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DRCSIM: The BDI tutorial is wrong...

asked 2013-05-07 10:13:16 -0500

Luis Filipe Rossi gravatar image

I was testing the "Using Atlas Sim Interface" Turorial of the drcsim v2.5 but it seems to be wrong. The tutorial is using the structure currently described at the UserGuide but that is not what i got on my computer.

As an example, the stepqueue is actually called stepdata.

Other example, the walkstate is a sub-part of behaviorfeedback and not directly placed at the AtlasSimInterfaceState.

I believe the documentation and the tutorial are referring to a newer version. However I can't find any new updates.



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answered 2013-05-07 10:50:25 -0500

hsu gravatar image

Hi LR,

The changes from drcsim 2.5.x to 2.6.x-candidate (now built in drcsim-nightly) can be found in DRCSim RoadMap.

BDI controller AtlasSimInterface 1.1.0 overview and ROS API can be found in the DRCSim User Guide. Underlying C-style data structures and API of the library can be found here.


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