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Enabling reuse of robot tasks and capabilities by business-related skills grounded in natural language

Nilsson, Klas LU ; Topp, Elin Anna LU ; Malec, Jacek LU and Suh, Il Hong (2013) ICAS 2013, The Ninth International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems
Abstract
Definition and reuse of robot instructions is still an art that requires extensive engineering, not only of the infrastructure but also of the adaptation of robot capabilities to the context and domain at hand. Technical approaches are numerous, but the lack of practical success is an indication of hidden difficulties, which we have experienced as complications over the last two decades. Based on recent insights we got the idea that it is insufficient to consider technical, economical, and human aspects separately; a new and more coherent type of integration is necessary. A key example is the notion of (robot) skills, which according to this idea should be defined such that the technical capabilities are encapsulated according to business... (More)
Definition and reuse of robot instructions is still an art that requires extensive engineering, not only of the infrastructure but also of the adaptation of robot capabilities to the context and domain at hand. Technical approaches are numerous, but the lack of practical success is an indication of hidden difficulties, which we have experienced as complications over the last two decades. Based on recent insights we got the idea that it is insufficient to consider technical, economical, and human aspects separately; a new and more coherent type of integration is necessary. A key example is the notion of (robot) skills, which according to this idea should be defined such that the technical capabilities are encapsulated according to business values, and at the same time grounded in terms of knowledge such that human operation is facilitated. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Definition and reuse of robot instructions is still an art that requires extensive engineering, not only of the infrastructure but also of the adaptation of robot capabilities to the context and domain at hand. Technical approaches are numerous, but the lack of practical success is an indication of hidden difficulties, which we have experienced as complications over the last two decades. Based on recent insights we got the idea that it is insufficient to consider technical, economical, and human aspects separately; a new and more coherent type of integration is necessary. A key example is the notion of (robot) skills, which according to this idea should be defined such that the technical capabilities are encapsulated according to business values, and at the same time grounded in terms of knowledge such that human operation is facilitated.},
  author       = {Nilsson, Klas and Topp, Elin Anna and Malec, Jacek and Suh, Il Hong},
  keyword      = {Skills and Tasks,Knowledge representation},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Enabling reuse of robot tasks and capabilities by business-related skills grounded in natural language},
  year         = {2013},
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