Design of an Artificial Intelligence Based Automatic Task Planner or a Robotic System

This paper deals with the design and the
implementation of an automatic task planner for a robot, irrespective
of whether it is a stationary robot or a mobile robot. The aim of the
task planner nothing but, they are planning systems which are used to
plan a particular task and do the robotic manipulation. This planning
system is embedded into the system software in the computer, which
is interfaced to the computer. When the instructions are given using
the computer, this is transformed into real time application using the
robot. All the AI based algorithms are written and saved in the
control software, which acts as the intelligent task planning system.

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