Ker-Jiun Wang

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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) largely augment human capabilities by translating brain wave signals into feasible commands to operate external devices. However, many issues face the development of BCIs such as the low classification accuracy of brain signals and the tedious human-learning procedures. To solve these problems, we propose to use signals(More)
Physical human-robot interaction (pHRI) has become an important research topic in recent years. It involves close physical body contact between human and robots, which is a very critical technology to enable human-robot symbiosis for our future society. An illustrative example is the development of wearable robots [1], where the wearer can extend or enhance(More)
  • Ker-Jiun Wang
  • 2016 IEEE International Conference on Robotics…
  • 2016
Autonomous robot hand manipulation has attracted a lot of attention recently. Especially when the robot fingers reach the object, each finger requires the coordination between the position and the force control in free and constrained space. It is not guaranteed to be stable when switching between different control modes. Furthermore, after grasping the(More)
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