Robotic paradigm

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In robotics, a robotic paradigm is a mental model of how a robot operates. A robotic paradigm can be described by the relationship between the three basic elements of robotics: Sensing, Planning, and Acting. It can also be described by how sensory data is processed and distributed through the system, and where decisions are made.

Hierarchical/deliberative paradigm

Hierarchical Paradigm schema

The reactive paradigm

Reactive Paradigm schema

Hybrid deliberate/reactive paradigm

Hybrid Deliberate/Reactive Paradigm schema

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