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J-GLOBAL ID:200901083726976814   Update date: Dec. 11, 2019

KAWAMURA Takuya

カワムラ タクヤ | KAWAMURA Takuya
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (4): Experimental psychology ,  Perceptual information processing ,  Intelligent mechanics/Mechanical systems ,  General applied physics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2011 - 2012 Why does human finger stactile sense have the directionality in sensing fine steps ? Its mechanism is elucidated.
  • 2009 - 2010 Development of Multi-functions-and-high-sensitivity Hybrid Tactile Sensor Mimicking Human Tactile Recognition Mechanism
  • 2007 - 2008 Development of High Function and High Sensitivity Type Tactile Sensor Mimicking Human Tactile Recognition Mechanism
Papers (5):
  • A Surface-shape Recognition System Mimicking Human Mechanism for Tactile Sensation. 2006. 24. 595-602
  • 生物と対比した工業環境におけるアフォーダンスに基づく行動生成. 2006. 18. 153-263
  • Experimental Investigation on Integral Cognition by Multiple Senses. 2006. 456-465
  • Semantics of Tasks and Motions of Robots -Multi-mode control as a bridge between tasks and motions-. 2007. WeA7.5-WeA7.5
  • Yamada Hironao(Gifu University),KawamuraTakuya(Gifu University),Muto Takayoshi(Gifu University). Construction Tele-Robotic System with Virtual Reality (CG Presentation of Virtual Robot and Task Object Using Stereo Vision System). 2011. 243-254
MISC (20):
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Lectures and oral presentations  (8):
  • Directionality of Human Tactile Sensation Capability in Discriminating Fine Step-heights
    (2009)
  • Effect of Touching Manner and Motion Direction of Human Finger on Human Tactile Recognition
    (2009)
  • Modelling of Total System by Integrating Identified Models for Subsystems
    (2009)
  • Task Programming for Robots Using Multi-mode Control -Preparation of Modes to Generate Motions for Disassembly Task-
    (2009)
  • Auditory Feedback for VR-assisted Construction Robot Tele-operation
    (2010)
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