Robot programming by Demonstration (RPD): Supporting the induction by human interaction

  title={Robot programming by Demonstration (RPD): Supporting the induction by human interaction},
  author={Holger Friedrich and Stefan M{\"u}nch and R{\"u}diger Dillmann and Siegfried Bocionek and Michael Sassin},
  journal={Machine Learning},
Programming by Demonstration (PbD) is a programming method that allows software developers to add new functionalities to a system by simply showing them in the form of few examples. In the robotics domain it has the potential to reduce the amount of time required for programming and also to make programming more “natural”. Just imagine the task of assembling a torch by a manipulator. Wouldn't it be nice to just assemble the torch with one's own hands, watched by video and laser cameras and… CONTINUE READING
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