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Recently,several types of interactive humanoid robots have been developed, and it has become necessary for humans to communicate with robots and treat them not only as intelligent devices but also as cooperative partners. In this paper, by using the task of assembling/disassembling a bicycle as an example, we propose a presenter robot system that can play(More)
Mutual adaptation is considered to be one of the key issues in realizing a human robot interaction (HRI) system. In order to develop a mutually adaptive interactive robot system, the authors adopt a bootstrapping approach comprising three stages: a human-human WOZ(Wizard of OZ) experiment, a human-robot WOZ experiment, and a human-adaptive robot experiment.(More)
In the neural science society, multi-subject brain decoding is of great interest. However, due to the variability of activation patterns across brains, it is difficult to build an effective decoder using fMRI samples pooled from different subjects. In this paper, a hierarchical model is proposed to extract robust features for decoding. With feature(More)
According to the weakness of session key construction based on node's own location, we propose a hybrid key management scheme which based on clustered wireless sensor networks. The use of hierarchical thinking, reducing the amount of key storage and computing, while supporting network topology, dynamic key management for which aims to prevent leakage.(More)
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