|Parallel control and management system for biomimetic robotic fish based on ACP approach|
|Liu, Jincun; Wu, Zhengxing; Yang, Xiang; Yu, Junzhi
|Conference Name||12th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation, WCICA 2016
|Source Publication||World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA)
|Conference Date||June 12, 2016 - June 15, 2016
|Conference Place||Guilin, China
|Abstract||This paper deals with the management and control of a biomimetic robotic fish within a control framework of artificial systems, computational experiments, and parallel execution (ACP). Without the need of precise hydrodynamic modeling and control implementation, we firstly built a functionally equivalent artificial robotic fish by using the Agent technology. When performing a specific task, network-stored control strategies and environment models can be downloaded for computing, testing, and optimizing purposes. By parallel execution, the optimal algorithm can be transferred to the physical robotic fish, where error feedback signals serve to seek the optimal solution in the network. Furthermore, the optimized control strategies, environment models, as well as the newly learned knowledge will be uploaded to the network after accomplishing the mission. At last, we demonstrate this ACP-centered control method through pushball experiment on robotic fish.|
|Keyword||Acp-centered Control Method
Biomimetic Robotic Fish
Parallel Control System
Functionally Equivalent Artificial Robotic Fish
Network-stored Control Strategies
Error Feedback Signals
|Affiliation||State Key Laboratory of Management and Control for Complex Systems, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100190, China|
Liu, Jincun,Wu, Zhengxing,Yang, Xiang,et al. Parallel control and management system for biomimetic robotic fish based on ACP approach[C],2016.
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