Probabilistic inference of human arm reaching target for effective human-robot collaboration

@article{Zanchettin2017ProbabilisticIO,
  title={Probabilistic inference of human arm reaching target for effective human-robot collaboration},
  author={Andrea Maria Zanchettin and Paolo Rocco},
  journal={2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS)},
  year={2017},
  pages={6595-6600}
}
Allowing a cobot to predict what the human operator is about to do can definitely enhance the effectiveness of human-robot collaboration. This paper addresses the problem of inferring the most likely reaching target of the human hand. The method allows the robot to promptly recognise the intention of the human to reach a certain position within the scene and can be thus used by the controller of the robot to take the optimal decision on what to do. A novel method based on Bayesian statistics… CONTINUE READING

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