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sDSPL - Towards a benchmark for general-purpose task evaluation in domestic service robots

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posted on 30.09.2021, 06:30 authored by Luis ContrerasLuis Contreras, Yosuke Matsusaka, Takashi Yamamoto, Hiroyuki Okada
Although the skills required to solve isolated robotics problems are reaching amazing performances recently, we propose the evaluation of such individual solutions in fully integrated robot systems tested in real daily situations like those presented at international robotics competitions. The simulation Domestic Standard Platform League (sDSPL), which utilizes the HSR simulator developed for the World Robot Summit, surges from the necessity to standardise and spread the research on Domestic Service Robots where a series of solutions can be tested to solve a general-purpose task in a standard domestic environment; this approach has been proven successful at several international competitions, namely, the RoboCup Japan Open, the Mexican Tournament of Robotics, and the RoboCup 2021.

**This work was accepted to The 39th Annual Conference of the Robotics Society of Japan.

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Tamagawa University

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