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A Motion Description Language and a Hybrid Architecture for Motion Planning with Nonholonomic Robots
This paper puts forward a formal basis for behavior-based robotics, using techniques that have been successful in control- theory-based approaches for steering and stabilizing robots that are subject to nonholonomic ...
Motion Control and Coupled Oscillators
It is remarkable that despite the presence of large numbers of degrees of freedom, motion control problems are effectively solved in biological systems. While feedback, regulation and tracking have served us well in ...