. Erdem, E. & Patoglu, V. Applications of Action Languages in Cognitive Robotics, pages 229–246. Springer, 2012.
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We summarize some applications of action languages in robotics, focusing on the following three challenges: 1) bridging the gap between low-level continuous geometric reasoning and high-level discrete causal reasoning; 2) embedding background/commonsense knowledge in high-level reasoning; 3) planning/prediction with complex (temporal) goals/constraints. We discuss how these challenges can be handled using computational methods of action languages, and elaborate on the usefulness of action languages to extend the classical 3-layer robot control architecture.
@INBOOK{ErdemP12,
	series = {{Correct Reasoning}},
    title = {{Applications of Action Languages in Cognitive Robotics}},
	year = {2012},
	author = {Esra Erdem and Volkan Patoglu},
	publisher = {Springer},
    pages     = {229--246},
    abstract = {We summarize some applications of action languages in robotics, focusing on
the following  three challenges: 1) bridging the gap between low-level continuous geometric
reasoning and  high-level discrete causal reasoning; 2) embedding background/commonsense
knowledge in  high-level reasoning; 3) planning/prediction with complex (temporal)
goals/constraints. We  discuss how these challenges can be handled using computational
methods of action languages,  and elaborate on the usefulness of action languages to extend
the classical 3-layer robot control architecture.}
}
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