You are hereHome › Usha Kundu, MD College of Health (UKCOH) › Department of Public Health › Sutton, Melanie › Interactive confirmation of object functionality Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Sutton, M., Bowyer, K., & Stark, L. (1996). Interactive confirmation of object functionality. Working Notes of the AAAI Workshop-96 Workshop on Modeling and Reasoning With Function, 117-120. Interactive confirmation of object functionality Details Title Interactive confirmation of object functionality Contributor(s) McDowell, J. K. (editor) Located In Working Notes of the AAAI Workshop-96 Workshop on Modeling and Reasoning With Function Date 1996 Abstract The premise of our most recent work is that a.recognition system can and should incorporate both the symbolic labeling of the potential functionality of an object and the steps to confirm said functionality through interaction. Hence, the task at hand is as follows. A researcher selects an object and places it in the observation area of a robot arm. An initial intensity and range image are acquired. This initial state is the input to a two-stage recognition system which first performs the symbolic labeling of the object's potential functionality and produces a plan for interaction for the object. The second stage involves the interaction tests, guided by the plan for interaction, to confirm the object's functional use in a task. This paper describes the current state of the system.