Claudius Strub

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Increasingly widespread available haptic sensors mounted on articulated hands offer new sensory channels that can complement shape extraction from vision to enable a more robust handling of objects in cases when vision is restricted or even unavailable. However, to estimate object shape from haptic interaction data is a difficult challenge due to the(More)
Robots are expected to operate autonomously in unconstrained, real-world environments. Therefore, they cannot rely on access to models of all objects in their environment, in order to parameterize object-directed actions. The robot must estimate the shape of objects in such environments, based on their perception. How to estimate an object's shape based on(More)
Dynamic neural fields (DNFs) are dynamical systems models that approximate the activity of large, homogeneous, and recurrently connected neural networks based on a mean field approach. Within dynamic field theory, the DNFs have been used as building blocks in architectures to model sensorimotor embedding of cognitive processes. Typically, the parameters of(More)
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