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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)
      Article
      Open Access
      Within 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)
      Conference lecture
      Open Access
      Autonomous 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)
      Conference lecture
      Open Access
      Assembly 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 ...
    • 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)
      Article
      Restricted access - publisher's policy
      One 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 ...