Design, Execution, and Postmortem Analysis of Prolonged Autonomous Robot Operations (bibtex)
by S. G. Brunner, P. Lehner, M. J. Schuster, S. Riedel, R. Belder, D. Leidner, A. Wedler, M. Beetz, F. Stulp
Reference:
S. G. Brunner, P. Lehner, M. J. Schuster, S. Riedel, R. Belder, D. Leidner, A. Wedler, M. Beetz, F. Stulp, "Design, Execution, and Postmortem Analysis of Prolonged Autonomous Robot Operations", In IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 1056-1063, 2018.
Bibtex Entry:
@ARTICLE{8260865,
author={S. G. Brunner and P. Lehner and M. J. Schuster and S. Riedel and R. Belder and D. Leidner and A. Wedler and M. Beetz and F. Stulp},
journal={IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters},
title={Design, Execution, and Postmortem Analysis of Prolonged Autonomous Robot Operations},
year={2018},
volume={3},
number={2},
pages={1056-1063},
keywords={aerospace robotics;control engineering computing;mobile robots;multi-robot systems;planetary rovers;software tools;DLR Lightweight Rover Unit;ROBEX mission;design phase;flow control;postmortem analysis phase;profiling capabilities;prolonged autonomous robot operations;runtime phase;seismometers;software tools;space missions;state machine;task implementations;task programming framework RMC;terrestrial applications;unified architecture;unknown rough terrain;History;Measurement;Monitoring;Robots;Runtime;Stakeholders;Software;autonomous agents;field robots;middleware and programming environments;mobile manipulation;space robotics and automation;easecrc_cognitive_capabilities},
doi={10.1109/LRA.2018.2794580},
month={April},
}
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