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Adapting navigation strategies using motions patterns of people

M. Bennewitz, W. Burgard, S. Thrun
2003 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (Cat. No.03CH37422)  
Our approach uses learned models of people's motion behaviors. Whenever the robot detects a person it computes a probabilistic estimate about which motion pattern the person might be engaged in.  ...  In this paper we propose a method for adapting the behavior of a mobile robot according to the activities of the people in its surrounding.  ...  This work reported here has partly been supported by the IST Programme of Commission of the European Communities under contract number IST-2000-29456. VIII. REFERENCES  ... 
doi:10.1109/robot.2003.1241887 dblp:conf/icra/BennewitzBT03 fatcat:xptjdu74dbfglbmvbonxrz3jpy

Learning navigational maps by observing human motion patterns

Simon T. O'Callaghan, Surya P. N. Singh, Alen Alempijevic, Fabio T. Ramos
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
The study of human motion patterns is crucial for the development of social robots that share the environment with humans.  ...  Our method combines prior conventional planning strategies with most probable trajectories followed by people in a principled statistical manner, and adapts itself online as more observations become available  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the RobotAssist project and The University of Technology Sydney for providing the office dataset used in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2011.5980478 dblp:conf/icra/OCallaghanSAR11 fatcat:txnz22cin5azbh54yoepfnsmba

Navigation Among Humans [chapter]

Mikael Svenstrup
2011 Advances in Robot Navigation  
of the specific person, such that experience based on motion patterns of some people, can be used to determine the PI of other people. • The algorithm is adaptive, when the general behaviour of the people  ...  The spatial behaviour strategies of the robot are adapted according to the estimated interest by using adaptive potential field functions to govern the motion.  ... 
doi:10.5772/19345 fatcat:hqsq3iz5urghtltuu4j3fyrrdq

What determines our navigational abilities?

Thomas Wolbers, Mary Hegarty
2010 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
How do people differ in the cues and strategies they use for navigation?  ...  Together, the findings converge into an emerging model of how different factors interact to produce individual patterns of navigational performance.  ...  How do people differ in the cues and strategies they use for navigation?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2010.01.001 pmid:20138795 fatcat:wfnpswal6ncktm3rrvslfgqxce

Adaptive Human-Aware Robot Navigation in Close Proximity to Humans

Mikael Svenstrup, Søren Tranberg Hansen, Hans Jørgen Andersen, Thomas Bak
2011 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
that uses a Case-Based Reasoning approach to estimate if a person wants to interact with the robot; and, finally, a navigation system that uses a potential field to derive motion that respects the personʹs  ...  It is demonstrated that the robot is able to learn to estimate if a person wishes to interact, and that the system is capable of adapting to changing behaviours of the humans in the environment.  ...  of the specific person, such that experience based on motion patterns of some people, can be used to determine the PI of other people.  The algorithm is adaptive, when the general behaviour of the people  ... 
doi:10.5772/10570 fatcat:c7vda4r6bfhkxbfe6fbt6vkw6i

Towards the Adaptation of a Robotic Wheelchair for Cognitive Disabled Children

L. Montesano, J. Minguez, J.M. Alcubierre, Luis Montano
2006 2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
In this paper, we describe the adaptation of an autonomous robotic wheelchair for cognitive disabled children.  ...  In most cases it is necessary to develop additional tools to teach the children the spatial relations between the wheelchair, its motion and the environment.  ...  We want to thank Marta Díaz from the Polytechnical University of Catalonia, Spain for her useful comments in the psychological evaluation part of the project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2006.282617 dblp:conf/iros/MontesanoMAM06 fatcat:r7qpldfuyzfkziter6435vzlny

Understanding Socially Aware Robot Navigation

Kiran Jot Singh, Embedded Systems & Robotics Research Group, Chandigarh University, Punjab, India, Divneet Singh Kapoor, Balwinder Singh Sohi, Embedded Systems & Robotics Research Group, Chandigarh University, Punjab, India, Embedded Systems & Robotics Research Group, Chandigarh University, Punjab, India
2021 Maǧallaẗ al-abḥāṯ al-handasiyyaẗ  
Social Conventions (SC), Human Motion (HM) and Context Aware Mapping (CAM) for establishing effective socially aware robot navigation (SARN).  ...  It is further influenced by various factors like social norms, geometry of environment and surrounding people. It is essential to comprehend three components i.e.  ...  One of the crucial factor for how robot will adapt to its surroundings as per the social expectations is navigation.  ... 
doi:10.36909/jer.11123 fatcat:zlfuwfsusra7hhk5awqr3kq6yy

Prediction of human collision avoidance behavior by lifelong learning for socially compliant robot navigation

Christoph Weinrich, Michael Volkhardt, Erik Einhorn, Horst-Michael Gross
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
Because humans adapt their avoidance behavior to the robot's motion, the proposed method performs lifelong learning of the people's behavior while it adapts its own behavior to their motion.  ...  Furthermore, when the humans get used to a robot, also a long-term change of the human behavior towards the robot can be learned by our approach.  ...  For example, in [8] stationary laser-range finders are used to capture motion patterns of humans within an office environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2013.6630603 dblp:conf/icra/WeinrichVEG13 fatcat:ubg6fywppnexla4ehw7zxovh5q

Human–Robot–Environment Interaction Interface for Smart Walker Assisted Gait: AGoRA Walker

Sergio D. Sierra Sierra M., Mario Garzón, Marcela Múnera, Carlos A. Cifuentes
2019 Sensors  
strategies.  ...  The interface includes modules such as a navigation system, a human detection system, a safety rules system, a user interaction system, a social interaction system and a set of autonomous and shared control  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19132897 fatcat:ijclfu3jg5c3bcwyfi3bdmx62q

Scheme for motion estimation based on adaptive fuzzy neural network

Fredy Martinez, Cristian Penagos, Luis Pacheco
2020 TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control)  
The paper proposes and evaluates a principle of control of autonomous robots for applications of services to people, with the capacity of prediction and adaptation for the problem of following people without  ...  data that can be very useful for a wide range of tasks, in particular, to perform autonomous tasks of following people.  ...  The authors thank the research group ARMOS for the evaluation carried out on prototypes of ideas and strategies.  ... 
doi:10.12928/telkomnika.v18i2.14752 fatcat:lq3j6vwj4ffidmr4u2bmphy4a4

Using Human Motion Intensity as Input for Urban Design [chapter]

Esben S. Poulsen, Hans J. Andersen, Rikke Gade, Ole B. Jensen, Thomas B. Moeslund
2012 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
and motion intensities are used to generate situated flow topologies presenting new adaptive methods for urban design.  ...  This paper presents a study investigating the potential use of human motion intensities as input for parametric urban design.  ...  Furthermore, this paper will present urban design scenarios for data driven design patterns and response strategies for adaptive urban environments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31479-7_20 fatcat:dmg4msvxajbufkyovqst7uwg7u

Modeling human motion patterns for multi-robot planning

Nikhil Karnad, Volkan Isler
2012 2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
We present a novel motion model capable of representing the global path behavior of people.  ...  As a result, robot motion planning algorithms that use these representations are reactive in nature, and fail to exploit higher-order dependencies.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thanks are due to our colleagues and the anonymous reviewers for helping improve the presentation and clarity of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2012.6225209 dblp:conf/icra/KarnadI12 fatcat:ph62mgjmnngcjntyid3zksiq7u

Managing chronic knee symptoms: "we're all looking for solutions"

C. MacKay, E.M. Badley, S.B. Jaglal, J. Sale, A.M. Davis
2013 Osteoarthritis and Cartilage  
showed no differences in prescribing patterns.  ...  The Work of Navigating Health Care: Participants experiences' indicated that navigating the health care system added to the work of managing their knees.  ...  showed no differences in prescribing patterns.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joca.2013.02.528 fatcat:zjap75xjzzglxebcrcoqilnv2q

Understanding human interaction for probabilistic autonomous navigation using Risk-RRT approach

J. Rios-Martinez, A. Spalanzani, C. Laugier
2011 2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
In this case, they must be able to join the group using a socially adapted behavior.  ...  With the growing demand of personal assistance to mobility and mobile service robotics, robot navigation systems must be "aware" of the social conventions followed by people.  ...  SBCM was used to learn and predict behaviors of pedestrians in an environment and to help a service robot to take navigation decisions. The algorithm Dynamic AO* was used for motion planning issues.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2011.6094496 dblp:conf/iros/Rios-MartinezSL11 fatcat:pmia5a66obawfhdccq5tw5rclq

Understanding human interaction for probabilistic autonomous navigation using Risk-RRT approach

Jorge Rios-Martinez, Anne Spalanzani, Christian Laugier
2011 2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
In this case, they must be able to join the group using a socially adapted behavior.  ...  With the growing demand of personal assistance to mobility and mobile service robotics, robot navigation systems must be "aware" of the social conventions followed by people.  ...  SBCM was used to learn and predict behaviors of pedestrians in an environment and to help a service robot to take navigation decisions. The algorithm Dynamic AO* was used for motion planning issues.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2011.6048137 fatcat:q5zmzzhzfrcbjhawhaewh35due
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