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Fuzzy Logic in Autonomous Robotics: behavior coordination

A. Saffiotti

Abstract
Most current architectures for autonomous robots are based on a decomposition of the control problem into small units of control, or behaviors. While this decomposition has a number of advantages, it brings about the problem of having to coordinate the execution of different units in order to obtain a globally coherent behavior. In this paper, we discuss how fuzzy logic can be used, and has been used, to address this problem.
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A. Saffiotti. Fuzzy Logic in Autonomous Robotics: behavior coordination. Proc. of the 6th IEEE Intl. Conf. on Fuzzy Systems, pp. 573-578. Barcelona, Spain, 1997.
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