A Survey of Knowledge Representation in Service Robotics. (arXiv:1807.02192v4 [cs.RO] UPDATED)

A Survey of Knowledge Representation in Service Robotics. (arXiv:1807.02192v4 [cs.RO] UPDATED)
By: <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/cs/1/au:+Paulius_D/0/1/0/all/0/1">David Paulius</a>, <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/cs/1/au:+Sun_Y/0/1/0/all/0/1">Yu Sun</a> Posted: June 23, 2023

Within the realm of service robotics, researchers have placed a great amount
of effort into learning, understanding, and representing motions as
manipulations for task execution by robots. The task of robot learning and
problem-solving is very broad, as it integrates a variety of tasks such as
object detection, activity recognition, task/motion planning, localization,
knowledge representation and retrieval, and the intertwining of
perception/vision and machine learning techniques. In this paper, we solely
focus on knowledge representations and notably how knowledge is typically
gathered, represented, and reproduced to solve problems as done by researchers
in the past decades. In accordance with the definition of knowledge
representations, we discuss the key distinction between such representations
and useful learning models that have extensively been introduced and studied in
recent years, such as machine learning, deep learning, probabilistic modelling,
and semantic graphical structures. Along with an overview of such tools, we
discuss the problems which have existed in robot learning and how they have
been built and used as solutions, technologies or developments (if any) which
have contributed to solving them. Finally, we discuss key principles that
should be considered when designing an effective knowledge representation.

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