University of Hertfordshire

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Using Visual Velocity Detection to Achieve Synchronization in Imitation

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcs 3rd Int Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts
Subtitle of host publicationAISB'05
PublisherSSAISB
Pages26-29
ISBN (Print)1-902956-42-5
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventSSAISB Convention 2005 - Hatfield, United Kingdom
Duration: 12 Apr 200515 Apr 2005

Conference

ConferenceSSAISB Convention 2005
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityHatfield
Period12/04/0515/04/05

Abstract

Synchronization and coordination are important mechanisms involved in imitation and social interaction. In this paper, we study different methods to improve the reactivity of agents to changes in their environment in different coordination tasks. In a robot synchronization task, we compare the differences between using only position detection or velocity detection. We first test an existing position detection approach, and then we compare the results with those obtained using a novel method that takes advantage of visual detection of velocity. We test and discuss the applicability of these two methods in several coordination scenarios, to conclude by seeing how to combine the advantages of both methods.

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