Programming by Demonstration: Coping with Suboptimal Teaching Actions
The difficulty associated with programing existing robots is one of the main impediments to them finding application in domestic environments such as the home. A promising method for simplifying robot programing is Programing by Demonstration (PbD). Here, an end user can provide a demonstration of the task to be programed, with a PbD "interface" interpreting the demonstration in order to determine low-level control details for the robot. A key aspect of the interpretation process is to make it...[Show more]
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