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000102395 245__ $$aDiscriminative and Adaptive Imitation in Uni-Manual and Bi-Manual Tasks
000102395 269__ $$a2006
000102395 260__ $$c2006
000102395 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000102395 520__ $$aThis paper addresses the problems of what to imitate and how to imitate in simple uni- and bi-manual manipulatory tasks. To solve the what to imitate issue, we use a probabilistic method, based on Hidden Markov Models, for extracting the relative importance of reproducing either the gesture or the specific hand path in a given task. This allows us to determine a metric of imitation performance. To solve the how to imitate issue, we compute the trajectory that optimizes the metric, given a set of robot's body constraints. We validate the methods in a series of experiments, where a human demonstrator teaches through kinesthetic a humanoid robot how to manipulate simple objects.
000102395 6531_ $$aRobot Programming by Demonstration (RbD)
000102395 6531_ $$aLearning by Imitation
000102395 6531_ $$aHuman-Robot Interaction (HRI)
000102395 6531_ $$aHidden Markov Model (HMM)
000102395 700__ $$0240594$$g115671$$aBillard, A.
000102395 700__ $$0240592$$g119190$$aCalinon, S.
000102395 700__ $$aGuenter, F.$$g127923$$0240591
000102395 773__ $$j54$$tRobotics and Autonomous Systems$$k5$$q370-384
000102395 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/102395/files/ras05.pdf$$zn/a$$s1841562
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