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Towards model-based robot behaviour adaptation: Successful human-robot collaboration in tense and stressful situations (2015)
Conference Proceeding
Dogramadzi, S., Pipe, A. G., Sobhani, M. M., Sobhani, M., Pipe, A. G., Dogramadzi, S., & Fennell, J. G. (2015). Towards model-based robot behaviour adaptation: Successful human-robot collaboration in tense and stressful situations. In 2015 23rd Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering, (922-927). https://doi.org/10.1109/IranianCEE.2015.7146343

© 2015 IEEE. In a demanding environment such as search and rescue, where human-robot collaboration provides potential benefits, understanding complex human behaviour will promote greater success. We propose that robots need to be equipped with embodi... Read More about Towards model-based robot behaviour adaptation: Successful human-robot collaboration in tense and stressful situations.

The robot vibrissal system: Understanding mammalian sensorimotor co-ordination through biomimetics (2015)
Book Chapter
Prescott, T., Mitchinson, B., Lepora, N., Wilson, S., Anderson, S., Porrill, J., …Pipe, A. G. (2015). The robot vibrissal system: Understanding mammalian sensorimotor co-ordination through biomimetics. In A. Groh, & P. Krieger (Eds.), Sensorimotor Integration in the Whisker System, 213-240. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-2975-7_10

We consider the problem of sensorimotor co-ordination in mammals through the lens of vibrissal touch, and via the methodology of embodied computational neuroscience—using biomimetic robots to synthesize and investigate models of mammalian brain archi... Read More about The robot vibrissal system: Understanding mammalian sensorimotor co-ordination through biomimetics.

Measuring the local viscosity and velocity of fluids using a biomimetic tactile whisker (2015)
Journal Article
Pipe, T., Rooney, T., Pearson, M. J., & Pipe, A. G. (2015). Measuring the local viscosity and velocity of fluids using a biomimetic tactile whisker. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 9222, 75-85. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-22979-9_7

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015. A novel technique for determining the relative visco-density of fluids using an actuated flexible beam inspired by the tactile whiskers of marine mammals is presented. This was developed for the i... Read More about Measuring the local viscosity and velocity of fluids using a biomimetic tactile whisker.