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Towards robotic feeding: Role of haptics in fork-based food manipulation
T Bhattacharjee, G Lee, H Song, SS Srinivasa
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (2), 1485-1492, 2019
852019
Optimal path planning based on spline-RRT* for fixed-wing UAVs operating in three-dimensional environments
D Lee, HJ Song, DH Shim
2014 14th International conference on control, automation and systems (ICCAS …, 2014
392014
Leveraging the human operator in the design and control of supernumerary robotic limbs
J Guggenheim, R Hoffman, H Song, HH Asada
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 5 (2), 2177-2184, 2020
372020
Sensing shear forces during food manipulation: Resolving the trade-off between range and sensitivity
H Song, T Bhattacharjee, SS Srinivasa
2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 8367-8373, 2019
152019
Integrated voluntary-reactive control of a human-superlimb hybrid system for hemiplegic patient support
H Song, HH Asada
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 6 (2), 1646-1653, 2021
142021
Food manipulation: A cadence of haptic signals
T Bhattacharjee, H Song, G Lee, SS Srinivasa
arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.08768, 2018
72018
Toward autonomous aircraft piloting by a humanoid robot: Hardware and control algorithm design
H Song, H Shin, H You, J Hong, DH Shim
2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2016
62016
A dataset of food manipulation strategies
T Bhattacharjee, H Song, G Lee, SS Srinivasa
Harvard Dataverse, 2018
52018
Development of a UAV using a humanoid robot
H Song, D Lee, DH Shim
Journal of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems 20 (11), 1112-1117, 2014
32014
Shared Control Based on Extended Lipschitz Analysis With Application to Human-Superlimb Collaboration
H Song, HH Asada
arXiv preprint arXiv:2309.00685, 2023
22023
Shared Control Based on Predictability Analysis With Application to Human-SuperLimb Collaboration
H Song
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2023
2023
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