Using Perception Information for Robot Planning and Execution

Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso
Proceedings of the AAAI-96 Workshop ``Intelligent Adaptive Agents'', August, 1996.


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Abstract
We present Rogue, an integrated planning and executing robotic agent. Rogue is designed to be a roving office gopher, doing tasks such as picking up & delivering mail and returning & picking up library books, in a setup where users can post tasks for the robot to do. We have been working towards the goal of building Rogue as a completely autonomous agent which can learn from its experiences improving its own behaviour. In this paper, we focus on describing Rogue's capabilities in executing and processing perception information, including: (1) the generation and execution of a plan which requires observation to make informed planning decisions, and (2) the monitoring of execution for informed replanning. Rogue is implemented and functional on a real indoor robot.

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Text Reference
Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso, "Using Perception Information for Robot Planning and Execution," Proceedings of the AAAI-96 Workshop ``Intelligent Adaptive Agents'', August, 1996.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Veloso_1996_2918,
   author = "Karen Zita Haigh and Manuela Veloso",
   title = "Using Perception Information for Robot Planning and Execution",
   booktitle = "Proceedings of the AAAI-96 Workshop ``Intelligent Adaptive Agents''",
   month = "August",
   year = "1996",
}