Evaluating Cognitive Architectures for Intelligent and Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles

Lyle N. Long, Scott D. Hanford

Unmanned vehicles, or mobile robots, have become increasingly important for both civilian and military applications. Both intelligence and autonomy are important for these vehicles and their continued success. Using cognitive architectures in these systems presents an intriguing possibility for developing unmanned vehicles that can behave intelligently and autonomously. While this is not a traditional application of cognitive architectures, it is an area where they could have a profound effect. It is important to evaluate the suitability of existing architectures, as well as plan for the development of new ones.

Subjects: 2. Architectures; 17. Robotics

Submitted: May 18, 2007

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