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Acquiring Models of Everyday Activities for Robotic Control in 'Current PhD Research in Pervasive Computing' (bibtex)
@ARTICLE{rusu_acquiring_2006,
  author = {Rusu, Radu Bogdan},
  title = {Acquiring Models of Everyday Activities for Robotic Control in {'Current}
	{PhD} Research in Pervasive Computing'},
  journal = {Technical Reports - University of Munich, Department of Computer
	Science, Media Informatics Group},
  year = {2006},
  volume = {{LMU-MI-2005-3}},
  month = mar,
  abstract = {Intelligent sensor equipped environments can be of much greater help
	if they are capable of recognizing the actions and activities of
	their users, and inferring their intentions. An intelligent kitchen
	that recognizes what a person is looking for can highlight the target
	object. An oven noticing that the cook is on the phone can reduce
	the heating temperature, in order to avoid the meal getting burnt.
	In my dissertation research, I investigate the representation of
	models of everyday activities and study how such models can be learned
	from sensory data.},
  editor = {Ferscha, A. and Langheinrich, M. and Schmidt, A.},
  issn = {1862-5207}
}
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