A review of spatial reasoning and interaction for real-world robotics

@article{Landsiedel2017ARO,
  title={A review of spatial reasoning and interaction for real-world robotics},
  author={Christian Landsiedel and Verena Rieser and Matthew Walter and Dirk Wollherr},
  journal={Advanced Robotics},
  year={2017},
  volume={31},
  pages={222-242}
}
Truly universal helper robots capable of coping with unknown, unstructured environments must be capable of spatial reasoning, i.e., establishing geometric relations between objects and locations, expressing those in terms understandable by humans. It is therefore desirable that spatial and semantic environment representations are tightly interlinked. 3D robotic mapping and the generation of consistent metric representations of space is highly useful for navigation and exploration, but they do… CONTINUE READING

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