Finite memory model for haptic recognition
Beierl, Philip G.
Driels, Morris R.
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This study attempts to model the process by which humans identify remote objects using a force-reflecting telemanipulator to apply this understanding to future ROV design employing the concept of telepresence. A theoretical model is proposed in which object identification is primarily dependent upon feature identification and capacity to remember the sequence of features. A computer simulation of this model is constructed and used to produce theoretical object identification performance which can be compared to actual human performance. The capacity for short term memory of a sequence of features is also studied in a laboratory using a telemanipulator.
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