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Architectural Concepts for Human-Rated Automation ABSTRACT - Since the beginning of human spaceflight, spacecraft designers have emphasized simplicity of design to minimize failures and have relied on a large ground staff to assist flight crews. As spacecraft ... D. Wagner, D. Dvorak, A. Mishkin, G. Horvath, G. Johnson, G. Jones AIAA Infotech@Aerospace 2010. Atlanta, GA. April 2010 . + PDF CL#10-1291
A Control Architecture for Safe Human-Robotic Interactions During Lunar Surface Operations ABSTRACT - Long duration human-robotic missions to the Moon and beyond will require increased use of automation beyond current Space Shuttle and International Space Station practice. This paper explores the appl ... D. Wagner, D. Dvorak, L. Baroff, A. Mishkin, M. Ingham, M. Bennett, D. Mittman AIAA Infotech@Aerospace 2009. Seattle, WA. April 2009 . + PDF CL#09-1177
An Architectural Pattern for Goal-Based Control ABSTRACT - Time-based command sequencing is the time-honored paradigm for control of spacecraft and rovers in NASA's robotic missions, but the paradigm has been increasingly strained to accommodate today's miss ... M. Bennett, D. Dvorak, J. Hutcherson, M. Ingham, R. Rasmussen, D. Wagner IEEE Aerospace Conference. Big Sky, MT. March 2008 . + PDF CL#07-3810
Safety Verification of a Fault Tolerant Reconfigurable Autonomous Goal-Based Robotic Control System ABSTRACT - Fault tolerance and safety verification of control systems are essential for the success of autonomous robotic systems. A control architecture called Mission Data System (MDS), developed at the Jet ... J. Braman, R. Murray, D. Wagner IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). San Diego, CA. Oct/Nov 2007 . + PDF CL#07-3644
Data Management in the Mission Data System ABSTRACT - As spacecraft systems evolve from simple embedded devices to become more sophisticated computing platforms with complex behaviors it is increasingly necessary to model and manage the flow of data, an ... D. Wagner IEEE System, Man, and Cybernetics Conference. Kona, HI. October 2005 . + PDF CL#05-0950
Energy Management of the Multi-Mission Space Exploration Vehicle using a Goal-Oriented Control System ABSTRACT - Safe human exploration in space missions requires careful management of limited resources such as breathable air and stored electrical energy. Daily activities for astronauts must be carefully planne ... J. Badger Braman, D. Wagner IEEE Aerospace Conference 2011. Big Sky, MT. . + PDF CL#10-4654


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