By Toshio Fukuda (auth.), Jiming Liu, Pong C. Yuen, Chun-hung Li, Joseph Ng, Toru Ishida (eds.)

The earlier few years have witnessed quick scienti?c and technological devel- ments in human-centered, seamless computing environments, interfaces, de- ces, and platforms with functions starting from enterprise and communique to leisure and studying. those advancements are jointly most sensible charac- rized as lively Media know-how (AMT), a brand new zone of knowledge expertise and laptop technology that emphasizes the proactive, seamless roles of interfaces and structures in addition to new electronic media in all points of human existence. This - lume comprises the papers awarded on the 6th foreign machine technological know-how convention: lively Media expertise (AMT 2001), the ?rst convention of its variety, taking pictures the country of analysis and improvement in AMT and the most recent architectures, prototypes, instruments, and ?elded structures that exhibit or let AMT. the quantity is geared up into the next 8 components: I. shrewdpermanent electronic - dia; II. net Personalization; III. energetic Interfaces; IV. independent Agent - proaches; V. Facial snapshot Processing; VI. AMT-Supported trade, company, studying, and overall healthiness Care; VII. instruments and strategies; and VIII. Algorithms.

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CUES VEL CRITERION Ye OPERATOR’S INDIVIDUAL JUDGMENT YOP RVEL YJ SEN1 JOINT JUDGMENT SEN7 YAT AUTONOMY’S INDIVIDUAL JUDGMENT Fig. 10. Description of the operator–autonomy cooperative task using the Lens model 4 Analyses and Discussions Irrespective of their interaction styles, the collaboration performances by the operator and the autonomy were gradually improved along with the experimental trials. There was, however, a difference in their processes of improvements between No-MII and MII in the beginning of experiments.

2 Experiments Figure 7 summarizes an overview of our developing teleoperation system including the components mentioned above. Using this system, we made some experiments to evaluate and consider our proposing model of the shared communicational modality. In addition, we also prepared an another experimental setting without the force-feedback effect of the joystick for comparison purposes. , the velocity and steering outputs of the potential field) on the monitor the operator cannot manipulate its status directly.

This paper describes the results of experiments to evaluate our system and discuss the interactions between a operator and a robot autonomy in it based upon the Brunswik’s Lens model framework [3,4] known as a method for judgment analysis. Hereafter, we introduce our proposing model of human–robot collaboration in section 2. Then the results of experiments held to evaluate the model are referred after the development of the robot teleoperation system embodying our model in section 3. In section 4, the results of experiments are analyzed based upon Brunswik’s Lens model framework, and we discuss the utility of our proposing model.

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