Modeling of explorative procedures for remote object identification
Acosta R., Juan C.
Driels, Morris R.
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This work addresses the issues of how humans manually explore remote objects using a telemanipulator. An understanding of how conceptual models are constructed is necessary since it will ultimately determine the efficiency of ROV's using telepresence. The representation of human search models is achieved by using the proprioceptive component of the haptic sensory system and the simulated foveal component of the visual system. Eventually it will allow multiple applications in remote sensing and superposition of sensory channels. the use of a force reflecting telemanipulator and computer simulated visual foveal component are the tools which offer the possibility of reconstructing these search patterns observed in different subjects under controlled laboratory conditions. The correlation between the two search strategies is explored and represented in code circles and strings which demonstrate the sequential nature of the two types of probing, as opposed of saccadic response in full vision.
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