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PROCESSING AND INTERACTION IN ROBOTICS* Francesco Amigoni1
 

Summary: PROCESSING AND INTERACTION IN ROBOTICS*
Francesco Amigoni1
, Viola Schiaffonati2
, Marco Somalvico3
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Project; Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione;
Politecnico di Milano; Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, 32; I-20133 Milano (MI); Italy
[1] e-mail: amigoni@elet.polimi.it, tel: (39) (2) 2399-3622; fax: (39) (2) 2399-3411
[2] tel: (39) (2) 2399-3622
[3] e-mail: somalvic@elet.polimi.it, tel: (39) (2) 2399-3524; fax: (39) (2) 2399-3411
ABSTRACT
Sensor science is a modern discipline which addresses issues, problems and solutions involving
various facets of the phenomenon of perception of phenomena.
Perception is oriented toward natural phenomena, both external and internal to man, moreover,
perception is also oriented toward artifacts devised by man. In both cases any sensor device is
itself an artifact that man has conceived and designed in order to substitute and to emulate his own
sensory organs.
The purpose of the paper is to present a perspective of sensor science oriented toward the
emulation of man as a subject able to perform, firstly, interactive activities between himself, from
one side, and the external world together with himself and other men, from the other side, and,
secondly, intellectual functions driven by the sensorial aspects of interaction and directed to the

  

Source: Amigoni, Francesco - Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione, Politecnico di Milano

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences