CoTeSys --- Cognition for Technical Systems (bibtex)
by Martin Buss, Michael Beetz, Dirk Wollherr
Abstract:
The CoTeSys cluster of excellence investigates cognition for technical systems such as vehicles, robots, and factories. Cognitive technical systems (CTS) are information processing systems equipped with artificial sensors and actuators, integrated and embedded into physical systems, and acting in a physical world. They differ from other technical systems as they perform cognitive control and have cognitive capabilities. Cognitive control orchestrates reflexive and habitual behavior in accord with longterm intentions. Cognitive capabilities such as perception, reasoning, learning, and planning turn technical systems into systems that ``know what they are doing''. The cognitive capabilities will result in systems of higher reliability, flexibility, adaptivity, and better performance. They will be easier to interact and cooperate with.
Reference:
Martin Buss, Michael Beetz, Dirk Wollherr, "CoTeSys --- Cognition for Technical Systems", In Proceedings of the 4th COE Workshop on Human Adaptive Mechatronics (HAM), 2007.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{buss07cotesys,
  author =	 {Martin Buss and Michael Beetz and Dirk Wollherr},
  title =	 {{CoTeSys} --- Cognition for Technical Systems},
  booktitle =	 {Proceedings of the 4th COE Workshop on Human
                  Adaptive Mechatronics (HAM)},
  year =	 {2007},
  bib2html_pubtype ={Refereed Workshop Paper},
  bib2html_rescat ={unspecified},
  bib2html_groups ={IAS},
  abstract =	 { The CoTeSys cluster of excellence investigates
                  cognition for technical systems such as vehicles,
                  robots, and factories. Cognitive technical systems
                  (CTS) are information processing systems equipped
                  with artificial sensors and actuators, integrated
                  and embedded into physical systems, and acting in a
                  physical world. They differ from other technical
                  systems as they perform cognitive control and have
                  cognitive capabilities. Cognitive control
                  orchestrates reflexive and habitual behavior in
                  accord with longterm intentions. Cognitive
                  capabilities such as perception, reasoning,
                  learning, and planning turn technical systems into
                  systems that ``know what they are doing''. The
                  cognitive capabilities will result in systems of
                  higher reliability, flexibility, adaptivity, and
                  better performance. They will be easier to interact
                  and cooperate with.}
}
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