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Tesis de Carlos Hernandez Print E-mail
Written by Ricardo Sanz   
Thursday, 03 October 2013
La tesis de Carlos Hernandez será defendida el 17 de octubre a las 12:30 en el aula Artigas.

Model-based Self-awareness Patterns for Autonomy

This thesis is an solid advance in the formulation and technical reification of the ASys Principles of model-based self-cognition. See ASys Project.

It has produced theoretical models and technical assets for having systems self-handle at run- time for robust autonomy. For that purpose, it has focused on the biologically inspired capability of self-awareness, and explored the possibilities to embed it into the very architecture of software-intensive control systems. The proposed approach goes beyond the customary applications in mobile robotics into the deep waters of autonomous systems domain engineering.

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