Percepts symbols or Action symbols? Generalizing how all modules interact within a software architecture for cognitive robotics. Marfil, R., Manso, L. J, Bandera, J. P., Romero-Garcés, A., Bandera, A., Bustos, P., Calderita, L. V., González, J. C., García-Olaya, A., Fuentetaja, R., & Fernández, F. In Workshop of Physical Agents 2016, pages 9–16, 2016.
Percepts symbols or Action symbols? Generalizing how all modules interact within a software architecture for cognitive robotics [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Robots require a close coupling of perception and action. Cognitive robots go beyond this to require a further coupling with cognition. From the perspective of robotics, this coupling generally emphasizes a tightly integrated perceptuomo- tor system, which is then loosely connected to some limited form of cognitive system such as a planner. At the other end, from the perspective of automated planning, the emphasis is on a highly functional system that, taken to its extreme, calls perceptual and motor modules as independent functions. This paper proposes to join both perspectives through a unique representation where the responses of all modules on the software architecture (percepts or actions) are grounded using the same set of symbols. This allows to generalize the signal-to-symbol divide that separates classic perceptuomotor and automated planning systems, being the result a software architecture where all software modules interact using the same tokens.
@inproceedings{Marfil2016,
abstract = {Robots require a close coupling of perception and action. Cognitive robots go beyond this to require a further coupling with cognition. From the perspective of robotics, this coupling generally emphasizes a tightly integrated perceptuomo- tor system, which is then loosely connected to some limited form of cognitive system such as a planner. At the other end, from the perspective of automated planning, the emphasis is on a highly functional system that, taken to its extreme, calls perceptual and motor modules as independent functions. This paper proposes to join both perspectives through a unique representation where the responses of all modules on the software architecture (percepts or actions) are grounded using the same set of symbols. This allows to generalize the signal-to-symbol divide that separates classic perceptuomotor and automated planning systems, being the result a software architecture where all software modules interact using the same tokens.},
author = {Marfil, Rebeca and Manso, Luis J and Bandera, Juan Pedro and Romero-Garc{\'{e}}s, Adrian and Bandera, Antonio and Bustos, Pablo and Calderita, Luis Vicente and Gonz{\'{a}}lez, Jos{\'{e}} Carlos and Garc{\'{i}}a-Olaya, Angel and Fuentetaja, Raquel and Fern{\'{a}}ndez, Fernando},
booktitle = {Workshop of Physical Agents 2016},
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number = {June},
pages = {9--16},
title = {{Percepts symbols or Action symbols? Generalizing how all modules interact within a software architecture for cognitive robotics}},
url ={https://e-archivo.uc3m.es/bitstream/handle/10016/30621/percepts_WAF_2016.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y},
year = {2016}
}
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