Haptic Human–Robot Collaboration: Comparison of Robot Partner Implementations in Terms of Human-Likeness and Task Performance

@article{Feth2011HapticHC,
  title={Haptic Human–Robot Collaboration: Comparison of Robot Partner Implementations in Terms of Human-Likeness and Task Performance},
  author={Daniela Feth and Raphaela Groten and Angelika Peer and Martin Buss},
  journal={PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={173-189}
}
In the past, working spaces of humans and robots were strictly separated, but recent developments have sought to bring robots into closer interaction with humans. In this context, physical human–robot interaction represents a major challenge, as it is based on continuous bilateral information and energy exchanges which result in a mutual adaptation of the partners. To address the challenge of designing robot collaboration partners, making them as human-like as possible is an approach often… CONTINUE READING
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