Probabilistic vs Linear Blending Approaches to Shared Control for Wheelchair Driving

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Ezeh, Chinemelu; Trautman, Pete; Devigne, Louise; Bureau, Valentin; Babel, Marie; Carlson, Tom;
(2017)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: Wheelchairs, Trajectory, Robot sensing systems, Probabilistic logic, Sonar, Probability distribution, Zirconium | [ INFO.INFO-RB ] Computer Science [cs]/Robotics [cs.RO] | [INFO.INFO-RB]Computer Science [cs]/Robotics [cs.RO]

International audience; Some people with severe mobility impairments are unable to operate powered wheelchairs reliably and effectively , using commercially available interfaces. This has sparked a body of research into " smart wheelchairs " , which assist users to driv... View more
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