Integrating robot task planner with common-sense knowledge base to improve the efficiency of planning
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AbstractThis paper presents a developed approach for intelligently generating symbolic plans by mobile robots acting in domestic environments, such as offices and houses. The significance of the approach lies in developing a new framework that consists of the new modeling of high-level robot actions and then their integration with common-sense knowledge in order to support a robotic task planner. This framework will enable interactions between the task planner and the semantic knowledge base directly. By using common-sense domain knowledge, the task planner will take into consideration the properties and relations of objects and places in its environment, before creating semantically related actions that will represent a plan. This plan will accomplish the user order. The robot task planner will use the available domain knowledge to check the next related actions to the current one and the action's conditions met will be chosen. Then the robot will use the immediately available knowledge information to check whether the plan outcomes are met or violated.
CitationAl-Moadhen A., Qiu R., Packianather P., Ji Z., Setchi R., (2013) 'Integrating Robot Task Planner with Common-sense Knowledge Base to Improve the Efficiency of Planning', Procedia Computer Science, 22: 211-220
JournalProcedia Computer Science