Supporting Self-Explanation on Behavior Based Robots

Christopher Dac Le

The ROSEY project (RObot Self-Explains whY) is an attempt to extend behavior-based robots by supporting verbalization of causal explanations of the robot’s behavior. It extends parallel-reactive architectures to support higher-level function, in this case self-inspection and explanation. In this paper, we discuss work in progress on generating explanations of locomotive behaviors and describe our initial implementation on an indoor mobile robot.


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