USING A TASK DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE FOR ASSEMBLY. THE GENERATION OF WORLD MODELS.

Giuseppina Gini, Maria Gini

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Abstract

The paper introduces a system for constructing and using world models in languages for computer-controlled manipulators. An approach to the interactive generation of object models is presented, and a working system based on it, POINTY, is illustrated. The basic idea is to point to the objects with the manipulator itself, to build an incremental model of the world, and then to generate the corresponding descriptions in the high-level manipulator language. The proposed system is part of the AL system, a software system for programmable automation developed at Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages364-372
Number of pages9
StatePublished - Jan 1 1978
EventInt Symp on Ind Robots, 8th, Inst for Prod and Autom (IPA) Conf, 10th, Int Conf on Ind Robot Technol, 4th, Proc - Stuttgart, W Ger
Duration: May 30 1978Jun 1 1978

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OtherInt Symp on Ind Robots, 8th, Inst for Prod and Autom (IPA) Conf, 10th, Int Conf on Ind Robot Technol, 4th, Proc
CityStuttgart, W Ger
Period5/30/786/1/78

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    Gini, G., & Gini, M. (1978). USING A TASK DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE FOR ASSEMBLY. THE GENERATION OF WORLD MODELS.. 364-372. Paper presented at Int Symp on Ind Robots, 8th, Inst for Prod and Autom (IPA) Conf, 10th, Int Conf on Ind Robot Technol, 4th, Proc, Stuttgart, W Ger, .