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Affordance Graph: A Framework to Encode Perspective Taking and Effort based Affordances for day-to-day Human-Robot Interaction

Amit Kumar Pandey 1 Rachid Alami 1
1 LAAS-RIS - Équipe Robotique et InteractionS
LAAS - Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes
Abstract : Analyzing affordances has its root in socio-cognitive development of primates. Knowing what the environment , including other agents, can offer in terms of action capabilities is important for our day-today interaction and cooperation. In this paper, we will merge two complementary aspects of affordances: from agent-object perspective, what an agent afford to do with an object, and from agent-agent perspective, what an agent can afford to do for other agent, and present a unified notion of Affordance Graph. The graph will encode affordances for a variety of tasks: take, give, pick, put on, put into, show, hide, make accessible, etc. Another novelty will be to incorporate the aspects of effort and perspective-taking in constructing such graph. Hence, the Affordance Graph will tell about the action-capabilities of manipulating the objects among the agents and across the places, along with the information about the required level of efforts and the potential places. We will also demonstrate some interesting applications.
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Amit Kumar Pandey, Rachid Alami. Affordance Graph: A Framework to Encode Perspective Taking and Effort based Affordances for day-to-day Human-Robot Interaction. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, Nov 2013, Tokyo, Japan. ⟨hal-01977534⟩

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