There is an increasing need for integrating sensory feedback into the robot system. This will provide better flexibility and will improve the capacity of the robot to reason and make decisions in real time.
This report discusses the current issues related to the development and application of intelligent robots. The report surveys the essential features of an intelligent robot. These features are sensing, off-line programming, task level programming, adaptive control and knowledge representation.
Such a robot should be knowledge driven. It should "know" about objects and work plans, this knowledge should provide the capability for the robot to handle uncertainty in sensory data and to arbitrate between sensors in the event of conflicts.
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Biegel, John E.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Moulavi, Abol H., "Intelligent Robots" (1987). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 5070.
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