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-====== Mixed SystemsComposing Mixed-Port ROS Components and regular Software Components (WORK IN PROGRESS) ====== +Page movedFor simplicity, look at https://​wiki.servicerobotik-ulm.de/tutorials:​ros:​mixed-port-component-ros ​which also contains a video tutorial ​on how to use mixed-port ​components along with regular components.
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-This tutorial describes how to compose systems from regular software components and mixed-port components that encapsulate a whole ROS subsystem. +
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-Work on system level composition of mixed-port components is work in progressTo see how you can use a mixed-port component for ROS in a system, please refer to [[tutorials:​ros:​mixed-port-component-ros|]]. +
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-===== Basic Information ===== +
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-^ Level                | FIXME use level keyword here as defined in [[tutorials:​start|tutorial ​overview page]] ​                    | +
-^ Role                 | FIXME mention the role                                                                                    | +
-^ Assumptions ​         | FIXME describe any requirement of knowledge: e.g. having completed tutorial XY, basic understanding of Z  | +
-^ System Requirements ​ | FIXME installed player/​stage,​ installed gazebo, ... Suitable for use with the Virtual Machine ​            | +
-^ You will learn       ​| ​                                                                                                          | +
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-===== Description ===== +
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-FIXME Describe the tutorial itself using subsections as required. +
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-===== Further Information ===== +
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-FIXME Provide relevant links to further information +
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-===== What do do next? ===== +
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-===== Acknowledgements ===== +
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-The SeRoNet Mixed-Port-Component for ROS is part of the SeRoNet Tooling which is based on the [[smartmdsd-toolchain:​start|SmartMDSD Toolchain]]. The SeRoNet Tooling is developed by the [[http://​www.seronet-projekt.de|SeRoNet Project consortium]]. The ROS Mixed-Port Component is developed in a joint effort by Service Robotics Research Center of Ulm University of Applied Sciences and Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung. The general concept behind a mixed-port ​component is an effort of the EU H2020 Project [[http://​www.robmosys.eu|RobMoSys]]. +
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