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Self-reflective segmentation of human bodily motions using associative neural networks towards human-machine shared autonomy

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1 Author(s)
Sawaragi, T. ; Graduate Sch. of Eng., Kyoto Univ., Japan

For realizing a naturalistic collaboration between humans and robots, we have to establish intention-sharing from the series of motion data that are observed and exchanged between the human and the machine. This is a problem of detecting meanings in the digitized data stream. We propose an approach based on semiosis, and present a number of ways for implementing the ideas using associative neural networks; one is a recurrent neural Elman network and the other one is Grossberg's adaptive resonance theory model. Experimental results are shown and their contributions to the design of a human-machine shared autonomy system are discussed.

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Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, 2001. Proceedings 2001 IEEE International Symposium on

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