Heni Ben Amor
Heni Ben Amor
Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
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TitleCited byYear
Interaction primitives for human-robot cooperation tasks
HB Amor, G Neumann, S Kamthe, O Kroemer, J Peters
2014 IEEE international conference on robotics and automation (ICRA), 2831-2837, 2014
1192014
Probabilistic movement modeling for intention inference in human–robot interaction
Z Wang, K Mülling, MP Deisenroth, H Ben Amor, D Vogt, B Schölkopf, ...
The International Journal of Robotics Research 32 (7), 841-858, 2013
1082013
Intelligent exploration for genetic algorithms: using self-organizing maps in evolutionary computation
HB Amor, A Rettinger
Proceedings of the 7th annual conference on Genetic and evolutionary …, 2005
1002005
Physical human-robot interaction: Mutual learning and adaptation
S Ikemoto, HB Amor, T Minato, B Jung, H Ishiguro
IEEE robotics & automation magazine 19 (4), 24-35, 2012
902012
Generalization of human grasping for multi-fingered robot hands
HB Amor, O Kroemer, U Hillenbrand, G Neumann, J Peters
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
732012
Learning multiple collaborative tasks with a mixture of interaction primitives
M Ewerton, G Neumann, R Lioutikov, HB Amor, J Peters, G Maeda
2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 1535-1542, 2015
632015
Grasp recognition with uncalibrated data gloves-a comparison of classification methods
G Heumer, HB Amor, M Weber, B Jung
2007 IEEE Virtual Reality Conference, 19-26, 2007
572007
Learning interaction for collaborative tasks with probabilistic movement primitives
G Maeda, M Ewerton, R Lioutikov, HB Amor, J Peters, G Neumann
2014 IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, 527-534, 2014
522014
Probabilistic modeling of human movements for intention inference
Z Wang, MP Deisenroth, HB Amor, D Vogt, B Schölkopf, J Peters
Proceedings of robotics: Science and systems, VIII, 2012
502012
Kinesthetic bootstrapping: Teaching motor skills to humanoid robots through physical interaction
HB Amor, E Berger, D Vogt, B Jung
Annual conference on artificial intelligence, 492-499, 2009
432009
Estimation of perturbations in robotic behavior using dynamic mode decomposition
E Berger, M Sastuba, D Vogt, B Jung, H Ben Amor
Advanced Robotics 29 (5), 331-343, 2015
392015
Maximally informative interaction learning for scene exploration
H Van Hoof, O Kroemer, HB Amor, J Peters
2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2012
362012
Grasp synthesis from low‐dimensional probabilistic grasp models
H Ben Amor, G Heumer, B Jung, A Vitzthum
Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds 19 (3‐4), 445-454, 2008
322008
Projecting robot intentions into human environments
RS Andersen, O Madsen, TB Moeslund, HB Amor
2016 25th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2016
312016
Learning responsive robot behavior by imitation
HB Amor, D Vogt, M Ewerton, E Berger, B Jung, J Peters
2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2013
292013
Fast, neat, and under control: Arbitrating between steering behaviors
HB Amor, J Murray, O Obst
AI Game Programming Wisdom 3, 221-232, 2006
242006
Grasp recognition for uncalibrated data gloves: A machine learning approach
G Heumer, HB Amor, B Jung
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 17 (2), 121-142, 2008
232008
A Human–robot interaction Perspective on Assistive and rehabilitation robotics
P Beckerle, G Salvietti, R Unal, D Prattichizzo, S Rossi, C Castellini, ...
Frontiers in neurorobotics 11, 24, 2017
212017
Latent space policy search for robotics
KS Luck, G Neumann, E Berger, J Peters, HB Amor
2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2014
202014
Exploiting symmetries and extrusions for grasping household objects
AH Quispe, B Milville, MA Gutiérrez, C Erdogan, M Stilman, H Christensen, ...
2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 3702-3708, 2015
182015
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