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Automatic controller synthesizer for different robotic platforms

Abstract

This thesis presents a software tool that transfers a user's high-level task into robot behaviors. The work presented in this thesis is implemented based on the Robot Operating system (ROS). It is an integration work built upon Linear Temporal Logic MissiOn Planning (LTLMoP), Linear Temporal Logic stack (LTLstack) and SmalL bUt Complete GROne Synthesizer (slugs). The upgrades are mainly focused on better user experience, implementing the possible behaviors on the different physical robots and taking the robots to work outside of the lab. The work can automatically provide feedback to the user. The feedback includes the possible failures in mapping between the automaton and related ROS nodes, the possible bugs in the ROS node itself and the possible inappropriate ROS initialization setup

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oaioai:ecommons.cornell.edu:1813/67689Last time updated on 10/29/2019

This paper was published in eCommons@Cornell.

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