Strategic level mission control - an evaluation of CORAL and PROLOG implementations for mission control specifications
Marco, D. B.
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This paper presents the use of the software programming environments PROLOG and CORAL for the implementation of the strategic level of the NPS Phoenix vehicle. Whereas PROLOG provides a rule-based mission control specification language, CORAL builds on a graphical interface to describe mission programs using Petri nets. The paper describes the interfacing of CORAL with the tactical level of the vehicle, and details the programming and execution of a vehicle mission that was run in the NPS test tank
The article of record may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/AUV.1996.532408Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Technology, 1996. AUV '96., Proceedings of the 1996 Symposium on
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