Improving the Human–Robot Interface Through Adaptive Multispace Transformation

@article{Muoz2009ImprovingTH,
  title={Improving the Human–Robot Interface Through Adaptive Multispace Transformation},
  author={Luis Miguel Mu{\~n}oz and Alicia Casals},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Robotics},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={1208-1213}
}
Teleoperation is essential for applications in which, despite the availability of a precise geometrical definition of the working area, a task cannot be explicitly programmed. This paper describes a method of assisted teleoperation that improves the execution of such tasks in terms of ergonomics, precision, and reduction of execution time. The relationships between the operating spaces corresponding to the human-robot interface triangle are analyzed. The proposed teleoperation aid is based on… CONTINUE READING

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