UML-Based Service Robot Software Development: A Case Study 129 Within the domain of software engineering, many approaches have been suggested for a systematic and complete system analysis and design, and for the capture of specifications. The object-oriented paradigm (Booch, 1994; Jacobson, 1992) is a widely-accepted approach.
When developing service robot software, it is a challenging problem to design the robot architecture by carefully considering user needs and requirements, implement robot application components based on the architecture, and integrate these components in a systematic and comprehensive way for maintainability and reusability.
This chapter proposes COROS, a new multi-agent software architecture for cooperative and autonomous service robots with the objective to make easier the design and development of multi-robot applications.
The development of automatic speech recognition (ASR) systems plays a crucial role in their performance as well as their integration with spoken dialogue systems for controlling service robots. However, to the best of our knowledge, there is no research in the literature addressing the development of ASR systems and their integration with service robots from the software engineering perspective.
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The development of automatic speech recognition (ASR) systems plays a crucial role in their performance as well as their integration with spoken dialogue s UML-based robotic speech recognition development: A case study - IEEE Conference Publication.
UML-Based Service Robot Software Development: A Case Study Universal Design with Robots Toward the Wide Use of Robots in Daily Life Environment Development of Common Platform Technology for Next-Generation Robots.
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Currently, industrial robots are decisive in modern production facilities, and in a near future, robots will also become essential in daily life. In fact, the main aim of robotic manipulator relies on the integration of robots into people’s daily. To this purpose, there are a great number of physical devices, such as sensors, actuators, auxiliary elements, tools etc. which can be.
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Our robot has an easier design and control system than other hybrid robots. The software and hardware control in the process of performing five robot tasks are considered. These are the walking, rolling, switching, turning and spinning. In the switching task, we show the control method based on minimization of total energycost.
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UML-Based Service Robot Software Development: A Case Study, Minseong Kim, Suntae Kim, Sooyong Park, Sogang University, Korea; Mun-Taek Choi, Munsang Kim, KIST, Korea; Hassan Gomaa, George Mason University, USA Analysis of the Interaction between Practices for Introducing XP Effectively, Osamu Kobayashi, SRA, Japan; Mitsuyoshi Kawabata, Agileware.
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The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a general-purpose, developmental, modeling language in the field of software engineering that is intended to provide a standard way to visualize the design of a system. The creation of UML was originally motivated by the desire to standardize the disparate notational systems and approaches to software design.