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KNOWROB - knowledge processing for autonomous personal robots

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KNOWROB - knowledge processing for autonomous personal robots
— Knowledge processing is an essential technique for enabling autonomous robots to do the right thing to the right object in the right way. Using knowledge processing the robots can achieve more flexible and general behavior and better performance. While knowledge representation and reasoning has been a well-established research field in Artificial Intelligence for several decades, little work has been done to design and realize knowledge processing mechanisms for the use in the context of robotic control. In this paper, we report on KNOWROB, a knowledge processing system particularly designed for autonomous personal robots. KNOWROB is a first-order knowledge representation based on description logics that provides specific mechanisms and tools for action-centered representation, for the automated acquisition of grounded concepts through observation and experience, for reasoning about and managing uncertainty, and for fast inference — knowledge processing features that are par...
Moritz Tenorth, Michael Beetz
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IROS
Authors Moritz Tenorth, Michael Beetz
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