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IEEE 1872-2015 pdf free.IEEE Standard Ontologies for Robotics and Automation.
artificial system: An artifact (Artifact in SUMO) formed by various interacting devices (Device in SUMO)and other objects (Object in SUMO) in order to execute a function.
automated robot: A role for a robot performing a given task in which the robot acts as an automaton, not adapting to changes in the environment and/or following scripted plans. Contrast: fully autonomous robot; remote-controlled robot; semi-autonomous robot; teleoperated robot.collective robotic system: A robotic system having a robot group as part. See also: robot group; robotic system. Contrast: single robotic system.
coordinate system: An abstract entity (Abstract in SUMO) used for specifying location and orientation that is defined in relation to a single reference objeet (Object in SUMO). Coordinate systems are related through hierarchies (i.e, trees). For instance, the local coordinate system of a robot is referenced by the robot itself. The reference object is not necessarily the origin of the coordinate system. A coordinate system defines at lcast one dimension in which points get their coordinate values. Points in a given coordinate system can be mapped to other coordinate systems by means of a transformation. See also: global coordinate system; local coordinate system; transformation.
design: A proposition (Proposition in SUMO) that abstracts the structure of one or more artifacts (Artifact in SUMO). A design is used to abstract information in contexts such as industrial robotics. A design is different from a blueprint; a blueprint represents a particular design.
fully autonomous robot: A role for a robot performing a given task in which the robot solves the task without human intervention while adapting to operational and environmental conditions. Contrast:automated robot; remote-controlled robot; semi-autonomous robot, teleoperated robot.
global coordinate system: An arbitrary coordinate system chosen by an agent as the global reference frame that constitutes the global coordinate system for that agent. In a hierarchy of local coordinate systems, the global coordinate system is the root of a tree of local coordinate systems. See also: coordinate system. Contrast: local coordinate system.
interaction: A process (Process in SUMO) in which two agents participate (Agent in SUMO). It is composed by two subprocesses defining action and reaction. The action subprocess initiated by agent X on a patient agent Y causes a reaction subprocess having Y as agent and X as patient.
local coordinate system: A coordinate system bounded to a hierarchical structure of coordinate systems and that is not at the root of the structure. See also: coordinate system. Contrast: global coordinate system.IEEE 1872 pdf free download.

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