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Solving Service Robot Tasks: UT Austin Villa@Home 2019 Team Report

Rishi Shah, Yuqian Jiang, Haresh Karnan, Gilberto Briscoe-Martinez, Dominick Mulder, Ryan Gupta, Rachel Schlossman, Marika Murphy, Justin Hart, Luis Sentis, and Peter Stone. Solving Service Robot Tasks: UT Austin Villa@Home 2019 Team Report. In AAAI Fall Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Interaction for Service Robots in Human Environments (AI-HRI 2019), November 2019.

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Abstract

RoboCup@Home is an international robotics competition based on domestic tasks requiring autonomous capabilities pertaining to a large variety of AI technologies. Research challenges are motivated by these tasks both at the level of individual technologies and the integration of subsystems into a fully functional, robustly autonomous system. We describe the progress made by the UT Austin Villa 2019 RoboCup@Home team which represents a significant step forward in AI-based HRI due to the breadth of tasks accomplished within a unified system. Presented are the competition tasks, component technologies they rely on, our initial approaches both to the components and their integration, and directions for future research.

BibTeX Entry

@InProceedings{AIHRI19-shah,
  author = {Rishi Shah and Yuqian Jiang and Haresh Karnan and Gilberto Briscoe-Martinez and Dominick Mulder and Ryan Gupta and Rachel Schlossman and Marika Murphy and Justin Hart and Luis Sentis and Peter Stone},
  title = {Solving Service Robot Tasks: UT Austin Villa@Home 2019 Team Report},
  booktitle = {AAAI Fall Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Interaction for Service Robots in Human Environments (AI-HRI 2019)},
  location = {Arlington, VA, USA},
  month = {November},
  year = {2019},
  abstract = {
  RoboCup@Home is an international robotics competition based on domestic 
  tasks requiring autonomous capabilities pertaining to a large variety of AI 
  technologies. Research challenges are motivated by these tasks both at the 
  level of individual technologies and the integration of subsystems into a 
  fully functional, robustly autonomous system. We describe the progress made 
  by the UT Austin Villa 2019 RoboCup@Home team which represents a significant 
  step forward in AI-based HRI due to the breadth of tasks accomplished within 
  a unified system. Presented are the competition tasks, component 
  technologies they rely on, our initial approaches both to the components and 
  their integration, and directions for future research.
  },
}

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