Yiannis Karayiannidis, Christian Smith, Francisco Viña, and Danica Kragic
This paper introduces a method for estimating the constraints imposed by a human agent on a jointly manipulated object. These estimates can be used to infer knowledge of where the human is grasping an object, enabling the robot to plan trajectories for manipulating the object while subject to the constraints. We describe the method in detail, motivate its validity theoretically, and demonstrate its use in co-manipulation tasks with a real robot.
Keywords: Human robot interaction, manipulator controlDisclaimer
Last update: 2013-07-01