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Authors: Alaa M. Khamis (Department of Systems Engineering and Automation, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain) 
Book Description:
The human interaction and the robot’s autonomy are key functions that can spread the use of the robot in human daily life. The remote interaction is a special type of human-robot interaction, where the human and the robot are separated by physical barriers but linked via telematics technologies (= telecommunication + informatics). Due to the nature of intelligence needed for the modern robots, remote interaction systems must combine the dream of the artificial intelligence field of creating an intelligent being, creature, or program with human-computer interaction‘s vision of building systems that are centered around the user’s needs and desires. This introduces a number of technical challenges, which must be addressed such as local autonomy, control strategy, communication medium constraints, feedback methods and control interfaces. In this book, these considerations are discussed. The book also presents a multilayer architecture, which can be used to facilitate the remote interaction with mobile robots using different interaction elements for research and educational purposes.



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Table of Contents:
Preface

1. Introduction pp.1-2

2. Remote Interactions pp.3-4

3. How will Internet Robotics Change Our Life? pp.5-24

3.1. Space Exploration

3.2. Telemedicine

3.2.1. Remote Presence and Telecare

3.2.2. Telesurgery

3.3. Interactive Artistry

3.4. Edutainment

3.5. Remote Control of Household Appliances

3.6. Remote Inspection

3.7. E-Manufacturing Systems

3.8. Foraging Applications

3.9. Hazardous Tasks

3.10. Sharing Control

3.11. Remote Surveillance

3.12. Remote and distributed laboratories

3.13. Multioperator Multirobot Experimentation

4. Challenging Problems of Remote Interaction pp.25-40

4.1. Communication Medium Constraints

4.1.1. Time Delay

4.1.2. Bandwidth

4.1.3. Jitter

4.1.4. Packet Loss

4.2. Control Strategy

4.2.1. Manual Closed Loop Control

4.2.2. Supervisory Control

4.3. Robot Autonomy

4.3.1. Skill Structure

4.3.2. User Intervention

4.3.3. Response Time

4.4. User Interfaces

4.4.1. User-Machine Interfaces (Graphical User Interfaces)

4.4.2. Machine-Machine Interfaces

4.4.3. Machine-Robot Interfaces

5. An Architecture for Remote Interaction pp.41-54

5.1. Client Layer

5.1.1. PC-Based Controller

5.1.2. PDA-Based Controller

5.1.3. Cellular Phones-Based Controller

5.2. Middleware Layer

5.2.1. Robot Agent

5.2.2. User Agent

5.3. Server Layer

5.4. Interaction between Layers

6. Case Study – Innoavtive Educational Environment for Mobile Robotics pp.55-64

6.1. Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles Course

6.1.1. Instructional Activities

6.1.1.1. Online Classes

6.1.1.2. Remote Laboratory

6.1.1.3. Assessment Tools

6.1.2. Constructional Activities

6.1.2.1. TEM-Based Activities

6.1.2.2. WEM-based Activities

6.2. System Evaluation

7. Conclusion pp.65-66

References pp.67-72

Index pp.73-78

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: 78.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-289-7
   Status: AV
  
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