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 Action categories are designed to include both action encoding and context information,​ obtained by combining linguistic analysis with grounded exploration and action simulation. The power of action categories is that the rich context information allows for generalization (for example replacement of objects in an action), ​ and addresses ambiguity and incompleteness in planning. Action categories are designed to include both action encoding and context information,​ obtained by combining linguistic analysis with grounded exploration and action simulation. The power of action categories is that the rich context information allows for generalization (for example replacement of objects in an action), ​ and addresses ambiguity and incompleteness in planning.
  
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 An example industrial application for ACAT would be to use manuals, made for human workers, to construct robot-executable instructions. This would enable the robot to do certain human tasks without time-consuming programming procedures. The result of the ACAT project is a robot-compiler which translates human understandable information into a program a robot can execute. An example industrial application for ACAT would be to use manuals, made for human workers, to construct robot-executable instructions. This would enable the robot to do certain human tasks without time-consuming programming procedures. The result of the ACAT project is a robot-compiler which translates human understandable information into a program a robot can execute.