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“…As a component to this project, Tenorth et. al [44,50,51] presented KnowRob (illustrated in Figure 4) as a knowledge processing system for querying the openEASE knowledge base using Prolog predicates. KnowRob combines various sources of knowledge such as web pages (methods from instructional websites, images of 4 openEASEhttp://www.open-ease.org/ usable objects, etc.…”
Section: Distributive and Collaborative Representationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a component to this project, Tenorth et. al [44,50,51] presented KnowRob (illustrated in Figure 4) as a knowledge processing system for querying the openEASE knowledge base using Prolog predicates. KnowRob combines various sources of knowledge such as web pages (methods from instructional websites, images of 4 openEASEhttp://www.open-ease.org/ usable objects, etc.…”
Section: Distributive and Collaborative Representationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The ontology proposed by Insaurralde et al [13] also lacks the inclusion of environmental context, though it provides a good representation of planning and control systems for AUVs. The KnowRob [14] knowledge processing framework developed a set of ontologies to abstract robot actions, events, objects, environments, and the robot’s hardware as well as inference procedures that operate on this common representation. The KnowRob puts its emphasis on improving the autonomy of individual vehicles instead of enabling the cooperation and coordination of multiple vehicles.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, [6] discusses how one can structure a knowledge base for robots for goal achievement that combines different knowledge types, thus addressing RC4. The authors propose a combination of different knowledge areas, different knowledge sources and different inference mechanisms to cover the breadth and depth of required knowledge and inferences.…”
Section: Papers Focusing On Ca1: Robots That Knowmentioning
confidence: 99%