Representation Learning for Human-Robot Teaming with Multi-Robot Systems
Human-robot teaming is a critical capability, enabling humans and robots to work alongside each other as teammates. Robots perform a variety of tasks alongside humans, and seamless collaboration enables robots to to increase the efficiency, productivity and safety of humans across a wide spectrum of jobs and lifestyles, while allowing humans to rely on robots augment their work and improve their lives. Due to the complexities of multi-robot systems and the difficulty in identifying human intentions, effective and natural human-robot teaming is a challenging problem. When deploying a multi-robot ...
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Author(s):Tranby, Steven Michael; Schmitt, Josh C.; Robinson, Jonathan Shea; Goebel, Stephen Richard; Darbonne, Kenneth C.; Wilkins, Brent H.; Kaiser, Carl L.Date Issued:2006Format:born digital; Student works; postersThis poster presents the topic of the user interface team for the Urban Search And Rescue (USAR) Robot, Good Samaritan, senior design project. The USAR senior design project consists of four teams: platform, robotic arm, ...
Author(s):Kopacz, Joseph R.Date Issued:2013Format:born digital; masters thesesThe purpose of this thesis was to facilitate the design of various tools for Wolf Robotics to support the rapid development of concept stations. Feasibility of new parts is an integral part of design of robotic welding ...
Author(s):Ben-Gharbia, Khaled M.Date Issued:2014Format:born digital; doctoral dissertationsIt is common practice to design a robot's kinematics from the desired properties that are locally specified by a manipulator Jacobian. Conversely, one can determine a manipulator that possesses certain desirable kinematic ...