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Craig Schlenoff
Craig Schlenoff
National Institute of Standards and Technology
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The process specification language (PSL) overview and version 1.0 specification
C Schlenoff, C Schlenoff, F Tissot, J Valois, J Lee
US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2000
3162000
Towards a core ontology for robotics and automation
E Prestes, JL Carbonera, SR Fiorini, VAM Jorge, M Abel, R Madhavan, ...
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 61 (11), 1193-1204, 2013
2332013
An IEEE standard ontology for robotics and automation
C Schlenoff, E Prestes, R Madhavan, P Goncalves, H Li, S Balakirsky, ...
2012 IEEE/RSJ international conference on intelligent robots and systemsá…, 2012
1472012
A robot ontology for urban search and rescue
C Schlenoff, E Messina
Proceedings of the 2005 ACM workshop on Research in knowledge representationá…, 2005
1252005
Unified process specification language: Requirements for modeling process
C Schlenoff, A Knutilla, S Ray
National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1996
1191996
Process specification language: An analysis of existing representations
A Knutilla, A Knutilla, S Ray, ST Polyak, A Tate, SC Cheah, RC Anderson
US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1998
1041998
Extensions to the core ontology for robotics and automation
SR Fiorini, JL Carbonera, P Gonšalves, VAM Jorge, VF Rey, T Haidegger, ...
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 33, 3-11, 2015
842015
The essence of the process specification language
CI Schlenoff
Craig I. Schlenoff, 1999
841999
A robust process ontology for manufacturing systems integration
C Schlenoff, R Ivester, A Knutilla
Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Engineering Design andá…, 1998
801998
Ontology engineering for distributed collaboration in manufacturing
L Pouchard, N Ivezic, C Schlenoff
Proceedings of the AIS2000 conference, 1012-7, 2000
742000
A suite of ontologies for robotics and automation [industrial activities]
SR Fiorini, J Bermejo-Alonso, P Gonšalves, EP De Freitas, AO Alarcos, ...
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 24 (1), 8-11, 2017
612017
Towards robust assembly with knowledge representation for the planning domain definition language (PDDL)
Z Kootbally, C Schlenoff, C Lawler, T Kramer, SK Gupta
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 33, 42-55, 2015
592015
Guest editorial a remarkable resurgence of artificial intelligence and its impact on automation and autonomy
KC Morris, C Schlenoff, V Srinivasan
IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering 14 (2), 407-409, 2017
552017
Ontology-based methods for enhancing autonomous vehicle path planning
R Provine, C Schlenoff, S Balakirsky, S Smith, M Uschold
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 49 (1-2), 123-133, 2004
542004
An industrial robotic knowledge representation for kit building applications
S Balakirsky, Z Kootbally, C Schlenoff, T Kramer, S Gupta
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systemsá…, 2012
532012
Using ontologies to aid navigation planning in autonomous vehicles
C Schlenoff, S Balakirsky, M Uschold, R Provine, S Smith
The knowledge engineering review 18 (3), 243-255, 2003
492003
Using process requirements as the basis for the creation and evaluation of process ontologies for enterprise modeling
M Gruninger, C Schlenoff, A Knutilla, S Ray
ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin 18 (2), 52-55, 1997
471997
Knowledge driven robotics for kitting applications
S Balakirsky, Z Kootbally, T Kramer, A Pietromartire, C Schlenoff, S Gupta
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 61 (11), 1205-1214, 2013
462013
A literature review of sensor ontologies for manufacturing applications
C Schlenoff, T Hong, C Liu, R Eastman, S Foufou
2013 IEEE International Symposium on Robotic and Sensors Environments (ROSEá…, 2013
432013
How task analysis can be used to derive and organize the knowledge for the control of autonomous vehicles
T Barbera, J Albus, E Messina, C Schlenoff, J Horst
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 49 (1-2), 67-78, 2004
412004
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