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Sidebar — Programming Commercial Robots

Matellán Olivera, Vicente; McDonal, Bruce; Biggs, Geoffrey; Cañas, José María;
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  • Published: 14 Mar 2007
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Country: Mexico
P. 125-132 Manual systems require the user/programmer to directly enter the desired behaviour of the robot, usually using a graphical or text-based programming language, as shown in Fig. 1. Text-based systems are either controller-specific languages, generic procedural languages, or behavioural languages, which typically differ by the flexibility and method of expression of the system. Graphical languages [BKS02, BI01] use a graph, flow-chart or diagram based graphical interface to programming, sacrificing some flexibility and expressiveness for ease of use. The user/programmer has little or no direct control over the robot code in an automatic programming system, whi...
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