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Robots in the kitchen: Exploiting ubiquitous sensing and actuation (bibtex)
@ARTICLE{rusu_robots_2008,
  author = {Rusu, Radu Bogdan and Gerkey, Brian and Beetz, Michael},
  title = {Robots in the kitchen: Exploiting ubiquitous sensing and actuation},
  journal = {Robotics and Autonomous Systems Journal (Special Issue on Network
	Robot Systems)},
  year = {2008},
  abstract = {Our goal is to develop intelligent service robots that operate in
	standard human environments, automating common tasks. In pursuit
	of this goal, we follow the ubiquitous robotics paradigm, in which
	intelligent perception and control are combined with ubiquitous computing.
	By exploiting sensors and effectors in its environment, a robot can
	perform more complex tasks without becoming overly complex itself.
	Following this insight, we have developed a service robot that operates
	autonomously in a sensor-equipped kitchen. The robot learns from
	demonstration and performs sophisticated tasks in concert with the
	network of devices in its environment. We report on the design, implementation,
	and usage of this system, which is freely available for use and improvement
	by others in the research community.}
}
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