Autonomous robot architecture

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The Autonomous Robot Architecture (AuRA) is the a hybrid deliberative/reactive robot architecture developed by Ronald C. Arkin at the Georgia Institute of Technology.[1] It was developed in mid-1980's. AuRA is one of the first Hybrid Robotic Architecture developed. Hybrid Robotic Architecture forms form combination of reactive and deliberative approaches and gets best from both the approaches.

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