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 [[http://​www.open-ease.org|openEASE]] the web-based knowledge service for robots will be presented for the first time at ICRA. The paper presenting it offers an overview of the types of data it holds and the types of functionalists it exposes. [[http://​www.open-ease.org|openEASE]] the web-based knowledge service for robots will be presented for the first time at ICRA. The paper presenting it offers an overview of the types of data it holds and the types of functionalists it exposes.
-  * Michael Beetz, Moritz Tenorth, Jan Winkler, "**Open-EASE** - A Knowledge Processing Service for Robots and Robotics/AI Researchers"​.+  * Michael Beetz, Moritz Tenorth, Jan Winkler, "**OPEN-EASE** - A Knowledge Processing Service for Robots and Robotics/AI Researchers"​.
  
 [[http://​pr2-looking-at-things.com|RoboSherlock]] is at ICRA for the first time. It is a cognitive perception system built on top of the principles of unstructured management information. [[http://​pr2-looking-at-things.com|RoboSherlock]] is at ICRA for the first time. It is a cognitive perception system built on top of the principles of unstructured management information.
   * Michael Beetz, Ferenc Balint-Benczedi,​ Nico Blodow, Daniel Nyga, Thiemo Wiedemeyer, Zoltan-Csaba Marton, "​RoboSherlock:​ Unstructured Information Processing for Robot Perception"​.   * Michael Beetz, Ferenc Balint-Benczedi,​ Nico Blodow, Daniel Nyga, Thiemo Wiedemeyer, Zoltan-Csaba Marton, "​RoboSherlock:​ Unstructured Information Processing for Robot Perception"​.