world modeling

world modeling

[′wərld ′mäd·əl·iŋ]
(control systems)
Robot programming that allows the system to perform complex tasks, based on stored data.
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Developers working with the NXS platform gain access to a variety of functionalities such as natural language processing (NLP), natural language analytics, world modeling, emotional simulation, planning, and more.
The first models introduced in the late '80s were equipped with state-of-the-art sensors and artificial intelligence for world modeling, collision-free path planning, and reasoning.
Papers from a May 2012 conference are presented here in sections on 3D geometry, tasks and emotions, image manipulation, enhancing performance, real world modeling, 3D manipulation, and motion and rendering.
Topics addressed include a methodology for the derivation and organization of knowledge for real-time control systems, behavior generation, world modeling and knowledge representation, sensory processing, temporal registration of sensed range images for autonomous navigation, advanced laser detection and ranging for driving unmanned ground vehicles, standards-based architectural framework for intelligent autonomous vehicles, performance evaluation of autonomous mobile robots, and the development of the Department of Defense's autonomous robotic ground vehicles.
One word of warning: World modeling provides no easy answers.
Such topics include world modeling, planning, learning, agent communication, and software architectures.
1998; Gutmann and Nebel 1997; Gutmann and Schlegel 1996), which make explicit world modeling and accurate and robust self-localization possible.

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