Hyoyoung Jang

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In this paper, we describe the "soft remote control system" that provides easy control of home installed appliances to improve the inhabitant's comfort. This system is feasible to control various home appliances naturally by recognizing the user's hand gestures in the "intelligent sweet home". The user selects the device that he/her wants to control by(More)
The hand-posture-based user interface has been considered as an alternative to human-computer interaction (HCI), or for human-robot interaction, but many difficulties remain to be resolved. For natural recognition of hand posture by a vision device, we find that view-point-in variance is one of the most required characteristics. This paper presents a(More)
This paper presents a total solution on EMG signal-based walking phase recognition for people with lower limb disability. Various environmental factors such as sensed location, walking speed, and ground inclination are taken into consideration in all the phases of signal sensing, feature extraction, feature selection, and classification. Based on analysis(More)
Friendly interaction between human beings and robotic systems is vital in designing human centered service robots. Among several interaction technologies, intention reading of the user plays an important role for the human centered systems. In this paper, we focus on the aspect of intention reading in service robotic systems, and soft computing techniques(More)
– This paper describes a human-friendly interface based on hand gesture. Using two USB pan-tilt cameras, this system enables the user to operate home appliances with hand pointing and ten hand motions free from the user's position. The main contribution of the system lies in its user-friendly initialization methods including interaction between the user and(More)
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