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Active Perception (1) ADL (1) and flexible human-robot interaction. Despite progress in qualitative reasoning and human-robot interaction their integration is an open issue. In this thesis (1)
and gesture recognition as well as for speech synthesis and a virtual facial display. For the speech input we proceed with a simple form of natural language understanding that allows a limited form of error recovery. Second (1) AtHome (2) Autonomous Robots (1)
Benchmarking (2) Car-to-X communication (1) Cloud Robotics (1)
Collision Avoidance (1) component-based (1) Control (1)
Controller (1) Data stream mining (1) Data streams (1)
Data-Streams (1) Domestic (1) Domestic Service Robotics (6)
Domestic Service Robots (1) Epistemic Logic (1) ES (3)
Expressiveness (1) face (1) Face Detection (1)
face recognition (2) faults in robotics (2) fawkes (1)
framework (1) Fuzzy (2) Golog (6)
high-level reasoning and human-robot interaction for an intelligent domestic service robot. We start by introducing the domestic service robotics domain and parts of the RoboCup@Home methodology that we contributed to. Before we can actually turn to our m (1) Human-Robot Interaction (3) Hybrid Reasoning (1)
Knowledge-Based Programs (1) Laser-based Object Detection (1) Logic (1)
machine learning (1) Mobile Robots (1) naive physics (1)
Navigation (2) PDDL (5) Planning (2)
Qualitative Reasoning (1) Random Forests (1) ReadyLog (1)
Representations (1) RoboCup (3) RoboCup@Home (6)
RoboCup@Home} abstract = {The last decade has seen an increasing interest in domestic service robots. Particular challenges for such robots especially when performing complex tasks are deliberation (1) Robot Database (2) robot software framework (1)
Robotic Perception (2) Robotics (1) Robust (1)
robust execution of actions (1) Scientific Competition (1) Self-Maintenance (1)
Service (1) simulation (1) Situation Calculus (10)
Sound Source Localization (1) Speech Recognition (1) Stream Mining (1)
Task Planning (1) Temporal Logics (2) Tractability (1)
Traffic Information Systems (1) unexpected situations (1) Verification (2)
we build on an existing cognitive mobile robot platform and make a series of contributions to integrate qualitative representations (1) we equip the system with a set of basic capabilities that are required for a service robot in human environments. As a bridge between perception and symbolic reasoning we provide a semantic mapping scheme that allows to centrally manage information about (1) we extend the robot with important modes for human-robot interaction by adding components for speech (1)
we increase the robustness of the robot against internal errors and add to the flexibility in dealing with possibly faulty external input. We integrate a basic form of self-maintenance that allows the robot to recover from internal errors by itself. (1) we introduce qualitative representations and control to our high-level control system. After integrating a general account for qualitative information based on fuzzy sets into our high-level language we also add means to specify and use fuzzy controllers (1)