• Computer Science
  • Published 2010

Symbolic level generalization of in-hand manipulation tasks from human demonstrations using tactile

@inproceedings{Martins2010SymbolicLG,
  title={Symbolic level generalization of in-hand manipulation tasks from human demonstrations using tactile},
  author={Ricardo Martins and Diego R. Faria and Jorge Dias},
  year={2010}
}
This work intends to contribute to the development of autonomous dexterous robotic hands by presenting an approach to describe the mechanisms underlying the human strategies during the execution of in-hand manipulation tasks. The work proposes a symbolic decription of the inhand manipulation tasks. The in-hand manipulation tasks are demonstrated by a subject wearing an instrumented glove with a tactile sensing array on the palm and fingers region. The description of the manipulation movement… CONTINUE READING

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