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Faculty of Computer Science

CS6999 Reading Course Presentation



Faculty of Computer Science

CS6999 Reading Course



Adjustable Autonomy in Robotic Systems

By

Josh Dick



Wednesday
,
September 22
nd

, 200
4

3:30 p.m.

ITC317


When conside
ring robot control, typically 3 paradigms are
considered: teleoperation; fully autonomous control; semi
-
autonomous control. Implementing any single one of these into
a robotic system is not ideal for a number of different reasons.
Adjustable Autonomy is t
he idea of varying the level of
autonomy based upon the situation. This allows for the robotic
system to have the advantages of every control paradigm.

This research describes Adjustable Autonomy and Adjustably
Autonomous systems and gives an overview of
a number of
existing implementations.

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