A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space

Wrede S, Emmerich C, Grünberg R, Nordmann A, Swadzba A, Steil JJ (2013)
Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 2(1): 56-81.

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Wrede S, Emmerich C, Grünberg R, Nordmann A, Swadzba A, Steil JJ. A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction. 2013;2(1):56-81.
Wrede, S., Emmerich, C., Grünberg, R., Nordmann, A., Swadzba, A., & Steil, J. J. (2013). A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 2(1), 56-81. doi:10.5898/JHRI.2.1.Wrede
Wrede, S., Emmerich, C., Grünberg, R., Nordmann, A., Swadzba, A., and Steil, J. J. (2013). A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 2, 56-81.
Wrede, S., et al., 2013. A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 2(1), p 56-81.
S. Wrede, et al., “A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space”, Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, vol. 2, 2013, pp. 56-81.
Wrede, S., Emmerich, C., Grünberg, R., Nordmann, A., Swadzba, A., Steil, J.J.: A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction. 2, 56-81 (2013).
Wrede, Sebastian, Emmerich, Christian, Grünberg, Ricarda, Nordmann, Arne, Swadzba, Agnes, and Steil, Jochen J. “A User Study on Kinesthetic Teaching of Redundant Robots in Task and Configuration Space”. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 2.1 (2013): 56-81.
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