The complexity necessary for robotics software systems to dynamically respond to or handle a variety of evolving scenarios translates into serious development costs and engineering challenges. Dynamic variability is one new strategy for supporting the dynamic behavior of robotics control systems.

(2015). Dynamic variability meets robotics [journal article - articolo]. In COMPUTER. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/56010

Dynamic variability meets robotics

BRUGALI, Davide;
2015-01-01

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The complexity necessary for robotics software systems to dynamically respond to or handle a variety of evolving scenarios translates into serious development costs and engineering challenges. Dynamic variability is one new strategy for supporting the dynamic behavior of robotics control systems.
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Brugali, Davide; Capilla, Rafael; Hinchey, Mike
(2015). Dynamic variability meets robotics [journal article - articolo]. In COMPUTER. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/56010
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