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Robotic systems typically follow a rigid approach to task execution, in which they perform the necessary steps in a specific order, but fail when having to cope with unexpected situations. To address this issue we propose ...
Hierarchical Task Learning Through Human Demonstration
In order for robots to carry out a task sequence, it must be translated in such a way that they can understand. One way this can be done is by using a task tree representation. Currently this method does not allow robots ...
The Perceived Social Intelligence of Robots with Socially-Aware Navigation
The interactions we share with robots benefit greatly from Socially-Aware Navigation (SAN). Unlike traditional navigation planners, Socially-Aware Navigation takes into account social norms while planning its movement. ...