DISTRIBUTED ROBOT PROGRAMMING.

G. Gini, M. Gini, E. Pagello, G. Trainito

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Abstract

An analysis is made of the main features of a software system oriented toward the automation of mechanical assemblies. Such a system is under development for a distributed computing architecture, based on a three-level abstraction both hardware and software. The design is based on the following guidelines: the virtual machine must manage both single and complex functional activities, each one corresponding to a physical or abstract process; it must allow interaction between operator and both sensors and motors with regard to communication of status informations and possible error conditions; finally it has to offer the basic primitives for coordinating concurrent processes corresponding to the various manipulator activities.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages61-71
Number of pages11
StatePublished - Jan 1 1980
EventProc - Int Symp on Ind Robots, 10th, Int Conf on Ind Robot Technol, 5th - Milan, Italy
Duration: Mar 5 1980Mar 7 1980

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OtherProc - Int Symp on Ind Robots, 10th, Int Conf on Ind Robot Technol, 5th
CityMilan, Italy
Period3/5/803/7/80

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    Gini, G., Gini, M., Pagello, E., & Trainito, G. (1980). DISTRIBUTED ROBOT PROGRAMMING.. 61-71. Paper presented at Proc - Int Symp on Ind Robots, 10th, Int Conf on Ind Robot Technol, 5th, Milan, Italy, .