnaissance Tasks
(Rodger A. Pettitt, Elizabeth S. Redden, Estrellina Pacis, Christian B. Carstens, Army Research Laboratory)pp.31-82

Intuitive Speech-Based Robotic Control
(Elizabeth S. Redden, Christian B. Carstens, Rodger A. Pettitt, Army Research Laboratory)pp.83-124

Index pp.125-128

   Series:
      Robotics Research and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012 1st quarter
   Pages: 128.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-62100-605-3
   Status: AV
  
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