AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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Other Titles2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO)
AbstractThis paper presents an automated ontology framework for service robots. The framework is designed to automatically create an ontology and an instance of concept in dynamic environment. Ontology learning from text is applied to build a concept hierarchy using WordNet which provides a rich semantic processing for physical objects. The Automated Ontology is composed of four modules: Concept Creation, Property Creation, Relationship Creation and Instance of Concept Creation. The automated ontology algorithm was implemented in order to create the concept hierarchy in the Robot Ontology. The Semantic Knowledge Acquisition represents knowledge of physical objects in dynamic environments. In simulation experiments, the list of object names and property names was identified. The result shows the concept hierarchy which represents explicit terms and the semantic knowledge of physical objects for performing everyday manipulation tasks.
CitationKanjaruek S., Li D., Qiu R., Boonsim N. (2016) 'Automated ontology framework for service robots', 2015 IEEE-International conference on Robotics and Biometrics - Zhuhai, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc..
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