Using Models@Runtime for Designing Adaptive Robotics Software: an Experience Report
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Research GroupDivisión de Sistemas e Ingeniería Electrónica (DSIE); Triskell Project, Universite de Rennes, 1
Knowledge AreaLenguajes y Sistemas Informáticos
SponsorsThis work has been partially funded by the EXPLORE project (Spanish MICINN, TIN2009-08572,http://www.dsie.upct.es/proyectos/web_explore/) and the DiVA project (EU FP7 STREP, contract 215412, http://www.ict-diva.eu/)
Bibliographic CitationINGLÉS-ROMERO, Juan F., VICENTE-CHICOTE, Cristina, MORIN, Brice, BARAIS, Olivier. Using Models@Runtime for Designing Adaptive Robotics Software: an Experience Report. En: International Workshop on Model Based Engineering for Robotics (1º: 2010: Oslo, Norway). 1st. International Workshop on Model Based Engineering for Robotics: RoSym`10. October 5th, 2010. Oslo, Norway. Oslo: Artist Consortium. 2010. 10 p.
Adaptación del momento de ejecución
Ingeniería basada en modelos
Model Driven Engineering (MDE)
Robotic systems are becoming increasingly complex, as their tasks and working environments become ever richer. As a result, there is an urgent need to provide robots with self-awareness and self-adaptation capabilities that allow them to autonomously deal, among other things, with software and hardware failures, changes in the environment, or interactions with other systems. The use of high-level models that can be adapted at run-time by the robot itself, promises to signi cantly boost the applicability and performance of robotic systems. This paper reports our experience in applying the DiVA model-driven adaptive approach to a robotics case study, describing its bene ts and limitations for robotics.
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