Teaching Robots to Perform Construction Tasks via Learning from Demonstration

@inproceedings{Liang2019TeachingRT,
  title={Teaching Robots to Perform Construction Tasks via Learning from Demonstration},
  author={C. J. Liang and V. Kamat and C. Menassa},
  year={2019}
}
Robots are expected to be widely used on future construction sites to assist human workers in the performance of repetitive physically-demanding tasks. Unlike typical manufacturing assembly lines, where parts are delivered to robots and workers in stationary workstations, construction robots and human workers must accumulate all necessary resources and repeatedly navigate to desired assembly locations on-site to perform useful work. The condition of such resources and the geometry of the… Expand
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