OBOC: Ontology Based Object Categorisation for Robots

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Massey University Press
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
The Fourth International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2007, pp. 178 - 183
Issue Date:
2007-01
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Meaningfully managing the relationship between representations and the entities they represent remains a challenge in robotics known as grounding. Useful insights can be found by approaching robotic systems development specifically with the grounding and symbol grounding problem in mind. In particular, Semantic Web technologies turn out to be not merely applicable to web-based software agents, but can also provide a powerful extension to existing proposals for grounded robotic systems development. Given the interoperability and openness of the Semantic Web, such technologies can increase the ability for a robot to introspect, communicate and be inspected - benefits that ultimately lead to more grounded systems with open-ended intelligent behaviour.
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