A Framework For Human-Aware Robot Planning
M. Cirillo, L. Karlsson, A. Saffiotti
Robots that share their workspace with humans, like household or service
robots, need to take into account the presence of humans when planning
their actions. In this paper, we present a framework for human-aware
planning in which we consider three kinds of human-robot interaction.
We focus in particular on the core module of the framework, a
human-aware planner that generates a sequence of actions for a robot,
taking into account the status of the environment, the goals of the
robot and the forecasted plan of the human. We present a first
realization of this planner, together with two simple experiments that
demonstrate the feasibility of our approach.