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The first part of this lecture introduces the receding horizon temporal logic planning. Introductory material on high computational complexity of reactive control protocol synthesis is followed by the statement and discussion of a main result and a small example. We discuss implementation details, further extensions, and a hierarchical control structure that utilizes the proposed receding horizon temporal logic planning procedure.  
 
The first part of this lecture introduces the receding horizon temporal logic planning. Introductory material on high computational complexity of reactive control protocol synthesis is followed by the statement and discussion of a main result and a small example. We discuss implementation details, further extensions, and a hierarchical control structure that utilizes the proposed receding horizon temporal logic planning procedure.  

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The first part of this lecture introduces the receding horizon temporal logic planning. Introductory material on high computational complexity of reactive control protocol synthesis is followed by the statement and discussion of a main result and a small example. We discuss implementation details, further extensions, and a hierarchical control structure that utilizes the proposed receding horizon temporal logic planning procedure.

Lecture Materials

Further Reading and Additional Information

  • Receding horizon temporal logic planning,T. Wongpiromsarn, U. Topcu, and R. Murray, submitted to IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2012. Details on the receding horizon temporal logic planning.