LifeBots I: Building the Software Infrastructure for Supporting Lifelong Technologies. Bandera, A., Bandera, J. P, Bustos, P., Férnandez, F., García-Olaya, A., García-Polo, J., García-Varea, I., Manso, L. J, Marfil, R., Martínez-Gómez, J., Núñez, P., Perez-Lorenzo, J. M, Reche-Lopez, P., Romero-González, C., & Viciana-Abad, R. In Ollero, A., Sanfeliu, A., Montano, L., Lau, N., & Cardeira, C., editors, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, pages 391–402, Cham, 2018. Springer International Publishing.
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The goal of the LifeBots project is the study and development of long-life mechanisms that facilitate and improve the integration of robotics platforms in smart homes to support elder and handicapped people. Specifically the system aims to design, build and validate an assistive ecosystem formed by a person living in a smart home with a social robot as her main interface to a gentler habitat. Achieving this goal requires the use and integration of different technologies and research areas, but also the development of the mechanisms in charge of providing an unified, pro-active response to the user's needs. This paper describes some of the mechanisms implemented within the cognitive robotics architecture CORTEX that integrates deliberative and reactive agents through a common understanding and internalizing of the outer reality, which materializes in a shared representation derived from a formal graph grammar.
@inproceedings{Bandera2018,
abstract = {The goal of the LifeBots project is the study and development of long-life mechanisms that facilitate and improve the integration of robotics platforms in smart homes to support elder and handicapped people. Specifically the system aims to design, build and validate an assistive ecosystem formed by a person living in a smart home with a social robot as her main interface to a gentler habitat. Achieving this goal requires the use and integration of different technologies and research areas, but also the development of the mechanisms in charge of providing an unified, pro-active response to the user's needs. This paper describes some of the mechanisms implemented within the cognitive robotics architecture CORTEX that integrates deliberative and reactive agents through a common understanding and internalizing of the outer reality, which materializes in a shared representation derived from a formal graph grammar.},
address = {Cham},
author = {Bandera, Antonio and Bandera, Juan P and Bustos, Pablo and F{\'{e}}rnandez, Fernando and Garc{\'{i}}a-Olaya, Angel and Garc{\'{i}}a-Polo, Javier and Garc{\'{i}}a-Varea, Ismael and Manso, Luis J and Marfil, Rebeca and Mart{\'{i}}nez-G{\'{o}}mez, Jes{\'{u}}s and N{\'{u}}{\~{n}}ez, Pedro and Perez-Lorenzo, Jose M and Reche-Lopez, Pedro and Romero-Gonz{\'{a}}lez, Cristina and Viciana-Abad, Raquel},
booktitle = {Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing},
doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-70833-1_32},
editor = {Ollero, Anibal and Sanfeliu, Alberto and Montano, Luis and Lau, Nuno and Cardeira, Carlos},
isbn = {978-3-319-70833-1},
pages = {391--402},
publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
title = {{LifeBots I: Building the Software Infrastructure for Supporting Lifelong Technologies}},
url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-70833-1{\_}32},
year = {2018}
}

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