Jannik Peters

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—This paper addresses the issue of learning and representing object grasp affordances, i.e. object-gripper relative configurations that lead to successful grasps. The purpose of grasp affordances is to organize and store the whole knowledge that an agent has about the grasping of an object, in order to facilitate reasoning on grasping solutions and their(More)
This paper presents a design, simulation, and fabrication pipeline for making transforming inflatables with various materials. We introduce a bending mechanism that creates multiple, programmable shape-changing behaviors with inextensible materials, including paper, plastics and fabrics. We developed a software tool that generates these bending mechanism(More)
The robot Justin, which has been developed at the institute of Robotics and Mechatronics at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen, is an advanced humanoid robot with two arms (7 DOF each) and four-fingered human-like hands (12 DOF each), a head with two video cameras for stereo vision, an actuated torso, and a base with four wheels mounted(More)
Blind Signal Separation (BSS) deals with the problem of separating independent sources from their observed mixtures while both the mixing process and original sources are unknown. Examples of BSS algorithms employed in acoustical applications can be found among others in audio teleconferencing systems, hearing aids, noise cancelling etc. Such systems(More)
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