2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems

9-15 Oct. 2006

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  • Index of authors

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  • National Advisory Committee

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  • IROS 2006 Advisory Council

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  • IROS 2006 Organizing Committee

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  • IROS 2006 Technical Program Committee

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  • Sponsors and Supporting Organizations

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  • Human Intention Modeling and Interactive Computer Vision

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  • Co-existing with Robots

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  • Nano/Micro Robotic Systems for Directing Cellular Functions

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  • What is a Breakthrough toward Human Robotics?

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  • IROS 2006 Workshops and Tutorials

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  • Foreword

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  • 2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems Program at a glance

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  • Table of contents

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  • [Front cover]

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  • A Soft Human-Interactive Robot RI-MAN

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    Our goal is to create advanced engineering systems such as a soft human interactive robot. The robot developed here is named RI-MAN. RI-MAN exhibits the skill and ability to realize human care and welfare tasks. RI-MAN can search out a specific person in real time by fuing audio and visual information, and understand human speech based on a sound recognition function. In addition, RI-MAN's body is... View full abstract»

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  • Speech-based Human-Robot Interaction Components for URC Intelligent Service Robots

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    This video is concerned with a scenario for developing speech-based Human-Robot Interaction (sHRI) components for Ubiquitous Robot Companion (URC) Intelligent Service Robots as one of the next-generation growth engine industries in Korea. Here the URC means that it will provide the necessary services at any time and place to meet the user's requirements. Thus, it combines the network function with... View full abstract»

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  • Vision-based Human-Robot Interaction Components for URC Intelligent Service Robots

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    In this video, we present a scenario for developing vision-based Human-Robot Interaction (vHRI) components for Ubiquitous Robot Companion (URC) Intelligent Service Robots, which exploit strong Information Technology (IT) infrastructure. Here the URC means that it will provide the necessary services at any time and place to meet the user's requirements. Thus, it combines the network function with t... View full abstract»

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  • Interferences in a Human-Robot Interaction Game

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    This video presents a biologically inspired approach to multimodal integration and decision-making in the context of human-robot interactions. We address here the principle of ideomotor compatibility by which observing the movements of others influences the quality of one's own performance. A neural model capable of replicating a stimulus-response compatibility task, originally designed to measure... View full abstract»

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  • Tele-assembly in Wide Remote Environments

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    The video shows a telepresence system which allows to perfom an assembly task in an extensive remote environment. It comprises a telemanipulator with two anthropomorphic 7-DOF arms controlled by a hyper-redundant 10-DOF haptic display. Dexterous manipulation capabilities are achieved by employing 3-finger grippers at the teleoperator site and data gloves at the operator site. Mounting the telemani... View full abstract»

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  • EDDIE - An Emotion Display with Dynamic Intuitive Expressions

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    EDDIE, a novel mechatronical emotion-display designed for dynamic non-verbal human-robot interaction is presented. A special feature are dynamic and realistic emotional state transitions. Therefore, the emotional state-space based on the circumplex model of affect is directly mapped to joint space. The display is largely developed and manufactured in a rapid-prototyping process. Only miniature off... View full abstract»

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  • Person Following Robot ApriAttenda

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    We have developed the person following robot "ApriAttenda(TM)". This robot can accompany a person using vision based target detection and avoid obstacles with ultrasonic sensors. The robot first identifies an individual with its image processing system by detecting a person's region and recognizing the registered color and texture of his/her clothes. Our newly developed algorithm allows the robot ... View full abstract»

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  • Grounded Situation Models: Where Words and Percepts Meet

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    This video illustrates some of the bahavioral capabilities achieved using an implementation of the proposed GSM architecture on the conversational robot Ripley, as introduced in the video, and as further described in the accompanying paper. The situation model acts as a "theatrical stage" in the robot's mind, filled in with present, past or imagined situations. A special tripley-layered design ena... View full abstract»

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  • A Study on the Development of Ubiquitous CellPhone Robot

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    In this video clip, the development of ubiquitous CPR(Cellular Phone Robot), which adds personal robotic features such as mobility and emotion to CP(Cellular Phone), is presented. We described a prototype implementation of CPR and demonstrated its successful navigational ability. CPR movement are controlled by the data acquired from velocity sensors and the coordinates from RFID tags on the floor.... View full abstract»

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