Dominik Henrich edit

Affiliation Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Informatik III (Robotik und Eingebettete Systeme)
Publications 47
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17 D.: „Safe HumanRobot-Cooperation: Image-based collision detection for Industrial Robots - In: IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems
11 Velocity control for safe robot guidance based on fused vision and force/torque data - In: IEEE International Conference on Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems
7 Manipulation of Deformable Linear Object; From Geometric Model Towards Program Generation - Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Robotics and Automation - 2005
6 3D collision detection for Industrial Robots and Unknown Obstacles using Multiple - Depth Images,” German Workshop on Robotics - 2009
6 Multi-Camera Collision Detection allowing for Object Occlusions - - 2006
5 Fast Vision-Based Minimum Distance Determination Between Known and Unkown Objects -
5 Multi-View Reconstruction of Unknown Objects in the Presence of Known Occlusions -
4 Optimal Camera Placement to measure Distances Conservativly Regarding Static and Dynamic Obstacles, preprint (2011). Available at -
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3 Human-Robot Collaboration by Intention recognition using Probabilistic State - Machines, 19 th IEEE International Workshop on Robotics in Alpe-Adria-Danube-Region
3 Modeling Intuitive Behavior for Safe Human/Robot Coexistence and Cooperation -
3 D.: „Discontinuity Detection for Force-based Manipulation“. To be appear in - Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation - 2006
3 Human-robot cooperation: Safe Pick-and-Place Operations -
3 D.: „SIMERO: Camera Supervised Workspace for Service Robots - 2nd Workshop on Advances in Service Robotics, Fraunhofer IPA - 2004
2 Fast Vision-based Grasp and Delivery Planning for unknown Objects -
2 Path Planning and Execution in Fast-Changing Environments with Known and Unknown Obstacles -
2 Automatic adaptation of sensor-based robots -
2 Sensor-based Online Planning of Timeoptimized Paths in Dynamic Environments -
2 Acquiring Change Models for Sensor-Based Robot Manipulation”, Int. Conf. o. Robotics and Automation - Proc

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