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NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM)

James Sacra Albus

NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM)

by James Sacra Albus

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Robots -- Control systems -- Standards,
  • Manipulators (Mechanism) -- Standards,
  • Space stations -- Standards

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNASA NBS Standard Reference Model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM)
    StatementJames S. Albus, Harry G. McCain, and Ronald Lumia
    SeriesNIST technical note -- 1235, NIST technical note -- 1235
    ContributionsMcCain, Harry G, Lumia, Ronald, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 76 p.
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14703148M

    A distributed architecture for on-orbit laboratory automation and robotics using COTS components. The NASA/NBS standard reference model for telerobot control system architecture. Human thermal model evaluation for portable life support system control development. Introduction to the special issue: Intelligent control for manipulation - Volume 12 Issue 2 - David Gershon R., “ NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM) ” NBS Technical Note (06 ). 3.

      Teleo-Reactive Programs and the Triple-Tower Architecture there is one that I think will play a prominent role in many future systems. This architecture is an adaptation of the popular three-level ones that have McCain, H. G., and Lumia, R., “NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM. J. S. Albus, H. G. McCain, and R. Lumia, `` NASA/NBS standard reference model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM),'' Technical Note , National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, April M. W. Gertz and D. B. Stewart, ``A human-machine interface to support reconfigurable software assembly for virtual.

    [4] Albus, J. S. (c), Concept of reference model architecture for real time intelligent control system (ARTICS), NIST/NBS TECH NO. [5] Albus, J. S. , RCS: A reference model architecture for intelligent control, IEEE Computer M, NBS: скачать бесплатно. Электронная библиотека. Поиск книг Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.


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NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM) by James Sacra Albus Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are five major elements required for the development of an intelligent robot system. Four of these are architectures: 1. Conceptual architecture 2. Functional architecture 3.

Software architecture 4. Hardwarearchitecture The fifth element is the software development by:   Standard Reference Data (SRD) Computer Security Resource Center (CSRC) NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM) Published.

Ap Author(s) James S. Albus, H Mccain, Ronald Lumia. Abstract NASA by: Get this from a library. NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM).

[James Sacra Albus; Harry G McCain; Ronald Lumia; United States. National Bureau of Standards.]. The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Telerobot Control System Architecture has been adopted as the functional architecture for the FTS project.

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In recent years, other architectures have been created with similar attributes but two features distinguish the 3T architecture: 1) a variety of useful software tools have been created to help implement this architecture on multiple real robots;, and 2) this architecture, or parts of it, have been implemented on a varietyofvery different robot.

The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM) was developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to provide a software control system architecture guideline for use by development contractors charged with building the Flight Telerobot Servicer (FTS) control system.

The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) defines a logical computing architecture for telerobotics, derived from a number of concepts developed in previous and on-going research programs, including the NASA OAST telerobotics research program at JPL, Langley Research Center.

The Servo Level supports algorithms for robot manipulator control found in the literature.-The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Telerobot Control System Architecture, as presented in Albus, et. al.', defines the basic architecture for a robot control system capable of teleoperation and autonomy in one system.

activities going on outside JPL. Section 6 compares the NASA-NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM), adopted by GSFC for the FTS, with the architecture of the prototype system described in section 4. Readers interested in planning the development and evolution of space telerobot systems will.

In order for the FTS to evolve from teleoperation to autonomy, NASA requires that the NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) be used as the functional architecture for the control system. The quest for autonomy inevitably leads to the need for sophisticated sensors and sensory : R.

Lumia. An overview of Nasrem - The NASA/NBS standard reference model for telerobot control system architecture. A System-of-Systems Perspective on Information Fusion Systems: Architecture Representation and Evaluation.

Ali K. Raz and. Abstract The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Telerobot Control System Architecture defines a logical computing architecture for robotics.

The architecture provides a framework for integrating a variety of control techniques, and for combining teleoperation and autonomy in one system. The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM) provides the framework for a complete manipulator control system.

It is composed of three hierarchies: task decomposition, world modeling, and sensory processing. The task decomposition hierarchy divides tasks into smaller and smaller subtasks. The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Telerobot Control System Architecture, as presented in [8], defines the basic architecture for a robot conml system capable of teleoperation and autonomy inone system.

Recently, efforts have been directed at specifying in detail the architecture requirements for robotic manipulation.

An important criterionCited by: The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Telerobot Control System Architecture defines a logical computing architecture for robotics. The architecture provides a framework for integrating a variety of control techniques, and for combining teleoperation and autonomy in one by: 4.

The NASREM telerobot control system architecture defines a set of standard modules and interfaces which facilitates software design, development, validation, and test, and make possible the integration of telerobotics software from a wide variety of sources.

The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM) provides the framework for a complete manipulator control system. It is composed of three hierarchies: task decomposition, world modeling, and sensory processing.

The task decomposition hierarchy divides the task into smaller by: The document describes the NASA Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Architecture for the Space Station Telerobot Control System.

It defines the functional requirements and high level specifications of the control system for the NASA space Station document for the functional specification, and a guideline for the development of the control system architecture, of the 10C Flight Telerobot. The Servo Level supports algorithms for robot manipulator control found in the literature.-The NASA/NBS Standard Reference Model (NASREM) Telerobot Control System Architecture, as presented in Albus, et.

al.', defines the basic architecture for a robot control system capable of teleoperation and autonomy in one system. We then present collaborative control, a system model in which human and robot collaborate, and describe its use in vehicle teleoperation. Albus J et al. () NASA/NBS standard reference model for telerobot control system architecture (NASREM).

Collaboration, Dialogue, Human-Robot Interaction. In: Jarvis R.A., Zelinsky A. (eds Cited by: NBS Standard Reference Model for Telerobot Control System Architecture (NASREM)”, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Technical NoteNIST, Gaithersburg, MD, July 7.

Steele, R., Long, M., and Backes, P., “System Ar-chitecture for Asynchronous Multi-Processor Ro-botic Control System”, AIAAAIAA/AHS/.NASA/NBS STANDARD REFERENCE MODEL FOR TELEROBOT CONTROL SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE (NASREM) One way to view arobot control system is as two level hierarchy [lo].

The upper level isconcerned with the robot actions which are task dependent but robot independent while the lower level isconcerned with the robot actions which are task independent but robot dependent.