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Commercial software tools for intelligent autonomous systems

Commercial software tools for intelligent autonomous systems
Commercial software tools for intelligent autonomous systems
This article identifies some of the commercial software tools that can potentially be examined, or relied upon for their techniques, within new EPSRC projects entitled "Reconfigurable Autonomy" and "Distributed Sensing and Control.." awarded and to be undertaken between Liverpool, Southampton and Surrey Universities in the next 4 years. Although such projects strive to produce new techniques of various kinds, the software reviewed here could also influence, shape and help to integrate the algorithmic outcome of all 16 projects awarded within the EPSRC Autonomous and Intelligent Systems programme early 2012. To avoid mis-representation of technololgies provided by the software producer companies listed, most of this review is based on using quotes from original product descriptions.
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Veres, Sandor
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Veres, Sandor, Lincoln, N.L., Adolsson, Patrik and Molnar, Levente (2012) Commercial software tools for intelligent autonomous systems CogPrints

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This article identifies some of the commercial software tools that can potentially be examined, or relied upon for their techniques, within new EPSRC projects entitled "Reconfigurable Autonomy" and "Distributed Sensing and Control.." awarded and to be undertaken between Liverpool, Southampton and Surrey Universities in the next 4 years. Although such projects strive to produce new techniques of various kinds, the software reviewed here could also influence, shape and help to integrate the algorithmic outcome of all 16 projects awarded within the EPSRC Autonomous and Intelligent Systems programme early 2012. To avoid mis-representation of technololgies provided by the software producer companies listed, most of this review is based on using quotes from original product descriptions.

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Submitted date: 28 February 2012
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Organisations: Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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Local EPrints ID: 335228
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/335228
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Date deposited: 13 Mar 2012 11:42
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 06:11

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Author: Sandor Veres
Author: N.L. Lincoln
Author: Patrik Adolsson
Author: Levente Molnar

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