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P1872.1.1

Guide for Practical Implementations of IEEE 1872.1-2024 Standard for Robot Task Representation

This guide specifies guidance for practical implementations of IEEE 1872.1-2024 Standard for Robot Task Representation, including illustrative use cases that help enable the utilization of robotic solutions to address organizations' fast-changing problems.

Sponsor Committee
RAS/SC - Standing Committee for Standards
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Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2023-12-06

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
Sponsor Committee
RAS/SC - Standing Committee for Standards
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Working Group
RTR - Robot Task Representation
IEEE Program Manager
Tom Thompson
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Working Group Chair
Stephen Balakirsky

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P1872.1

IEEE Draft Standard for Robot Task Representation

This standard defines an ontology 1 that allows for the representation of, reasoning about, and communication of Task task knowledge in the learning, robotics, and automation domain. This ontology includes a list of essential terms and their definitions, attributes, types, structures, properties, constraints, and relationships. In addition, it will address how hierarchical planners and designers represent task knowledge allowing them to better communicate among levels of the ontology hierarchy.

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