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AI Application

Automation
Vehicle
Group 3
 Le Thai Ha IT050048
 Do Ngoc Lam IT0500
 Pham Nguyen Phuong IT050063
 Le Thanh Dung IT050047
Content
 Some basic requirement for an automation
vehicle
 State and transition probability
 Possible categories for the sensory
patterns observable by a mobile vehicle
 Some basic actions that a mobile vehicle
may have
 Automation system
Automation Vehicle
Some basic requirement for
an automation vehicle
 The ability to perceive the environment surrounding it. This
perception can include visual , tactual , audio , and other
special senses.
 The ability to identify important patterns from a mass of
sensory information and to construct therefrom internal
models of its environment
 The ability to conceive and execute its own experiments for
the purpose of improving or testing the validity of its
internal models
 The ability to remember its own past actions and the
relevant previous conditions of its environment for the
purpose of modifying its behavior when appropriate
 The ability to control its own actions in a purposeful manner
to achieve a certain mission within a changing environment
 The ability to be taught, by teacher or chance experience ,
which patterns in its environment are important , how to
construct models, how to achieve missions
Accept and
process sensory
information from
the vehicle
Build , store , and
modify internal
models of the
environment
Plan the tasks
necessary to
execute a given
mission
Control the vehicle
so that it executes
the necessary tasks
Triple exposure of Shakey moving
Possible categories for the sensory patterns
observable by a
mobile vehicle

 Large rectangular object ahead


 Small circular object ahead
 Up against a wall with vision blocked
off
 No objects in view but a shrill whistle
sounding
 No recognizable sensory information
(null pattern)
Some basic actions that a mobile vehicle may
have
 Move forward one step
 Turn left 30 degrees
 Turn right 30 degrees
 Move backward one step
 Zoom TV lens one notch forward
 Zoom TV lens one not ch backward
 Pan TV camera 10 degrees to the left
 Pan TV camera 10 degrees to the right
 Tilt TV camera 10 degrees up
 Tilt TV camera 10 degrees down
 Do nothing
Shakey finds the ramp
Shakey pushes the ramp to the
Shakey goes up the ramp
Shakey knocks the block off
The symbol
Pij(k) denotes
that the
probability that
action number k
will result to
state number j if
the system is in
state number i
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