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Introduction to DYROS'10 Workshop Introduction to DYROS'10 Workshop Presentation Transcript

  • International Workshop on Dynamic Languages for RObotic and Sensor systems (DYROS 2010) SIMPAR 2010 Darmstadt, November 15th 2010 Serge Stinckwich, IRD/UPMC/MSI http://doesnotunderstand.org/wikka.php?wakka=DYROS10
  • • 1/2 day • 4 papers • 4 dynamic languages • 1 proceedings
  • Program • 9:00-9:30 Welcome and introduction to the Workshop • 9:30-10:00 Andreas Steck and Christian Schlegel, Smart-TCL: An Execution Language for Conditional Reactive Task Execution in a Three Layer Architecture for Service Robots • 10:00-10:30 John Moore, Everything counts in small amounts • 10:30-11:00 Coffee Break • 11:00-11:30 Markus Lotzbücher, Peter Soetens and Herman Bruyninckx, OROCOS RTT- Lua: an Execution Environment for building Real-Time Robotic Domain Specific Languages • 11:30-12:00 Hritam Dutta, Bernard Pottier and Serge Stinckwich, An execution flow for dynamic concurrent systems, Simulation of WSN on a Smalltalk/ CUDA Environment • 12:00-12:30 Discussions/Perspective
  • 4 dynamic languages • Lisp (SmartTCL) • Scheme • Lua • Smalltalk
  • Program committee • Jean-Christophe Baillie, GOSTAI, France • Noury Bouraqadi, ENSM-DOUAI, France • Luc Fabresse, ENSM-DOUAI, France • Brian Gerkey, Willow Garage, USA • Sylvain Joyeux, DFKI, Germany • Serge Stinckwich, UMI UMMISCO (IRD/UPMC/MSI-IFI), Vietnam • Joaquin Sitte, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Some questions for the discussions ? • Your definition of what is a dynamic language ? (vs a static language) • Role of dynamic languages for robotic and sensors systems ? Drawbacks of these languages ? • What dynamic languages features (reflection, dynamic reconfigurability, scripting facilities, ...) are the most useful in this context ?
  • Dynamic languages can be used • to embedded domain-specific languages for robotics and sensors networks (DSLRob’10) • to simulate complex 3D multi-robots systems (MORSE) • to script complex sensors and robotics systems (urbiscript, ROS) • to debug remotely robotics devices (urbiscript, OOVM) • to teach robotics (Pyro, SqueakBot)