Robot Controllers for Highly Dynamic Environments with Real-time Constraints
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- Ferrein, A. Künstl Intell (2010) 24: 175. doi:10.1007/s13218-010-0041-3
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In this extended abstract we describe the robot programming and planning language Readylog, a Golog dialect which was developed to support the decision making of robots acting in dynamic real-time domains like robotic soccer. The formal framework of Readylog, which is based on the situation calculus, features imperative control structures like loops and procedures, allows for decision-theoretic planning, and accounts for a continuously changing world. We developed high-level controllers in Readylog for our soccer robots in RoboCup’s Middle-size league, but also for service robots and for autonomous agents in interactive computer games.