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Simon Manschitz
Simon Manschitz
Senior Scientist, Honda Research Institute Europe
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Learning movement primitive attractor goals and sequential skills from kinesthetic demonstrations
S Manschitz, J Kober, M Gienger, J Peters
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 74, 97-107, 2015
542015
Learning to sequence movement primitives from demonstrations
S Manschitz, J Kober, M Gienger, J Peters
2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems†…, 2014
462014
Extraction of address data from unstructured text using free knowledge resources
S Schmidt, S Manschitz, C Rensing, R Steinmetz
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Knowledge Management and†…, 2013
212013
Mixture of attractors: A novel movement primitive representation for learning motor skills from demonstrations
S Manschitz, M Gienger, J Kober, J Peters
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 3 (2), 926-933, 2018
172018
Probabilistic decomposition of sequential force interaction tasks into movement primitives
S Manschitz, M Gienger, J Kober, J Peters
2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems†…, 2016
102016
Learning sequential force interaction skills
S Manschitz, M Gienger, J Kober, J Peters
Robotics 9 (2), 45, 2020
92020
Probabilistic progress prediction and sequencing of concurrent movement primitives
S Manschitz, J Kober, M Gienger, J Peters
2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems†…, 2015
82015
Learning to unscrew a light bulb from demonstrations
S Manschitz, J Kober, M Gienger, J Peters
ISR/Robotik 2014; 41st International Symposium on Robotics, 1-7, 2014
62014
Learning Sequential Skills for Robot Manipulation Tasks
S Manschitz
Technische Universitšt, 2018
22018
Learning, Generating and Adapting Wave Gestures for Expressive Human-Robot Interaction
M Panteris, S Manschitz, S Calinon
Companion of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot†…, 2020
12020
Mixture of Attractors: A novel Movement Primitive Representation for Learning Motor Skills from Demonstrations Download PDF
S Manschitz, M Gienger, J Kober, J Peters
Learning Movement Primitive Attractor Goals and Sequential Skills from Kinesthetic Demonstrations Download PDF
S Manschitz, J Kober, M Gienger, J Peters
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