Towards a Language for Understanding Architectural Choices in Robotics

Abstract : The paper presents a reflexion on the state of the art in robot control architectures and evokes the main challenge for their design: the management of domain expertise. It shows the perspective of the production and the use of a Domain Specific Language dedicated to robots architects, to overcome the limitation of current software engineering techniques. The first step in this aim is to perform a domain analysis to define both terminology and concepts that can be understood by most of robot architects. To this end, we propose, as a first basis, a conceptual model for explaining robot control architecture design applied to two examples.
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Robin Passama, David Andreu. Towards a Language for Understanding Architectural Choices in Robotics. ICRA'07: Workshop Software Development and Integration in Robotics "Understanding Robot Software Architectures", Apr 2007, Roma, Italy, pp.CD-ROM. ⟨lirmm-00202641⟩

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