Orccad, a framework for safe robot control design and implementation

Abstract : Robotic systems are typical examples of hybrid systems where continuous time aspects, related to control laws, must be carefully merged with discrete-time aspects related to control switches and exception handling. These two aspects interact in real-time to ensure an efficient nominal behaviour of the system together with safe and graceful degradation otherwise. In a mixed synchronous/asynchronous approach, ranging from user's requirements to run-time code, Orccad provides formalised real-time control structures, the coordination of which is specified using the \esterel\ synchronous language. CAD tools have been developed and integrated to help the users along the steps of the design, verification, implementation and exploitation processes.
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Daniel Simon, Roger Pissard-Gibollet, Soraya Arias. Orccad, a framework for safe robot control design and implementation. 1st National Workshop on Control Architectures of Robots : software approaches and issues CAR'06, Apr 2006, Montpellier, France. ⟨inria-00385258⟩

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