Teaching a Tele-robot using Natural Language Commands

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Jayawardena, Chandimal
Watanabe, Keigo
Izumi, Kiyotaka
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2005
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natural language tele-robot manipulator
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Jayawardena, C., Watanabe, K., and Izumi, K. (2005). Teaching a tele-robot using natural language commands. 2005 IEEE International Symposium on Micro-NanoMechatronics and Human Science, Nagoya, Japan. 59-64.
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For Internet-based tele operation systems, user-friendly natural interfaces are advantageous because those systems are intended to be used by non-experts. In developing user friendly interfaces, natural language communication is mandatory. This paper presents a system in which a sub-set of natural language is used to command a tele-robot manipulator doing an object sorting task. The paper discusses about referring to objects with natural language commands such as "pick the small red cube". This is achieved by learning individual lexical symbols that refer to colors, shapes, and sizes independently, and then inferring the meaning of a combination of them.
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