4-D/RCS, a reference model architecture for Demo III

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Robotics -- Military applications -- Standards -- United States., Robots -- Control systems -- Standards -- United St
Other titles4-D, RCS., 4 D, RCS.
StatementJames S. Albus.
SeriesNISTIR -- 5994.
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4-D/RCS Physical Reference Data; Standard Reference Data (SRD) Computer Security Resource Center 4-D/RCS A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III. Published. March 1, Author(s) Unmanned Systems, Control, intelligent control, operational architecture, reference model architecture.

Created March 1,Updated Novem Cited by: The 4-D/RCS reference model architecture is intended to facilitate the integration of a wide variety of subsystems from many different sources into the DOD Demo III program.

Citation NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR) -Cited by: 1. * This paper is a condensation of 4-D/RCS: A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III, NISTIRMarch ABSTRACT 4-D/RCS is a reference model architecture that integrates the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) RCS Real-time Control System [Albus & Meystel],with the German (Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen) VaMoRs texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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Open Library. Abstract: 4D/RCS is the reference model architecture currently being developed for the Demo III Experimental Unmanned Vehicle program. 4D/RCS integrates the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) RCS (real-time control system) with the German (Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen) VaMoRs 4D approach (3 dimensions+time) to dynamic machine by: D/RCS is a reference model architecture that integrates the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) RCS Real-time Control System [Albus & Meystel],with the German (Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen) VaMoRs 4D approach to dynamic machine vision [Dickmanns].

4-D/RCS will provide the DOD Demo III project with an open system operational architecture that will facilitate the Author: James S.

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Albus. 4-D/RCS is the reference model architecture currently being developed for the Demo III Experimental Unmanned Vehicle program.

4-D/RCS integrates the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) RCS (Real-time Control System). 4-D/RCS: A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III.

By James S. Albus. Abstract * This paper is a condensation of 4-D/RCS: A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III, NISTIR Year: OAI identifier: oai: Author: James S. Albus. 4D/RCS Software on Demo III • NML – Neutral Messaging Language that provides the basic communication services for the Demo III software • LADAR image processing, terrain analysis, obstacle detection and avoidance, object classification • World model map, real-time map generation and maintenance, object representation, iconic-symbolic pointersFile Size: 6MB.

4D/RCS is the reference model architecture currently being developed for the Demo III Experimental Unmanned Vehicle program. 4D/RCS integrates the NIST (National Institute of Standards and. Get this from a library. 4-D/RCS, a reference model architecture for Demo III.

[James Sacra Albus; National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)]. D/RCS is a reference model architecture that integrates the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) RCS Real-time Control System [Albus & Meystel],with the German (Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen) VaMoRs 4D approach to dynamic machine vision [Dickmanns].

4-D/RCS will provide the DOD Demo III project with an open system operational architecture that will facilitate the. The 4D/RCS Reference Model Architecture is a reference model for military unmanned vehicles on how their software components should be identified and organized.

The 4D/RCS has been developed by the Intelligent Systems Division (ISD) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) since the s. This reference model is based on the general Real-time Control System (RCS) Reference.

Other WM processes use that knowledge to generate estimates and predictions that support perception, reasoning, and planning at every level.

4D/RCS was developed for the Army Research Laboratory Demo III program. To date, only the lower levels of the 4D/RCS architecture have been fully implemented, but the results have been extremely positive. Albus, J.S.: 4-D/RCS: A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III.

National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, NISTIR () Google Scholar by: 4. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): * This paper is a condensation of 4-D/RCS: A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III, NISTIR The 4D/RCS Reference Model Architecture is a reference model for military unmanned vehicles on how their software components should be identified and organized.

The 4D/RCS has been developed by the Intelligent Systems Division (ISD) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) since the s. This reference model is based on the general Real-time Control System (RCS. 4-D/RCS Reference Model Architecture for Demo III Version Revised6/27/97 4-D/RCS A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III Version Objective To provide a reference model architecture for the design, engineering, integration, and test of intelligent supervised-autonomy controllers for unmanned ground vehicle by:   Other WM processes use that knowledge to generate estimates and predictions that support perception, reasoning, and planning at every level.

4D/RCS was developed for the Army Research Laboratory Demo III program. To date, only the lower levels of the 4D/RCS architecture have been fully implemented, but the results have been extremely by: The Demo III Unmanned Ground Vehicle Program is designed to advance and demonstrate the technology required to develop future unmanned ground combat vehicles through three major thrusts: (1.

4D/RCS architecture is based on scientific principles and is consistent with military hierarchical command doctrine. The 4D/RCS reference model architecture is naturally adaptable to the DoD/Army standards in a combined domain of vehicle systems, combat support, and software engineering.

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4D-RCS reference model architecture for an individual 1, × ; KB 4D-RCS reference model architecture typical high level block × ; 73 KB RCS NODE Internal × ; 56 KB.

The 4D/RCS Reference Model Architecture is a reference model for military unmanned vehicles on how their software components should be identified and organized.

4D/RCS has been developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). It is based on the general Real-time Control System (RCS) Reference Model Architecture, and has been applied to many kinds of robot control. Figure 2.

4-D/RCS Reference Model Architecture for an individual vehicle. 4 Demo III and FCS. We are developing a large-scale simulation environment that will enable us, along with others, to design the control hierarchy, populate the control nodes, run the system in simulation, debug it, and generate code.

XUV platforms and is consistent with the Demo III Reference Model Architecture1 (4-D/RCS). This architecture defines functional processes at each level of a hierarchy that correspond to the typical operational units in a military organization.

This enables the 4-D/RCS architecture to map directly into the military command and control structure Cited by: 1. Albus, J.: 4-D/RCS: A Reference Model Architecture for Demo III.

NISTIRGaithersburg, MD (March ) Google ScholarAuthor: Craig I. Schlenoff. A reference model provides a framework for the specification of functional requirements, the design of software to meet those requirements, and the testing of components and systems.

A block diagram of a 4D/RCS reference model architecture is shown in Fig. Each node in the architecture represents an operational unit in an organizational Cited by: 4-D/RCS: a reference model architecture for Demo III. James S.

Albus; Computer Science, Engineering; Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Intelligent Control (ISIC) held jointly with IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in. The most recent version of RCS (4D/RCS) embeds elements of Dickmanns (, ) 4-D approach to machine vision within the RCS control architecture.

4D/RCS was designed for the U.S. Army Research Lab AUTONAV and Demo III Experimental Unmanned Vehicle programs and has been adopted by the Army Future Combat System program for Autonomous Cited by: An intelihensya artipisyal in kabaltok han mga makina, ngan sanga han syensa kompyuter nga may panuyuan maghimo hini.

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This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the project's importance scale.Albus, J.

An engineering architecture for intelligent systems. In Proceedings of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Fall Symposium Series.

Google Scholar; Albus, J. S. 4-D/RCS: A reference model architecture demo III, Technical Report NIST Technical NoteU.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST, Gaithersburg Cited by: Department of Defence / Angers Technical Centre C o n t r o l A r c h i t e c t u r e s o f R o b o t s 2 0 0 6 1 / 24 Pleading for open modular architectures Interests and issues about.