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31 October 1987 Architecture For Dynamic Task Allocation In A Man-Robot Symbiotic System
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Proceedings Volume 0851, Space Station Automation III; (1987)
Event: Advances in Intelligent Robotics Systems, 1987, Cambridge, CA, United States
This paper presents a methodological approach to the dynamic allocation of tasks in a man-machine symbiotic system in the context of dexterous manipulation and teleoperation. This paper addresses symbiosis containing two partners that work toward controlling a single manipulator arm for the execution of a series of sequential manipulation subtasks. The proposed automated task allocator uses knowledge about the allocation policies of the problem, the available resources, and the tasks to be performed to dynamically allocate tasks to the man and the machine.
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Lynne E. Parker and Francois G. Pin "Architecture For Dynamic Task Allocation In A Man-Robot Symbiotic System", Proc. SPIE 0851, Space Station Automation III, (31 October 1987);

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