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Hogerwerf, Ellen (author)
Drivers continuously adapt to the different needs and constraints in the driving scene. Literature has provided evidence for two adaptation strategies in response to an increased risk (decreasing the road width or increasing the driving speed) while lane keeping: decreasing driving speed and increasing endpoint arm stiffness. However, so far...
master thesis 2018
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Hilte, Joost (author)
An important design choice for Haptic Shared Control is the magnitude of assisting forces: high assisting forces are beneficial during agreement between operator and controller, but also result in larger conflict forces in case of disagreement. In order to use higher forces without increasing conflict forces, literature proposes Adaptable Haptic...
master thesis 2017
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Pronker, A.J. (author)
Development of adaptive haptic shared control system requires understanding of the adaptive nature of the driver’s neuromuscular system. In this study, linear parameter varying modeling techniques are proposed to identify changes in the admittance of the driver’s arm. The admittance describes the relation between the torque applied to the...
master thesis 2016
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Van Gorkum, R.F.P. (author)
Orthopaedic surgery includes frequent removal of bony tissue with large instruments that require a significant force to operate. An increasing number of surgeons, especially female and older surgeons, cannot operate high-load orthopedic instruments properly because they lack the necessary force or hand span. The goal of this study is to develop...
master thesis 2011
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