Grounding the Interaction: Anchoring Situated Discourse in Everyday Human-Robot Interaction
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- Lemaignan, S., Ros, R., Sisbot, E.A. et al. Int J of Soc Robotics (2012) 4: 181. doi:10.1007/s12369-011-0123-x
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This paper presents how extraction, representation and use of symbolic knowledge from real-world perception and human-robot verbal and non-verbal interaction can actually enable a grounded and shared model of the world that is suitable for later high-level tasks such as dialogue understanding. We show how the anchoring process itself relies on the situated nature of human-robot interactions. We present an integrated approach, including a specialized symbolic knowledge representation system based on Description Logics, and case studies on several robotic platforms that demonstrate these cognitive capabilities.