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In the not so distant future, robots looking like humans may be part of our everyday lifestyle. Then it would be important that they provide a natural behaviour and mimic. To make this possible, the way artificial skin is controlled by a number of actuators would have to be addressed. In this paper, we compare a number of partly novel algorithms for adapting to a number of different eye brow expressions. The results indicate that the novel algorithms perform better than the existing algorithms.