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DyKnow : A Framework for Processing Dynamic Knowledge and Object Structures in Autonomous Systems
2004 (English)In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Monitoring, Security, and Rescue Techniques in Multi-Agent Systems (MSRAS) / [ed] Barbara Dunin-Keplicz, Andrzej Jankowski, Andrzej Skowron, Marcin Szczuka, Springer, 2004, 479-492Conference paper (Refereed)
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Any autonomous system embedded in a dynamic and changing environment must be able to create qualitative knowledge and object structures representing aspects of its environment on the fly from raw or preprocessed sensor data in order to reason qualitatively about the environment. These structures must be managed and made accessible to deliberative and reactive functionalities which are dependent on being situationally aware of the changes in both the robotic agent’s embedding and internal environment. DyKnow is a software framework which provides a set of functionalities for contextually accessing, storing, creating and processing such structures. The system is implemented and has been deployed in a deliberative/reactive architecture for an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle. The architecture itself is distributed and uses real-time CORBA as a communications infrastructure. We describe the system and show how it can be used in execution monitoring and chronicle recognition scenarios for UAV applications.

Advances in Soft Computing, ISSN 1867-5662 ; 28
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Computer Science
URN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-22981DOI: 10.1007/3-540-32370-8_37Local ID: 2354ISBN: 978-3540232452OAI: diva2:243294
Available from2009-10-07 Created:2009-10-07 Last updated:2012-01-19

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