Autonomous robot architecture
The Autonomous Robot Architecture (AuRA) is the a hybrid deliberative/reactive robot architecture developed by Ronald C. Arkin at the Georgia Institute of Technology. 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.
- Three-layer architecture
- Servo, subsumption, and symbolic architecture
- Distributed architecture for mobile navigation (DAMN)
- ATLANTIS architecture
- Arkin, R.C.; Balch, T. (1997). "AuRA: principles and practice in review". Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence. 9 (2–3): 175–189. doi:10.1080/095281397147068. Retrieved 2008-04-06.