Aliased from  [Behavior-Based Robotics|BehaviorBasedRobotics] and [Behaviour-Based Systems|BehaviourBasedSystems]

As described on the [Behavior-based_robotics|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavior-based_robotics] Wikipedia page:
__Behavior-based robotics__ (__BBR__) or __behavioral robotics__ is an approach in  [robotics|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robotics] that focuses on robots that are able to exhibit complex-appearing behaviors despite little internal [variable state|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable_(programming)] to model its immediate environment, mostly gradually correcting its actions via sensory-motor links.

Behaviour Based Systems (BBS) came out of the [Rodney Brooks] and the MIT Robotics Laboratory and represents a research area distinct from AI that attempts to model the robot's environment (with computer-based ontologies, 3D modeling, etc.) or accumulate great amounts of data, or build some kind of robot world view. BBS consider that small creatures like insects don't have a complex model of the world as they hardly have a brain at all, simply some hard-wired, reactive behaviours. Likewise, a combination of behaviours wired into a robot creates an emergent form of intelligence, to some degree in a ratio corresponding to the complexity of the sensors (or the robot's "view" of the sensed environment). 

See also: [Behaviour Trees|BehaviourTrees]


! Tagged as Behaviour-Based Robotics 

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