Kang-Woo Lee

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This paper presents a human-robot interaction framework that outlines a general structure of future home service robots that are expected to assist humans in their home-based daily activities. We describe three interaction modules – multimodal, cognitive, and emotional interaction modules. Each module takes a different role in the process of human robot(More)
Distributed shared memory (DSM) provides transparent network interface based on the memory abstraction. Furthermore, DSM gives us the ease of programming and portability. Also the advantages ooered by DSM include low network overhead, with no explicit operating system intervention to move data over network. With the advent of high-bandwidth networks and(More)
—This paper describes the ongoing development of a software framework for supporting interoperability and integration among heterogeneous network-based robotic development frameworks. We studied two of network based robotic software development frameworks named CAMUS framework and RT-Middleware. The CAMUS(Context-aware Middleware for URC Systems) is a(More)