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Teaching Unknown Objects by Leveraging Human Gaze and Augmented Reality in Human-Robot Interaction

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Dec 12, 2023
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Improving the Efficiency of Human-in-the-Loop Systems: Adding Artificial to Human Experts

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Jul 07, 2023
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Multiperspective Teaching of Unknown Objects via Shared-gaze-based Multimodal Human-Robot Interaction

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Mar 01, 2023
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Gaze-based Object Detection in the Wild

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Mar 29, 2022
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Steady-State Error Compensation in Reference Tracking and Disturbance Rejection Problems for Reinforcement Learning-Based Control

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Jan 31, 2022
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Pistol: Pupil Invisible Supportive Tool to extract Pupil, Iris, Eye Opening, Eye Movements, Pupil and Iris Gaze Vector, and 2D as well as 3D Gaze

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Jan 18, 2022
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Non-Autoregressive vs Autoregressive Neural Networks for System Identification

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May 05, 2021
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RIANN -- A Robust Neural Network Outperforms Attitude Estimation Filters

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May 05, 2021
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Neural Networks Versus Conventional Filters for Inertial-Sensor-based Attitude Estimation

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Jun 03, 2020
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