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ETHNOS

ETHNOS - Expert Tribe in a Hybrid Network Operating System

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The ETHNOS environment is composed of:

1) ETHNOS-6, a dedicated distributed real-time operating system (developed as an extension to Linux), from which the overall environment takes its name, supporting different high level representation, communication, and execution requirements, 2) a dedicated network protocol designed for both the single robot and the multi-robot environment, specifically designed for noisy wireless communication, 3) an object oriented Application Programming Interface (API) based on the C++ language (and a subset based on Java), 4) a set of additional development tools (a robot simulator, a Java-applet template, etc.).

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-02-07

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