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Experimental analysis of a variable autonomy framework for controlling a remotely operating mobile robot
- Manolis Chiou, R. Stolkin, Goda Bieksaite, Nick Hawes, K. Shapiro, Timothy S. Harrison
- Engineering, Computer Science
- IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent…
- 1 October 2016
This paper presents a principled experimental analysis of a variable autonomy control approach to mobile robot navigation, in which a human operator is able to switch the Level of Autonomy (LOA) between teleoperation (joystick control) and autonomous control (robot navigates autonomously towards waypoints selected by the human) on-the-fly. Expand
Human-Initiative Variable Autonomy: An Experimental Analysis of the Interactions Between a Human Operator and a Remotely Operated Mobile Robot which also Possesses Autonomous Capabilities