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This work presents STReSSD, a framework that uses sound to bridge the simulation-to-reality gap for stochastic dynamics, demonstrated for the canonical case of a bouncing ball. ... Sound is an information-rich medium that captures dynamic physical events. ... We thank Matthew Matl and all reviewers for their insightful feedback and suggestions. ...arXiv:2011.03136v1 fatcat:l33ie2aiabcmzbcaokuyxpnx3m
Overall, our method addresses the real-to-sim problem probabilistically and helps to better represent the evolution of the state of deformable objects. ... We propose a novel methodology for extracting state information from image sequences via a technique to represent the state of a deformable object as a distribution embedding. ... Ramos, “STReSSD:  J. Grannen, P. Sundaresan, B. Thananjeyan, J. Ichnowski, A. Bal- Sim-to-real from sound for stochastic dynamics,” in Proceedings of akrishna, M. Hwang, V. ...arXiv:2112.05068v1 fatcat:hy33didiafac7kxlntlrco7lyi