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Industrial Robot Grasping with Deep Learning using a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) [article]

Eugen Solowjow, Ines Ugalde, Yash Shahapurkar, Juan Aparicio, Jeff Mahler, Vishal Satish, Ken Goldberg, Heiko Claussen
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Universal grasping of a diverse range of previously unseen objects from heaps is a grand challenge in e-commerce order fulfillment, manufacturing, and home service robotics.  ...  The success rate of grasping an object form a bin is up to 95 percent with more than 350 picks per hour, if object and receptive bins are in close proximity.  ...  For example, clearing a bin of objects requires a different approach than picking one desired object from a heap. The problem addressed in this paper is as follows.  ... 
arXiv:2004.10251v1 fatcat:kp6z473tdvcsvaggepfa3k2nc4

Frege on Vagueness and Ordinary Language

Stephen Puryear
2012 The Philosophical Quarterly  
But given other things he evidently believes, such a position would seem to commit him to a suspect nihilism according to which assertoric sentences containing vague predicates are neither true nor false  ...  If we said instead "history of attempts to grasp a concept" or "history of the grasp of the concept", this would seem to me much more to the point; for a [logical?]  ...  Similarly, he would have to say that 'heap' acquires a Bedeutung in the context of the sentence 'All dunes are heaps' just in case the concept heap is either defined for all dunes, in which case again  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9213.2012.00103.x fatcat:7izmguyi5rd3nkk5vqjilh5rrq

How does a box work? A study in the qualitative dynamics of solid objects

Ernest Davis
2011 Artificial Intelligence  
This paper is an in-depth study of qualitative physical reasoning about one particular scenario: using a box to carry a collection of objects from one place to another.  ...  Our theory is elaboration tolerant in the sense that carrying out the analogous inference for carrying objects in boxes with lids, in boxes with small holes, or on trays can reuse much of the same knowledge  ...  Third, two distinct maximal heaps cannot abut one another. Thus, around any maximal heap there is a clear space free of any mobile objects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.artint.2010.04.006 fatcat:aumaf3um4bbnvejjxsugwhngj4

Commercial Mica in North Carolina: The Story of its Discovery

Frederic W. Simonds
1896 Science  
Heap, the surviving member of the firm, informed me that his attention was called to. the existence of mica at the Sinkhole silvermine by a peddler of county rights in a broadcast wheat-sowing machine.  ...  In reviewing this work particular attention ought to be paid to its objects and to the system of education that has given it birth.  ...  In reviewing this work particular attention ought to be paid to its objects and to the system of education that has given it birth.  ... 


1896 Science  
Heap, the surviving member of the firm, informed me that his attention was called to the existence of mica at the Sinkhole silver mine by a peddler of county rights in a broadcast wheat-sowing machine.  ...  FREDERIC In reviewing this work particular attention ought to be paid to its objects and to the system of education that has given it birth.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.4.89.359 pmid:17792980 fatcat:3jkcg2nmlzebxeo7vvqsaiv7fy

Kant's Argument for the Apperception Principle

Melissa McBay Merritt
2011 European Journal of Philosophy  
objects of this attention.  ...  tacit grasp of the rule determining the representation.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0378.2009.00364.x fatcat:vlcixskgnffzbiwurkpfupdr5a

The Vulgar Conception of Objects in "Of Skepticism with Regard to the Senses"

Stefanie Rocknak
2007 Hume Studies  
According to Hume, when in a vulgar state of mind, we may grasp perfect identity only when we uninterruptedly observe what we take to be an object. 18 This occurs when "we fix our thought on any object  ...  our idea of say, the violet, when we "fix" our attention on it.  ... 
doi:10.1353/hms.2011.0209 fatcat:ogle3gavi5fffclxgrrmnekhfq

Meier, Reimarus and Kant on Animal Minds

Jacob Browning
2021 Kantian Review  
A major disputed text for understanding Kant on animals is his criticism of G. F. Meier's view in the 1762 'False Subtlety of the Four Syllogistic Figures'.  ...  AbstractClose attention to Kant's comments on animal minds has resulted in radically different readings of key passages in Kant.  ...  Van den Berg (: -) provides an excellent discussion of how this process works for Reimarus, especially in complex cases.  These passages also show the influence of French sensualists, especially  ... 
doi:10.1017/s136941542000059x fatcat:ba4j3cxqvvaldgfwo76o2q4xwa

Understanding dynamic scenes

A. Chella, M. Frixione, S. Gaglio
2000 Artificial Intelligence  
We propose a framework for the representation of visual knowledge in a robotic agent, with special attention to the understanding of dynamic scenes.  ...  Developing such a description requires both bottom-up, data driven processes that associate symbolic knowledge representation structures with the data coming out of a vision system, and top-down processes  ...  This work has been partially supported by the ASI Project "An Intelligent System for the Supervision of Autonomous Robots in Space" and by the MURST Project "Progetto Cofinanziato CERTAMEN".  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(00)00048-5 fatcat:ckxhowg6ijcqtfwbqjigt6kzxu

eXpOS: A Simple Pedagogical Operating System for Undergraduate Instruction [article]

K. Murali Krishnan
2020 arXiv   pre-print
An independent one semester compiler design project, where the student builds a compiler for a tiny object oriented programming language that generates target code that can be loaded and executed by the  ...  The functionalities of the OS include multitasking, virtual memory, semaphores, shared memory, an elementary file system, interrupt driven disk and console I/O, and a limited multi-user support.  ...  An independent one semester pedagogical project which asks the student to write a compiler (as well as associated linking and heap management routines) for a tiny object oriented programming language (  ... 
arXiv:2008.03563v1 fatcat:z5dfv53jnrdohevfbkm2l55a6i

A different kind of programming languages course

Dorian P. Yeager
2009 Proceeding of the 24th ACM SIGPLAN conference companion on Object oriented programming systems languages and applications - OOPSLA '09  
Such a course has been offered by Grove City College for a decade and has matured into a very effective means of communicating essential programming language design and implementation ideas to our students  ...  languages for OOP.  ...  Acknowledgments Support for much of the effort in developing course materials was given to the author by Grove City College via a grant for a sabbatical semester, for which the author is very grateful.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1639950.1639963 dblp:conf/oopsla/Yeager09 fatcat:psvatxkmofamrpfcossfqnp5tq

GKNet: grasp keypoint network for grasp candidates detection [article]

Ruinian Xu, Fu-Jen Chu, Patricio A. Vela
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The deep network detects each grasp candidate as a pair of keypoints, convertible to the grasp representationg = x, y, w, θ T , rather than a triplet or quartet of corner points.  ...  Follow-up experiments on a manipulator evaluate GKNet using 4 types of grasping experiments reflecting different nuisance sources: static grasping, dynamic grasping, grasping at varied camera angles, and  ...  Likewise, identifying a means to translate the 2D grasp representation to a full 3D grasp pose would remove the need for a top-down grasp and permit richer manipulation from more varied viewpoints.  ... 
arXiv:2106.08497v3 fatcat:453hdniyanbyborxg66inxxrc4

Big Data y televisión. Una reflexión crítica sobre el auge del Big Data como nuevo paradigma tecno-económico, y su impacto en el concepto de target de audiencia

Paul Clemens MURSCHETZ, Daniela SCHLÜTZ
2018 Fonseca: Journal of Communication  
-to inspire our understanding that big data would perfectly fit the dominant «techno-economic paradigm», a meta-narrative for a substantial technological revolution that has the power to bring about a  ...  It finds that research into big data requires much closer attention to critical issues in the social and cultural sciences -with a focus on media and communication studies and its subfield media management  ...  Although there is an ever-growing discourse about big data in the TV broadcast industry, our own review of this burgeoning literature concludes that a clear picture of the big data challenges and opportunities  ... 
doi:10.14201/fjc2018172338 fatcat:cmqarzebkvdvxozgyz3behx5cq

Computation as Material in Live Coding

Till Bovermann, Dave Griffiths
2014 Computer Music Journal  
This article gives insights into three years of artistic research and performance practice with Betablocker, an imaginary central processing unit architecture, specifically designed and implemented for  ...  It covers the themes of algorithmic composition, sound generation, genetic programming, and autonomous coding in the light of self-manipulating code and artistic research practice.  ...  Particular attention has to be given to the fact that, although a specific part of the data stored on Betablocker's heap is meant to be a program, by definition the possibility exists that it will be altered  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00228 fatcat:yngzo7je2jeexafengzugskqb4

III.—William of Ockham on Universals

C. Delisle Burns
1914 Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society  
But it is sometimes argued that the unity ©f a collection (as a heap of stones) is essentially different from the union in a complex (as a living body).  ...  Ockham was not really driven to prove that a particular w&snot a collection of universals, since no medieval philosopher, since Abelard appeared, had asserted that it was.  ... 
doi:10.1093/aristotelian/14.1.76 fatcat:q7rquhsshrd5jp7k7j6t4qseiu
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