Guest Editorial Special Issue on Robotic Sense of Touch

@article{Dahiya2011GuestES,
  title={Guest Editorial Special Issue on Robotic Sense of Touch},
  author={R. Dahiya and G. Metta and G. Cannata and M. Valle},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Robotics},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={385-388}
}
ROBOTICS has continuously witnessed paradigm shifts ever since robots appeared as “industrial tools.” Over the years, the application domain of robotics has increased manifold, and the wide variety of new generation of robots nowadays include humanoids, rehabilitation and assistive robots, social robots, bio-robots, medical robots, and so on. As humanoids, they simulate the human structure and behavior; as exoskeletons or artificial limbs, they assist humans; as social robots, they enable human… Expand
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