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2008 19th International Conference on Systems Engineering
The utilization of robots in hazardous environments for tasks that require high safety and/or precision is significantly increasing. In this work, we consider scenarios where kinematically redundant manipulators are teleoperated to complete tasks specified by point-to-point motion. Teleoperator performance is evaluated based on several different criteria. We build upon previous work on the performance of human/robotic systems by studying the effects of two different visual interfaces. Namely,doi:10.1109/icseng.2008.45 fatcat:xkhfs3g6kbhjdj4pi2ytodeunq