PROBLEM SOLVING AND AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY RECOVERY: TOWARDS THE DESIGN OF INTELLIGENT ROBOTS.

P. Corti, G. Gini, Maria L Gini, M. Somalvico

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Abstract

Criteria are presented for designing an emergency recovery planner, intended as a program which gives the computer controlling the industrial robot's activity, the ability of automatically deciding and executing the sequence of efforts which the robot has to perform to recover from emergency situations. As an example a special case of an assembly industrial robot confronted with an emergency caused by a defective component part, is dealt with.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages385-395
Number of pages11
StatePublished - Jan 1 1976
Externally publishedYes
EventCISM (Int Cent for the Mech Sci) $—$ IFToMM Symp, 2nd, Prepr, On Theory and Pract of Robots and Manipulators (Ro Man Sy) - Warsaw, Pol
Duration: Sep 14 1976Sep 17 1976

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OtherCISM (Int Cent for the Mech Sci) $—$ IFToMM Symp, 2nd, Prepr, On Theory and Pract of Robots and Manipulators (Ro Man Sy)
CityWarsaw, Pol
Period9/14/769/17/76

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