Toward an Object-Based Semantic Memory for Long-Term Operation of Mobile Service Robots

@inproceedings{Dayoub2010TowardAO,
  title={Toward an Object-Based Semantic Memory for Long-Term Operation of Mobile Service Robots},
  author={Feras Dayoub and Tom Duckett and Grzegorz Cielniak},
  year={2010}
}
Throughout a lifetime of operation, a mobile service robot needs to acquire, store and update its knowledge of a working environment. This includes the ability to identify and track objects in different places, as well as using this information for interaction with humans. This paper introduces a long-term updating mechanism, inspired by the modal model of human memory, to enable a mobile robot to maintain its knowledge of a changing environment. The memory model is integrated with a hybrid map… CONTINUE READING

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