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Considering the anchoring problem in robotic intelligent bin picking

AuthorsEscudero-Rodrigo, Diego; Alquézar Mancho, Renato
Issue Date2018
PublisherIOS Press
CitationArtificial Intelligence Research and Development: 350-354 (2018)
SeriesFrontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications
AbstractRandom Bin Picking means the selection by a robot of a particular item from a container (or bin) in which there are many items randomly distributed. Generalist robots and the Anchoring Problem should be considered if we want to provide a more general solution, since users want that it works with different type of items that are not known ‘a priori’. Therefore, we are working on an approach in which robot learning and human-robot interaction are used to anchor control primitives and robot skills to objects and action symbols while the robot system is running, but we are limiting the scope to the packaging domain. In this paper we explain how to use our system to do anchoring in Robotic Bin Picking.
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