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AuRA: principles and practice in review

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This paper reviews key concepts of the Autonomous Robot Architecture (AuRA). Its structure, strengths, and roots in biology are presented. AuRA is a hybrid deliberative reactive robotic architecture that has been developed and refined over the past decade. In this article, particular focus is placed on the reactive behavioural component of this hybrid architecture. Various real world robots that have been implemented using this architectural paradigm are discussed, including a case study of a multiagent robotic team that competed and won the 1994 AAAI Mobile Robot Competition.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 April 1997

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