Hyoungki Lee

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Home service robots have received much attention from both academia and industry because home service robots have wide range of potential applications such as home security, cleaning, etc. The robots need to add or update services frequently according to the changing needs of human users. Furthermore, reactive nature of the robots add complexity to develop(More)
Typical robot development requires that hardware be mostly functional before significant software development begins. Utilizing virtual prototype of hardware and its environment can reduce development time and manufacturing cost. Virtual prototyping is, however, a highly challenging task requiring in-depth knowledge in many disciplines. Few of simulation(More)
An effective human-robot interaction is essential for wide penetration of mobile home robots into the market. The ability to track human in the home environment is one of fundamental functions of home robots. In this paper, we introduce a prototype of Samsung home robot (SHR) developed by Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) and present a scheme(More)
Improvement of dead reckoning accuracy is essential for robotic localization systems and has been intensively studied. However, existing solutions cannot provide accurate positioningwhen a robot suffers from changing dynamics such as wheel slip. In this paper, we propose a fuzzy-logic-assisted interacting multiplemodel (FLAIMM) framework to detect and(More)
Home service robots attract much attention from both academia and industry for its immediate impact on increased quality of human life. Home service robots interact closely with human in wide range of situations. Also the robots need to add or update services frequently according to the changing needs of human users. These situations add complexity to the(More)
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