Learning and Execution of Action Categories

Project Details

Description

ACAT focuses on the problem of how artificial systems (robots) can understand and utilize information made for humans. The ultimate purpose of ACAT is to equip a robot – on an ongoing basis – with abstract, functional knowledge about relations between actions and objects, leading to a system which can act meaningfully. The robot will be able to partially take over human tasks without time-consuming
programming procedures improving the efficiency of industrial processes. The main outcome of ACAT will be a robot-compiler which translates human understandable information into a robot-executable program.
AcronymACAT
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/03/201330/04/2016

Activities

  • 4 Organisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars
  • 3 Talks and presentations in private or public companies

Translation of human instructions to robot programs for industrial assembly tasks

Dimitrios Chrysostomou (Speaker)

11 Nov 2015

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalks and presentations in private or public companies

International Workshop on Standarized Experiments in Human Robot Interactions

Dimitrios Chrysostomou (Organizer)

28 Sep 2015

Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars

Hardware and software modularity and interoperability in service robotics: Towards standardisation

Dimitrios Chrysostomou (Organizer)

12 Mar 2015

Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses, or seminars

Research Output

  • 4 Article in proceeding
  • 4 Journal article

Cut & recombine reuse of robot action components based on simple language instructions

Tamosiunaite, M., Aein, M. J., Braun, J. M., Kulvicius, T., Markievicz, I., Kapociute-Dzikiene, J., Valteryte, R., Haidu, A., Chrysostomou, D., Ridge, B., Krilavicius, T., Vitkute-Adzgauskiene, D., Beetz, M., Madsen, O., Ude, A., Krüger, N. & Wörgötter, F., 1 Sep 2019, In : International Journal of Robotics Research. 38, 10-11, p. 1179-1207 29 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
File
  • 38 Downloads (Pure)

    Compensating Pose Uncertainties through Appropriate Gripper Finger Cutouts

    Wolniakowski, A., Gams, A., Kiforenko, L., Kramberger, A., Chrysostomou, D-C., Madsen, O., Miatliuk, K., Petersen, H. G., Hagelskjær, F., Buch, A. G., Ude, A. & Krüger, N., 2018, In : Acta Mechanica et Automatica. 12, 1, p. 78-83

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

    Open Access
    File
  • 153 Downloads (Pure)

    Compensating Pose Uncertainties Through Appropriate Gripper Finger Cutouts

    Wolniakowski, A., Gams, A., Kiforenko, L., Kramberger, A., Chrysostomou, D., Madsen, O., Miatliuk, K., Petersen, H. G., Hagelskjær, F., Buch, A. G., Ude, A. & Krüger, N., 2018, 12th International Conference Mechatronic Systems and Materials (MSM'16).

    Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingArticle in proceedingResearchpeer-review