Selected publications regarding key result 2:

Knowrob 2.0

  1. Franklin Kenghagho Kenfack, Feroz Ahmed Siddiky, Ferenc Balint-Benczedi, and Michael Beetz. RobotVQA — A Scene-Graph- and Deep-Learning-based Visual Question Answering System for Robot Manipulation. In IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Las Vegas, USA, 2020
  2. Patrick Mania, Franklin Kenghagho Kenfack, Michael Neumann, and Michael Beetz. Imagination-enabled Robot Perception., 2020
  3. Janis Rosskamp, Rene Weller, Thorsten Kluss, Jaime Leonardo Maldonado Cañon, and Gabriel Zachmann. Improved cnn-based marker labeling for optical hand tracking. In International Conference on Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, pages 165–177, 2020.
  4. Toni Tan, Rene Weller, and Gabriel Zachmann. OpenCollBench – Benchmarking of Collision Detection & Proximity Queries as a Web-Service. In Soonhung Han, Don Brutzman, and Jehee Lee, editors, The 25th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, pages 1–9, 2020.
  5. Andrei Haidu and Michael Beetz. Automated models of human everyday activity based on game and virtual reality technology. In 2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pages 2606–2612. IEEE, 2019.
  6. Patrick Mania and Michael Beetz. A Framework for Self-Training Perceptual Agents in Simulated Photorealistic Environments. In 2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pages 4396–4402. IEEE, 2019.
  7. Toni Tan, René Weller, and Gabriel Zachmann. SIMDop: SIMD optimized Bounding Volume Hierarchies for Collision Detection. In IROS, pages 7256–7263, 2019.
  8. Michael Beetz, Daniel Beßler, Andrei Haidu, Mihai Pomarlan, Asil Kaan Bozcuoğlu, and Georg Bartels. Knowrob 2.0 — a 2nd generation knowledge processing framework for cognition-enabled robotic agents. In 2018 IEEE International Confer- ence on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pages 512–519. IEEE, 2018. Is on the list of most important publications over past 3 years in the area of cognitive robotics selected by the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Cognitive Robotics.
Spatiotemporal Reasoning
  1. Petra Wenzl and Holger Schultheis. Optimality and Space in Weakly Constrained Everyday Activities. In S. Denison, M. Mack,Y. Xu, and B.C. Armstrong, editors, Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pages 1866–1872. Cognitive Science Society, 2020a.
  2. Petra Wenzl and Holger Schultheis. Spatial Representation in Sequential Action Organization of Weakly Constrained Everyday Activities. In Jurgis Škilters, Nora S. Newcombe, and David Uttal, editors, Spatial Cognition XII, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 59–75, Cham, 2020b. Springer International Publishing.
  3. Petra Wenzl and Holger Schultheis. What Everyday Activities Reveal About Spatial Representation and Planning Depth. In Terry C. Stewart, editor, Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, pages 302–308,University Park, PA, 2020c. Applied Cognitive Science Lab, Penn State.
  4. Mehul Bhatt, Jakob Suchan, and Srikrishna Varadarajan. Deep Semantics for Explainable Visuospatial Intelligence: Perspec- tives on Integrating Commonsense Spatial Abstractions and Low-Level Neural Features. In NeSy 2019: In Proceedings of 14th International Workshop on Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning (NeSy), at IJCAI 2019, Macao, China, August 9, 2019, 2019.
  5. Christian Freksa, Thomas Barkowsky, Zoe Falomir, and Jasper van de Ven. Geometric problem solving with strings and pins. In Spatial Cognition & Computation, 19 (1) :46–68, 2019.
  6. Jakob Suchan, Mehul Bhatt, and Srikrishna Varadarajan. Out of Sight But Not Out of Mind: An Answer Set Programming Based Online Abduction Framework for Visual Sensemaking in Autonomous Driving. In Sarit Kraus, editor, Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IJCAI 2019, Macao, China, August 10-16, 2019 pages 1879–1885., 2019. Received Distinguished Paper Honorable Mention Award.
  7. Jakob Suchan, Mehul Bhatt, Przemyslaw Andrzej Walega, and Carl P. L. Schultz. Visual Explanation by High-Level Abduction: On Answer-Set Programming Driven Reasoning About Moving Objects. In Sheila A. McIlraith and Kilian Q. Weinberger, editors, Proceedings of the Thirty-Second AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, (AAAI-18), New Orleans, Louisiana,USA, February 2-7, 2018, pages 1965–1972. AAAI Press, 2018b.
  8. Jasper van de Ven, Munehiro Fukuda, Holger Schultheis, Christian Freksa, and Thomas Barkowsky. Analyzing Strong Spatial Cognition: A Modeling Approach. In Sarah Creem-Regehr, Johannes Schöning, and Alexander Klippel, editors, Spatial Cognition XI, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 197–208, Cham, 2018. Springer International Publishing.
  9. Jakob Suchan and Mehul Bhatt. Deep Semantic Abstractions of Everyday Human Activities – On Commonsense Representations of Human Interactions. In Aníbal Ollero, Alberto Sanfeliu, Luis Montano, Nuno Lau, and Carlos Cardeira, editors, ROBOT 2017: Third Iberian Robotics Conference – Volume 1, Seville, Spain, November 22-24, 2017, volume 693 of Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, pages 477–488. Springer, 2017b.
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