Planning for Social Interaction with Sensor Uncertainty

Foster, M. E. and Petrick, R. P.A. (2014) Planning for Social Interaction with Sensor Uncertainty. Proceedings of the ICAPS 2014 Scheduling and Planning Applications woRKshop (SPARK), Portsmouth, NH, USA, 21-26 Jun 2014.

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A robot coexisting with humans must not only be able to perform physical tasks, but must also be able to interact with humans in a socially appropriate manner. In this paper, we describe an extension of prior work on planning for task-based social interaction using a robot that must interact with multiple human agents in a simple bartending domain. We describe how the initial state representation developed for this robot has been extended to handle the full range of uncertainty resulting from the input sensors, and outline how the planner will use the resulting uncertainty in the state during plan generation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Foster, Dr Mary Ellen
Authors: Foster, M. E., and Petrick, R. P.A.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Computing Science

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