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T. Ishida – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • ISRR – SDR-4X II: A Small Humanoid as an Entertainer in Home Environment
    Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, 2020
    Co-Authors: M. Fujita, Y. Kuroki, Kohtaro Sabe, T. Ishida

    Abstract:

    In this paper we describe the Autonomous Behavior control architecture of SDR-4X II, which serves to integrate multi-modal recognition and motion control technologies. We overview the entire software architecture of SDR-4X II, which is composed of perception, short and long term memory, Behavior control, and motion control parts. Regarding Autonomous Behavior control, we further focus on issues such as spontaneous Behavior generation using a homeostasis regulation mechanism, and a Behavior control/selection mechanism with tree-structured situated Behavior modules. In the Autonomous Behavior control architecture, we achieve three basic requirements, which are the concurrent evaluation of the situation of each Behavior module, concurrent execution of multiple Behavior modules, and preemption (Behavior interruption/resume capability). Using the Autonomous Behavior control architecture described, we demonstrate that SDR-4X II can spontaneously and passively interact with a human.

  • IROS – Autonomous Behavior control architecture of entertainment humanoid robot SDR-4X
    Proceedings 2003 IEEE RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2003) (Cat. No.03CH37453), 2003
    Co-Authors: M. Fujita, Y. Kuroki, T. Ishida

    Abstract:

    In this paper we describe the Autonomous Behavior control architecture of SDR-4X, which serves to integrate multi-modal recognition and motion control technologies. We overview the entire software architecture of SDR-4X, which is composed of perception, short and long term memory, Behavior control, and motion control parts. Regarding Autonomous Behavior control, we further focus on issues such as spontaneous Behavior generation using a homeostasis regulation mechanism, and a Behavior control/selection mechanism with tree-structured situated Behavior modules. In the Autonomous Behavior control architecture, we achieve three basic requirements, which are the concurrent evaluation of the situation of each Behavior module, concurrent execution of multiple Behavior modules, and preemption (Behavior interruption/resume capability). Using the Autonomous Behavior control architecture described, we demonstrate that SDR-4X can spontaneously and passively interact with a human.

  • Autonomous Behavior control architecture of entertainment humanoid robot SDR-4X
    Proceedings 2003 IEEE RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2003) (Cat. No.03CH37453), 2003
    Co-Authors: M. Fujita, Y. Kuroki, T. Ishida

    Abstract:

    In this paper we describe the Autonomous Behavior control architecture of SDR-4X, which serves to integrate multi-modal recognition and motion control technologies. We overview the entire software architecture of SDR-4X, which is composed of perception, short and long term memory, Behavior control, and motion control parts. Regarding Autonomous Behavior control, we further focus on issues such as spontaneous Behavior generation using a homeostasis regulation mechanism, and a Behavior control/selection mechanism with tree-structured situated Behavior modules. In the Autonomous Behavior control architecture, we achieve three basic requirements, which are the concurrent evaluation of the situation of each Behavior module, concurrent execution of multiple Behavior modules, and preemption (Behavior interruption/resume capability). Using the Autonomous Behavior control architecture described, we demonstrate that SDR-4X can spontaneously and passively interact with a human.

Haruki Ueno – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • ROBIO – Knowledge-Based Autonomous Behavior Control of Robots in a Symbiotic Human-Robot System
    2006 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics, 2006
    Co-Authors: Tao Zhang, Haruki Ueno

    Abstract:

    In order to implement Autonomous Behavior control of robots according to human requests in a complex symbiotic human-robot system, this paper proposes a novel knowledge-based intelligent control method. In this method, a knowledge model is first defined by means of frame-based knowledge representation. It contains various frames for describing different users, features of multiple robots as well as robot Behaviors for human-robot communication and performing various tasks. According to this knowledge model, Autonomous Behavior control of robots in a symbiotic human- robot system can be implemented by means of a software platform, called Software Platform for Agents and Knowledge Management (SPAK). In this paper, the effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated by experiment using actual robots.

  • Knowledge-Based Autonomous Behavior Control of Robots in a Symbiotic Human-Robot System
    2006 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics, 2006
    Co-Authors: Tao Zhang, Haruki Ueno

    Abstract:

    In order to implement Autonomous Behavior control of robots according to human requests in a complex symbiotic human-robot system, this paper proposes a novel knowledge-based intelligent control method. In this method, a knowledge model is first defined by means of frame-based knowledge representation. It contains various frames for describing different users, features of multiple robots as well as robot Behaviors for human-robot communication and performing various tasks. According to this knowledge model, Autonomous Behavior control of robots in a symbiotic human- robot system can be implemented by means of a software platform, called Software Platform for Agents and Knowledge Management (SPAK). In this paper, the effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated by experiment using actual robots.

M. Fujita – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • ISRR – SDR-4X II: A Small Humanoid as an Entertainer in Home Environment
    Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, 2020
    Co-Authors: M. Fujita, Y. Kuroki, Kohtaro Sabe, T. Ishida

    Abstract:

    In this paper we describe the Autonomous Behavior control architecture of SDR-4X II, which serves to integrate multi-modal recognition and motion control technologies. We overview the entire software architecture of SDR-4X II, which is composed of perception, short and long term memory, Behavior control, and motion control parts. Regarding Autonomous Behavior control, we further focus on issues such as spontaneous Behavior generation using a homeostasis regulation mechanism, and a Behavior control/selection mechanism with tree-structured situated Behavior modules. In the Autonomous Behavior control architecture, we achieve three basic requirements, which are the concurrent evaluation of the situation of each Behavior module, concurrent execution of multiple Behavior modules, and preemption (Behavior interruption/resume capability). Using the Autonomous Behavior control architecture described, we demonstrate that SDR-4X II can spontaneously and passively interact with a human.

  • IROS – Autonomous Behavior control architecture of entertainment humanoid robot SDR-4X
    Proceedings 2003 IEEE RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2003) (Cat. No.03CH37453), 2003
    Co-Authors: M. Fujita, Y. Kuroki, T. Ishida

    Abstract:

    In this paper we describe the Autonomous Behavior control architecture of SDR-4X, which serves to integrate multi-modal recognition and motion control technologies. We overview the entire software architecture of SDR-4X, which is composed of perception, short and long term memory, Behavior control, and motion control parts. Regarding Autonomous Behavior control, we further focus on issues such as spontaneous Behavior generation using a homeostasis regulation mechanism, and a Behavior control/selection mechanism with tree-structured situated Behavior modules. In the Autonomous Behavior control architecture, we achieve three basic requirements, which are the concurrent evaluation of the situation of each Behavior module, concurrent execution of multiple Behavior modules, and preemption (Behavior interruption/resume capability). Using the Autonomous Behavior control architecture described, we demonstrate that SDR-4X can spontaneously and passively interact with a human.

  • Autonomous Behavior control architecture of entertainment humanoid robot SDR-4X
    Proceedings 2003 IEEE RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2003) (Cat. No.03CH37453), 2003
    Co-Authors: M. Fujita, Y. Kuroki, T. Ishida

    Abstract:

    In this paper we describe the Autonomous Behavior control architecture of SDR-4X, which serves to integrate multi-modal recognition and motion control technologies. We overview the entire software architecture of SDR-4X, which is composed of perception, short and long term memory, Behavior control, and motion control parts. Regarding Autonomous Behavior control, we further focus on issues such as spontaneous Behavior generation using a homeostasis regulation mechanism, and a Behavior control/selection mechanism with tree-structured situated Behavior modules. In the Autonomous Behavior control architecture, we achieve three basic requirements, which are the concurrent evaluation of the situation of each Behavior module, concurrent execution of multiple Behavior modules, and preemption (Behavior interruption/resume capability). Using the Autonomous Behavior control architecture described, we demonstrate that SDR-4X can spontaneously and passively interact with a human.