An integrated decision making approach for adaptive shared control of mobility assistance robots

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Geravand, M.; Werner, C.; Hauer, K.; Peer, A.;
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Mobility assistance robots (MARs) provide support to elderly or patients during walking. The design of a safe and intuitive assistance behavior is one of the major challenges in this context. We present an integrated approach for the context-specific, on-line adaptation... View more
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