From Human to Robot Everyday Activity
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Abstract:
The Everyday Activities Science and Engineering (EASE) Collaborative Research Consortium’s mission to enhance the performance of cognition-enabled robots establishes its foundation in the EASE Human Activities Data Analysis Pipeline. Through collection of diverse human activity information resources, enrichment with contextually rwlevant annotations, and subsequent multimodal analysis of the combined data sources, the pipeline described will provide a rich resource for robot planning researchers, through incorporation in the OpenEASE cloud platform.
Reference:
From Human to Robot Everyday Activity (C. Mason, K. Gadzicki, M. Meier, F. Ahrens, T. Kluss, J. Maldonado, F. Putze, T. Fehr, C. Zetzsche, M. Herrmann, K. Schill, T. Schultz), In 2020 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), volume , 2020.
Bibtex Entry:
@INPROCEEDINGS{mason_human_2020,
	author={C. {Mason} and K. {Gadzicki} and M. {Meier} and F. {Ahrens} and T. {Kluss} and J. {Maldonado} and F. {Putze} and T. {Fehr} and C. {Zetzsche} and M. {Herrmann} and K. {Schill} and T. {Schultz}},
	booktitle={2020 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)}, 
	title={From Human to Robot Everyday Activity}, 
	year={2020},
	volume={},
	number={},
	pages={8997-9004},
	doi={10.1109/IROS45743.2020.9340706},
	abstract={The Everyday Activities Science and Engineering (EASE) Collaborative Research Consortium’s mission to enhance the performance of cognition-enabled robots establishes its foundation in the EASE Human Activities Data Analysis Pipeline. Through collection of diverse human activity information resources, enrichment with contextually rwlevant annotations, and subsequent multimodal analysis of the combined data sources, the pipeline described will provide a rich resource for robot planning researchers, through incorporation in the OpenEASE cloud platform.},
}