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Over the last two decades, considerable scientific and technological efforts have been devoted to developing tactile sensing based on a variety of transducing mechanisms, with prospective applications in many fields such as human-machine interaction, intelligent robot tactile control and feedback, and tactile sensorized minimally invasive surgery. This paper starts with an introduction of human tactile systems, followed by a presentation of the basic demands of tactile sensors. State-of-the-artdoi:10.3390/s18040948 pmid:29565835 pmcid:PMC5948515 fatcat:buh3sbgbjffadgua3tiy47xq5a