You are hereHome › Usha Kundu, MD College of Health (UKCOH) › Department of Public Health › Sutton, Melanie › Representing and reasoning about object functionality Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Sutton, M. A., Stark, L., & Bowyer, K. W. (1997). Representing and reasoning about object functionality: Towards an integrated approach. Intelligent Robots: Sensing, Modeling, and Planning, 180-197. Representing and reasoning about object functionality Details Title Representing and reasoning about object functionality: Towards an integrated approach Contributor(s) Bolles, R. C. (editor)Bunke, H. (editor)Noltemeier, H. (editor) Located In Intelligent robots: Sensing, modeling, and planning Date 1997 Notes Series in machine perception and artificial intelligence based on a workshop held 9/1-6/96, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany. Abstract This work summarizes research which uses various aspects of functionality as a means to achieve generic object recognition. We examine several approaches which attempt to integrate computer vision and robotics for the purpose of achieving recognition of functional classes of objects. Such integrated approaches include those which incorporate both the knowledge of the potential functionality of an object and the steps to confirm said functionality through interaction. An overview of our system, GRUFF-I (Generic Recognition Using Form, Function and Interaction), is presented. This system reasons about and generates plans for interaction with 3-D shapes from the categories furniture and dishes.