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Architectural Mechanisms for Handling Human Instructions in Open-World Mixed-Initiative Team Tasks

  title={Architectural Mechanisms for Handling Human Instructions in Open-World Mixed-Initiative Team Tasks},
  author={Kartik Talamadupula and G. Briggs and Matthias Scheutz},
Future envisioned mixed-initiative human-robot teams will require increasingly autonomous and capable robotic team members who can interact with their human teammates in natural ways. The challenge is to develop an integrated cognitive robotic architecture that will enable effective, natural human-robot interactions. In this paper, we present recent work on our integrated robotic DIARC architecture with its embedded Sapa Replan planner for open-world human-robot teaming tasks (i.e., tasks where… Expand
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