Recognizing Human Touching Behaviors using a Haptic Interface for a Pet-robot

@inproceedings{Shinozawa1999RecognizingHT,
  title={Recognizing Human Touching Behaviors using a Haptic Interface for a Pet-robot},
  author={Futoshi Naya Junji Yamato Kazuhiko Shinozawa},
  year={1999}
}
  • Futoshi Naya Junji Yamato Kazuhiko Shinozawa
  • Published 1999
This paper presents the preliminary results of classifying human touching behaviors using a haptic interface for a pet-like robot. The haptic interface uses gridded pressure-sensitive conductive ink sheets. Features of the measured pressure data are determined for classification in terms of 1) absolute values, 2) spatial distributions and 3) the temporal differences in measured pressure patterns. Touching behaviors include “slap,” “pat,” “stroke” and so forth. The experimental results show that… CONTINUE READING
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