Fundamentals and Implementation
461 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 735 g
Reihe: Signals and Communication Technology
Kraiss Advanced Man-Machine Interaction
This book puts special emphasis on technological aspects of advanced interface implementation. Furthermore it focuses on interface design and usability.
For readers with a background in engineering and computer science, most chapters offer design guidelines and case studies, as well as a description of the functioning and limitations of the algorithms required for implementation. In addition, complementary code examples in C++ are given where appropriate.
As a special feature the book is accompanied by two easy-to-handle software development environments, which offer access to extensive public domain software for computer vision, classification, and virtual reality. These environments also provide real-time access to peripheral components like, e.g., webcams or microphones, enabling hands-on experimentation and testing.
Weitere Infos & Material
1 Introduction (Kraiss) 2 Non-intrusive Acquisition of Human Action (Canzler, Zieren) 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Hand Gesture Commands 2.3 Facial expressions commands 2.4 Examples 3 Sign Language Recognition (Bauer, Canzler, Kraiss, Zieren) 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Recognition of Isolated Signs 3.3 Recognition using manual and nonmanual features 3.4 Recognition of continuous sign language using subunits 4 Speech communication and multimodal interfaces (Rigoll) 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Speech recognition 4.3 Speech dialogs 4.4 Multimodal interaction 4.5 Emotions from speech and gesture 4.6 Exercises / Case studies 5 Supervision and Biometric Access (Haehnel, Fillbrandt, Schmidt) 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Tracking People 5.3 Multimodal Person Recognition 5.4 Signature Verification 6 Interacting in virtual and augmented reality (Kuhlen) 6.1 Introduction 6.2 3D User Interfaces: Output 6.3 3D User Interfaces: Input 6.4 Deformable Virtual Objects 6.5 Virtual humanoids, faces, and emotions 6.6 Implementing virtual environments 6.7 Implementing augmented reality 6.8 Case studies 7 Interactive and cooperative robot assistants (Dillmann) 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Advanced robotics hard- and software 7.3 Mobile and humanoid robots 7.4 Teaching and commanding procedures 7.5 Task planning and exception handling 7.6 Intuitive interaction and cooperation 7.7 Telepresence and telerobotics 7.8 Exercises / Case studies 8 Assisted human action (Kraiss) 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Assisted manual control 8.3 Assisted dialog operation 8.4 Case studies APPENDICES A Public domain software environments A.1 LTI-Lib (Computer vision and classification) A.2 VISTA (Virtual and augmented reality) B Test data bases B.1 Head, faces, eye, lip templates B.2 Hand gestures, ambidextrous sign language sequences B.3 Speech templates B.4 Static and dynamic signature templates References CD: Software (Impressario) packages examples