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Haptic data reduction through dynamic perceptual analysis and event-based communication

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posted on 2018-04-09, 00:00 authored by Omid Fathollah Nadjarbashi
This research presents an adjustable and flexible framework for haptic data compression and communication that can be used in a robotic teleoperation session. The framework contains a customized event-driven transmission control protocol, several dynamically adaptive perceptual and prediction methods for haptic sample reduction, and last but not the least, an architecture for the data flow.

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143 p.

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  • Yes

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thesis

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thesis

Language

eng

Degree type

Research doctorate

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Ph.D

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Z Najdovski, S Nahavandi Saeid

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GTP Research

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Institute for Intelligent Systems Research and Innovation