Browsing by Author "Beetz, Michael"
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A review and comparison of ontology-based approaches to robot autonomy Olivares Alarcos, Alberto; Bebler, Daniel; Khamis, Alaa; Goncalves, Paulo; Habib, Maki K.; Bermejo Alonso, Julita; Barreto, Marcoss; Diab, Mohammed; Rosell Gratacòs, Jan; Quintas, João; Olszewska, Joanna; Nakawala, Hirenkumar; Pignaton de Freitas, Edison; Gyrard, Amelie; Borgo, Stefano; Alenyà Ribas, Guillem; Beetz, Michael; Li, Howard (2019-01-01)
Open AccessWithin the next decades, robots will need to be able to execute a large variety of tasks autonomously in a large variety of environments. To relax the resulting programming effort, a knowledge-enabled approach to robot ...
An ontology for failure interpretation in automated planning and execution Diab, Mohammed; Pomarlan, Mihai; Bebler, Daniel; Akbari, Aliakbar; Bateman, John; Beetz, Michael; Rosell Gratacòs, Jan (2019)
Open AccessAutonomous indoor robots are supposed to accomplish tasks, like serve a cup, which involve manipulation actions, where task and motion planning levels are coupled. In both planning levels and execution phase, several source ...
Assembly planning in cluttered environments through heterogeneous reasoning Beßler, Daniel; Pomarlan, Mihai; Akbari, Aliakbar; Ud Din, Muhayy; Diab, Mohammed; Rosell Gratacòs, Jan; Bateman, John; Beetz, Michael (Springer, 2018)
Open AccessAssembly recipes can elegantly be represented in description logic theories. With such a recipe, the robot can figure out the next assembly step through logical inference. However, before performing an action, the robot ...
FailRecOnt - An ontology-based framework for failure interpretation and recovery in planning and execution Diab, Mohammed; Pomarlan, Mihai; Borgo, Stefano; Bebler, Daniel; Rosell Gratacòs, Jan; Bateman, John; Beetz, Michael (2021)
Open AccessAutonomous mobile robot manipulators have the potential to act as robot helpers at home to improve quality of life for various user populations, such as elderly or handicapped people, or to act as robot co-workers on factory ...
SkillMaN — A skill-based robotic manipulation framework based on perception and reasoning Diab, Mohammed; Pomarlan, Mihai; Beßler, Daniel; Rosell Gratacòs, Jan; Akbari, Aliakbar; Bateman, John; Beetz, Michael (2020-12)
Restricted access - publisher's policyOne of the problems that service robotics deals with is to bring mobile manipulators to work in semi-structured human scenarios, which requires an efficient and flexible way to execute every-day tasks, like serve a cup in ...