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Merging Robotics and AAL ontologies: The RAPP methodology

Merging Robotics and AAL ontologies: The RAPP methodology

Proposed by our partner CERTH, a new paper entitled “Merging Robotics and AAL ontologies: The RAPP methodology” has been accepted for the Automation conference 2015.

Cloud robotics is becoming a trend in the modern robotics field, as it became evident that true artificial intelligence can be achieved only by sharing collective knowledge. In the ICT area, the most common way to formulate knowledge is via the ontology form, where different meanings connect semantically. Additionally, there is a considerable effort to merge robotics with assisted living concepts, as the modern societies suffer from lack of caregivers for the persons in need. In Emmanouil G. Tsardoulias et al.’s current work, an attempt is performed to merge a robotic and an AAL ontology, as well as utilize it in the RAPP Project (EU-FP7).

See all seven papers accepted for the Automation conference 2015.

This paper was published in the Springer series: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Volume 351. The book is entitled: Progress in Automation, Robotics and Measuring Techniques, Volume 2 Robotics. It was edited by: Roman Szewczyk, Cezary Zieliński and Małgorzata Kaliczyńska.