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Haptic Rendering Based on RBF Approximation from Dynamically Updated Data

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Haptic Rendering Based on RBF Approximation from Dynamically Updated Data
In this paper, an extension of our previous research focused on haptic rendering based on interpolation from precomputed data is presented. The technique employs the radial-basis function (RBF) interpolation to achieve the accuracy of the force response approximation, however, it assumes that the data used by the interpolation method are generated on-the-fly during the haptic interaction. The issue caused by updating the RBF coefficients during the interaction is analyzed and a force-response smoothing strategy is proposed. Keywords and phrases haptic rendering, radial-basis function approximation, precomputation, deformation modeling Digital Object Identifier 10.4230/OASIcs.MEMICS.2010.26
Jan Fousek, Tomas Golembiovsky, Jiri Filipovic, Ig
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where MEMICS
Authors Jan Fousek, Tomas Golembiovsky, Jiri Filipovic, Igor Peterlík
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