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robocup19 [2019/01/09 11:44]
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     The SUTURO RoboCup@Home project is organized through the CRC 1320 Everyday Activity Science and Engineering (<a href="​https://​ease-crc.org/"><​b>​EASE &#​128279;</​b></​a>​). EASE is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Bremen that investigates everyday activity science & engineering. Its core purpose is to advance the understanding of how human-scale manipulation tasks can be mastered by robotic agents. Within EASE, general software frameworks for robotic agents are created and further developped. These frameworks (CRAM, KNOWROB, GISKARD, and ROBOSHERLOCK) can also be applied to the RoboCup@Home context. There is further a substantial overlap in robot capabilities required to pass the RoboCup@Home challenges with what capabilities robots within EASE provide. SUTURO students will benefit from expertise acquired by EASE researchers through multiple years of experience in working with autonomous robots performing everyday activities, and will be geared up for potentially being future EASE researcher. We further expect to make the EASE software infrastructure more robust and flexible through the application in the RoboCup@Home domain.     The SUTURO RoboCup@Home project is organized through the CRC 1320 Everyday Activity Science and Engineering (<a href="​https://​ease-crc.org/"><​b>​EASE &#​128279;</​b></​a>​). EASE is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Bremen that investigates everyday activity science & engineering. Its core purpose is to advance the understanding of how human-scale manipulation tasks can be mastered by robotic agents. Within EASE, general software frameworks for robotic agents are created and further developped. These frameworks (CRAM, KNOWROB, GISKARD, and ROBOSHERLOCK) can also be applied to the RoboCup@Home context. There is further a substantial overlap in robot capabilities required to pass the RoboCup@Home challenges with what capabilities robots within EASE provide. SUTURO students will benefit from expertise acquired by EASE researchers through multiple years of experience in working with autonomous robots performing everyday activities, and will be geared up for potentially being future EASE researcher. We further expect to make the EASE software infrastructure more robust and flexible through the application in the RoboCup@Home domain.
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     Fenja Kollasch <​br>​kollasch[at]uni-bremen.de     Fenja Kollasch <​br>​kollasch[at]uni-bremen.de
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-    Vanessa Hassouna <br> hassouna[at]uni-bremen.de 
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   <​li><​a href="​https://​github.com/​Suturo1819">​SUTURO 18/​19</​a></​li>​   <​li><​a href="​https://​github.com/​Suturo1819">​SUTURO 18/​19</​a></​li>​
-  <​li><​a href="​https://​github.com/​SemRoCo/​giskardpy">​Giskardpy</​a></​li>​+  <​li><​a href="​https://​github.com/​SemRoCo/​giskardpy">​GISKARD</​a></​li>​
   <​li><​a href="​https://​github.com/​code-iai">​Code IAI</​a></​li>​   <​li><​a href="​https://​github.com/​code-iai">​Code IAI</​a></​li>​
   <​li><​a href="​https://​ease-crc.org/">​EASE</​a></​li>​   <​li><​a href="​https://​ease-crc.org/">​EASE</​a></​li>​
 +  <​li><​a href="​http://​cram-system.org">​CRAM</​a></​li>​
 +  <​li><​a href="​http://​knowrob.org">​KnowRob</​a></​li>​
 +  <​li><​a href="​http://​robosherlock.org">​RoboSherlock</​a></​li>​
 +  <​li><​a href="​http://​caffe.berkeleyvisionm.org">​Caffe</​a></​li>​
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