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Extending the Knowledge-Level Approach to Planning for Social Interaction, R. Petrick, Workshop of the UK Planning and Scheduling Special Interest Group (PlanSIG 2013), 2014.

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A robot coexisting with humans must not only be able to perform physical tasks, but must also be able to interact with humans in a socially appropriate manner. We describe an application of planning to task-based social interaction using a robot that must interact with multiple human agents in a simple bartending domain. Extensions to previous work include a new domain supporting planning for group interactions, and reasoning about uncertainty due to automatic speech recognition.