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The Assistive Kitchen — A Demonstration Scenario for Cognitive Technical Systems (bibtex)
The Assistive Kitchen — A Demonstration Scenario for Cognitive Technical Systems (bibtex)
by M Beetz, J Bandouch, A Kirsch, A Maldonado, A Müller and RB Rusu
Abstract:
This paper introduces the Assistive Kitchen as a comprehensive demonstration and challenge scenario for technical cognitive systems. We describe its hardware and software infrastructure. Within the Assistive Kitchen application, we select particular domain activities as research subjects and identify the cognitive capabilities needed for perceiving, interpreting, analyzing, and executing these activities as research foci. We conclude by outlining open research issues that need to be solved to realize the scenarios successfully.
Reference:
The Assistive Kitchen — A Demonstration Scenario for Cognitive Technical Systems (M Beetz, J Bandouch, A Kirsch, A Maldonado, A Müller and RB Rusu), In Proceedings of the 4th COE Workshop on Human Adaptive Mechatronics (HAM), 2007. 
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{beetz07assistive,
 author = {M Beetz and J Bandouch and A Kirsch and A Maldonado and A Müller and RB Rusu},
 title = {The Assistive Kitchen --- A Demonstration Scenario for Cognitive Technical Systems},
 booktitle = {Proceedings of the 4th COE Workshop on Human
                  Adaptive Mechatronics (HAM)},
 year = {2007},
 bib2html_pubtype = {Workshop Paper},
 bib2html_rescat = {Planning,Learning,Action,Perception,Models,Reasoning},
 bib2html_groups = {Cogito,Memoman,Cogman},
 abstract = { This paper introduces the Assistive
                  Kitchen as a comprehensive demonstration and challenge scenario
                  for technical cognitive systems. We describe its hardware and
                  software infrastructure. Within the Assistive Kitchen
                  application, we select particular domain activities as research
                  subjects and identify the cognitive capabilities needed for
                  perceiving, interpreting, analyzing, and executing these activities
                  as research foci.  We conclude by outlining open research issues
                  that need to be solved to realize the scenarios successfully.},
}
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