He said that if we could finish level 7, the robot would be intelligent.
But I think the SA or reactive paradigm needs enough knowledge about the world to build all levels for the robot. Is this right?
But we need to know all about the world, so that we may build the behaviors for the robot. That is, we use programming to decrease hardware cost of a robot.
These near days, in the end of 80s they found hybrid architecture.
Do you know clearly how to program for a SA robot? I wrote some small test programs to work with leds. However, I don't understand muchie bout FSM to use with SA. May you give meeh a clearer explanation on it?
Odd thing is we take it for granted that using a VLSI processor with its millions of integrated components as not being overkill for simple reactive behaviour becuase of its remarkable flexibility, speed and wide-spread use.
About the cost of a robot. I don't think you are right. Because as you see, industrial manipulators need cheapest designs. we lost 1$ in a robot, we will lost 1,000 $ in 1,000 robot production.
falleafd said:I'm asking for 16F877 programmer skemes or pcb, but no one ans
falleafd said:Oh Thanks...
I did email you but don't know why there were no ans... ...
falleafd said:So which header will not be deleted? Sorry, because I lost almost my data, sometimes I have to contact for programming with PIC. It's bout 3 months I do not program for a MC, because I'm writing my robot simulator on C++.NET.
I would like to ask how can I enable parallel port with .Net framework? I run under win XP service pack 1. This problem make me crazzie... I've downloaded ioport32.dll, which enable port for win XP. But each time, I run my .net, the port is disabled. Next time I wanna use it, I have to copy .dll to system32 folder again....
Another problem is that I usually use MPASM to work with P16F877. But now, I have a complex program and would like to use C. May you show me step by step to program with C? I mean you show me the suitable compiler, and how to work with it. If you got some tutorial on C programming for f877, pls send meeh.
Some program on MPASM I wrote is upto 2000 lines, and it takes much time. But the next program will be muchie complex. Because I intend to use SA (FSM programming) level 1 in f877. Do you think it's better to write in C in this case, or I should use MPASM for optimized codes?
In AVR, I see that the compiler work quite good with C, and it seems to be optimized, but I have no experience in programming with C on PIC.