Compliance Control and Human-Robot Interaction: Part 1 - Survey

@article{Khan2014ComplianceCA,
  title={Compliance Control and Human-Robot Interaction: Part 1 - Survey},
  author={Said Ghani Khan and Guido Herrmann and Mubarak Al Grafi and Anthony G. Pipe and Chris Melhuish},
  journal={Int. J. Humanoid Robotics},
  year={2014},
  volume={11}
}
Compliance control is highly relevant to human safety in human–robot interaction (HRI). This paper presents a review of various compliance control techniques. The paper is aimed to provide a good background knowledge for new researchers and highlight the current hot issues in compliance control research. Active compliance, passive compliance, adaptive and reinforcement learning-based compliance control techniques are discussed. This paper provides a comprehensive literature survey of compliance… 
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