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Study of optimization for cooperative motion between two humans in mutual tracking

Hayashi, Y., Sugawara, K. and Sawada, Y. (2010) Study of optimization for cooperative motion between two humans in mutual tracking. In: Proceedings of 4th IMEKO TC 18 Symposium Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions, pp. 90-95.

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Abstract/Summary

Verbal communication is essential for human society and human civilization. Non-verbal communication, on the other hand, is more widely used not only by human but also other kind of animals, and the content of information is estimated even larger than the verbal communication. Among the non-verbal communication mutual motion is the simplest and easiest to study experimentally and analytically. We measured the power spectrum of the hand velocity in various conditions and clarified the following points on the feed-back and feed- forward mechanism as basic knowledge to understand the condition of good communication.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:40680

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