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Can a rosnode have a global state of it's own ?

asked 2017-09-13 02:47:02 -0500

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Hi, I wish to create a statemachine for a rosnode. However I want the state machine to be broken into parts and execute these parts independently. E.g. Initial State of the rosnode is A A Service S1 is called Then tranistion happens A->B. Now the global state of the node is B Then when another service/action is called tranistion happens B->C , with the global state as C, and so on.

So over all my state machine is A->B->C. But the parts A->B, B->C are based on triggers for Services and Actions. And also at a given point, the rosnode has a global state based on these transitions. Can smach help me to get it done ?

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Hi @gvdhoorn@knxa !! Sorry to pull you into this question. But as I really had some good comments from you, I thought I'll get you help over here too. What do think about this question ? A ros node can be seen as a controller node with a state. I am trying to get the node state at any moment.

amarbanerjee23 gravatar imageamarbanerjee23 ( 2017-09-14 03:57:00 -0500 )edit

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answered 2017-11-06 04:04:38 -0500

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updated 2017-11-06 04:05:34 -0500

Can smach help me to get it done

I guess that is exactly what SMACH is. Or what SMACH_ROS is, since there you get SMACH states that wraps interaction to an action server or a service, so you can create arbitrary coordination of tasks, e.g.:

'A' must happen before 'B' and if 'A' fails then 'B' is not executed, etc...

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