2019
DOI: 10.3390/electronics8101105
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RTPO: A Domain Knowledge Base for Robot Task Planning

Abstract: Knowledge can enhance the intelligence of robots’ high-level decision-making. However, there is no specific domain knowledge base for robot task planning in this field. Aiming to represent the knowledge in robot task planning, the Robot Task Planning Ontology (RTPO) is first designed and implemented in this work, so that robots can understand and know how to carry out task planning to reach the goal state. In this paper, the RTPO is divided into three parts: task ontology, environment ontology, and robot ontol… Show more

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“…RTPO [11](Robot Task Planning Ontology) is a kind of indoor service-oriented robot task planning ontology. It uses OWL language to describe the domain knowledge of the robot and designs a task planning algorithm based on RTPO.…”
Section: Concept Of Ontology-based Task Planning For Unmanned Systemmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…RTPO [11](Robot Task Planning Ontology) is a kind of indoor service-oriented robot task planning ontology. It uses OWL language to describe the domain knowledge of the robot and designs a task planning algorithm based on RTPO.…”
Section: Concept Of Ontology-based Task Planning For Unmanned Systemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The key to realizing autonomy is knowledge, such as knowledge of the battlefield environment, mission specifics, task specifics, and the knowledge of the unmanned system itself. How to store and represent the operation-related knowledge, enable unmanned systems to conduct task planning according to human's high-level task order, has become a new research field [11,12]. Based on the review of several ontology-based approaches for autonomy systems, uncertainty representation, and modeling methods, the concept of ontology-based task planning is proposed, and the principles of constructing task ontology are introduced.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since ontologies are fully suitable to represent semantic information about entities and their relations, they have been used to represent task planning knowledge. In [29], a Robot Task Planning Ontology (RTPO) is proposed but the model does not consider the rich semantics involved by the hierarchical nature and intricacies of human-robot joint activities.…”
Section: B Htn-based Tasks Representation In Ontologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In a different way, computational solutions are based on ontologies and knowledge representation. Aiming to represent the knowledge in robot task planning, the Robot Task Planning Ontology (RTPO) is first designed and implemented in Reference [10], so that robots can understand and know how to carry out task planning to reach the goal state. Experimental results demonstrate good performance in scalability and responsiveness.…”
Section: The Present Issuementioning
confidence: 99%