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Human – Robot Tactile Interaction

@inproceedings{Wsch2003HumanR,
  title={Human – Robot Tactile Interaction},
  author={Thomas W{\"o}sch and Wendelin Feiten},
  year={2003}
}
In the field of service robotics, robots serve and assist human beings. It is natural for humans to directly interact with the robot via tactile interfaces. This paper introduces several kinds of tactile interactions between a user and the robot as well as interactions of the robot with the environment. All interactions are implemented in a single paradigm: Forces measured from tactile sensors result in motion vectors at the contact points. The motion vectors from different sensors are… 

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