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Olz C, Wierzba E, Bercher P, Lindner F. Towards Improving the Comprehension of HTN Planning Domains by Means of Preconditions and Effects of Compound Tasks. In ICAPS Workshop Knowledge Engineering for Planning and Scheduling (KEPS); 2021.

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Dennis L, Bentzen MM, Lindner F, Fisher M. Verifiable Machine Ethics in Changing Contexts. In AAAI-21; 2021.

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Lindner F. Towards a formalization of explanations for robots’ actions and beliefs. In: JOWO 2020 Proceedings of the FOIS Workshop Ontologies for Autonomous Robotics (ROBONTICS 2020); 2020.

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Lindner F. Permissibility-under-a-description reasoning for deontological robots. Appeared in: Nørskov, M., Seibt J., Quick O. 2020. Culturally Sustainable Social Robotics—Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2020. Series Frontiers of AI and Its Applications, IOS Press, Amsterdam.

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Lindner F, Mattmüller R, Nebel B. Evaluation of the moral permissibility of action plans. Artificial Intelligence 2020; 287.

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Krarup B, Krivic S, Lindner F, Long D. Towards contrastive explanations for comparing the ethics of plans. In: ICRA Workshop Against Robot Dystopias: Thinking through the ethical, legal and societal issues of robotics and automation (AGAINST-20); 2020.

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Tolmeijer S, Weiss A, Hanheide M, Lindner F, Powers TM, Dixon C, Tielman ML. Taxonomy of trust-relevant failures and mitigation strategies. In: Proceedings of HRI 2020; 2020. Honorable Mention

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Lindner F, Kuhnert B, Wächter L, Möllney K. Perception of creative responses to moral dilemmas by a conversational robot. In: Proceedings of ICSR 2019; 2019.

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Lindner F, Möllney K. Extracting reasons for moral judgments under various ethical principles. In: KI 2019: Advances in Artificial Intelligence; 2019; p. 216–29.

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Stellmach H, Lindner F. Perception of an uncertain ethical reasoning robot. Journal of Interactive Media 2019; 18(1).

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Lindner F, Mattmüller R, Nebel B. Moral permissibility of action plans. In: Proceedings of the AAAI 2019; p. 7635–42.

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Wächter L, Lindner F. An explorative comparison of blame attributions to companion robots across various moral dilemmas. In: Proceedings of The 6th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction (HAI 2018); 2018.

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Kuhnert B, Lindner F, Bentzen MM, Ragni M. Causal structure of moral dilemmas predicts perceived difficulty of making a decision. In: Proceedings of the KogWis 2018 (Extended Abstract).

 

Bentzen, M. M., Lindner, F., Dennis, L., & Fisher, M. Moral Permissibility of Actions in Smart Home Systems. In Proceedings of the FLoC 2018 Workshop on Robots, Morality, and Trust through the Verification Lens (Extended Abstract). 2018.

 

Stellmach H, Lindner F. Perception of an uncertain ethical reasoning robot: A pilot study. In: Proceedings of Mensch und Computer 2018.

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Lindner F, Mattmüller R, Nebel B. Moral permissibility of action plans. In: Proceedings of the ICAPS Workshop EXplainable AI Planning (XAIP); 2018.

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Lindner F, Bentzen MM. A formalization of Kant’s second formulation of the categorical imperative. In: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Deontic Logic and Normative Systems; 2018.

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Hannibal G, Lindner F. Transdisciplinary reflections on social robotics in academia and beyond. In: Proceedings of Robo-Philosophy 2018.

 

Lindner F, Bentzen MM, Nebel B. The HERA approach to morally competent robots. In: IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS); 2017; p. 6991–7.

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Kuhnert B, Ragni M, Lindner F. The gap between human’s attitude towards robots in general and human’s expectation of an ideal everyday life robot. In: Proceedings of the 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN); 2017; p. 1102–7.

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Lindner F, Wächter L, Bentzen MM. Discussions about lying with an ethical reasoning robot. In: Proceedings of the 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN); 2017; p. 1445–50.

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Lindner F, Eschenbach C. An affordance-based conceptual framework for spatial behavior of social robots. In: Raul Hakli and Johanna Seibt (eds.); Sociality and Normativity for Robots – Philosophical Inquiries into Human-Robot Interactions; Springer International Publishing; 2017.

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Kuhnert B, Lindner F, Bentzen MM, Ragni M. Perceived difficulty of moral dilemmas depends on their causal structure: A formal model and preliminary results. In: Proceedings of the CogSci 2017 Conference; 2017.

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Lindner F, Bentzen MM. The hybrid ethical reasoning agent IMMANUEL. In: HRI’17 Companion of the 2017 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction; Vienna, Austria; 2017; p. 187–8.

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Lindner F. How to count multiple personal-space intrusions in social robot navigation. In: J. Seibt, M. Nørskov, S. S. Andersen (Eds.); What Social Robots Can and Should Do — Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2016 / TRANSOR 2016; Aarhus, Denmark; p. 323–31.

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Lindner F. A model of a robot’s will based on higher-order desires. In: Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN’16); 2016; New York City, New York, USA; p. 749–54.

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Lindner F. A social robot’s knowledge about territories in public space. In: The 3rd Workshop on Public Space Human-Robot Interaction (PubRob 2016); co-located with the IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2016); New York City, USA.

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Baumann T, Lindner F. Incremental speech production for polite and natural personal-space intrusion. In: Tapus, A., André, E., Martin, J.-C., Ferland, F., Ammi, M. (Eds.); Social Robotics – Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, ICSR 2015; Paris, France; p. 72–82.

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Baumann T, Lindner F. Towards a social robot that incrementally justifies personal-space intrusion. In: Workshop Towards a Framework for Joint Action; co-located with the International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR’15); Paris, France; 2015.

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Lindner, F. (2015) A Conceptual Model of Personal Space for Human-Aware Robot Activity Placement. Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2015), pp. 5770 – 5775.

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Lindner F. Soziale Roboter und soziale Räume: Eine Affordanz-basierte Konzeption zum rücksichtsvollen Handeln. 2015; Dissertation, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.

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Lindner F, Eschenbach C. Affordances and affordance space: A conceptual framework for application in social robotics. In: J. Seibt, R. Hakli, M. Norskov (eds.); Social Robots and the Future of Social Relations; 2014; p. 35–46.

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Lindner F, Eschenbach C. Affordance-based activity placement in human-robot shared environments. In: G. Herrmann, M. J. Pearson, A. Lenz, P. Bremner, A. Spiers, U. Leonards (eds.); Social Robotics; 2013; p. 94–103.

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Lindner F, Eschenbach, C. (2011) Towards a formalization of social spaces for socially aware robots. In: M. Egenhofer, N. Giudice, R. Moratz, and M. Worboys (eds.); Spatial Information Theory; 2011; p. 283–303.

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Lindner F. Modeling spatial behavior for socially intelligent agents. In: Johannes Haack ; Heike Wiese ; Andreas Abraham ; Christian Chiarcos (eds.); Proceedings of KogWis 2010: 10th Biannual Meeting of the German Society for Cognitive Science; Potsdam: Universitätsverlag Potsdam; 2010; p. 139. (Abstract)


Lindner F. Perzeptuelle Verankerung ausgedehnter Landmarken während der instruierten Navigation In: GI Gesellschaft für Informatik (Hrsg.); Informatiktage – Fachwissenschaftlicher Informatik-Kongress; Bonn; 2010; 39-42.


Lindner F. Perzeptuelle Verankerung ausgedehnter Landmarken während der instruierten Navigation. Diplomarbeit; Universität Hamburg; 2009.

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Jockel S, Lindner F, Zhang J. Sparse distributed memory for experience-based robot manipulation. In: Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO); 2008; p. 1298-303.

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