ANFIS Based Active Personal Space for Autonomous Robots in Ubiquitous Environments

Janaka Chaminda Balasuriya, Keigo Watanabe, Achala Pallegedara

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Abstract

Human beings are fascinating creatures. Their behavior and appearance cannot be compared with any other living organism in the world. They have two distinct features with compared to any other living being; unique physical nature and emotions / feelings. Anybody who studies on humans or tries to construct human like machines should consider these two vital facts. When robots are interacting with humans and other objects, they certainly have a safe distance between them and the object. Some of the problems in concern are how can this distance be optimized when interacting with humans; will there be any advantages over achieving this; will it help to improve the condition of robots; can it be a mere constant distance; how will the humans react, etc. In order to "humanize" robots, they (robots) should also have certain understanding of such emotions that we, humans have. In this research project, authors are trying to "teach" one such human understanding, commonly known as "personal space" to autonomous mobile robots.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings
Pages523-528
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes
EventICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007 - Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Duration: Aug 9 2007Aug 11 2007

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OtherICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007
CountrySri Lanka
CityPeradeniya
Period8/9/078/11/07

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  • Information Systems
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Balasuriya, J. C., Watanabe, K., & Pallegedara, A. (2007). ANFIS Based Active Personal Space for Autonomous Robots in Ubiquitous Environments. In ICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings (pp. 523-528). [4579233] https://doi.org/10.1109/ICIINFS.2007.4579233

ANFIS Based Active Personal Space for Autonomous Robots in Ubiquitous Environments. / Balasuriya, Janaka Chaminda; Watanabe, Keigo; Pallegedara, Achala.

ICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings. 2007. p. 523-528 4579233.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Balasuriya, JC, Watanabe, K & Pallegedara, A 2007, ANFIS Based Active Personal Space for Autonomous Robots in Ubiquitous Environments. in ICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings., 4579233, pp. 523-528, ICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 8/9/07. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICIINFS.2007.4579233
Balasuriya JC, Watanabe K, Pallegedara A. ANFIS Based Active Personal Space for Autonomous Robots in Ubiquitous Environments. In ICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings. 2007. p. 523-528. 4579233 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICIINFS.2007.4579233
Balasuriya, Janaka Chaminda ; Watanabe, Keigo ; Pallegedara, Achala. / ANFIS Based Active Personal Space for Autonomous Robots in Ubiquitous Environments. ICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings. 2007. pp. 523-528
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