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Rehabilitative follow-up care is important for stroke patients to regain their motor and cognitive skills. We aim to develop a robotic rehabilitation assistant for walking exercises in late stages of rehabilitation. The robotic rehab assistant is to accompany inpatients during their self-training, practicing both mobility and spatial orientation skills. To hold contact to the patient, even after temporally full occlusions, robust user re-identification is essential. Therefore, we implemented adoi:10.1109/iros.2015.7353880 dblp:conf/iros/EisenbachVSG15 fatcat:qpzeau4jibhchfllumzbloifum