Robotics and Factories of the Future ’87 pp 625-635
Robot Programming Languages—A State of the Art Survey
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- Srihari K., Deisenroth M.P. (1988) Robot Programming Languages—A State of the Art Survey. In: Radharamanan R. (eds) Robotics and Factories of the Future ’87. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
The brief history of textual robot programming language development through the last two decades is traced. Individual languages are then reviewed with respect to their inherent characteristics such as data types, control structures, use of sensors, interfacing capacity with external machines, etc. Reviewed languages range from WAVE released in the early 1970’s to AML/X developed in 1986.
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