By Toshio Fukuda (auth.), Jiming Liu, Pong C. Yuen, Chun-hung Li, Joseph Ng, Toru Ishida (eds.)
The earlier few years have witnessed speedy scienti?c and technological devel- ments in human-centered, seamless computing environments, interfaces, de- ces, and structures with functions starting from company and verbal exchange to leisure and studying. those advancements are jointly top charac- rized as energetic Media know-how (AMT), a brand new quarter of data expertise and machine technology that emphasizes the proactive, seamless roles of interfaces and structures in addition to new electronic media in all facets of human existence. This - lume includes the papers offered on the 6th overseas computing device technology convention: lively Media expertise (AMT 2001), the ?rst convention of its type, shooting the kingdom of study and improvement in AMT and the newest architectures, prototypes, instruments, and ?elded platforms that exhibit or let AMT. the amount is equipped into the subsequent 8 components: I. clever electronic - dia; II. net Personalization; III. energetic Interfaces; IV. independent Agent - proaches; V. Facial snapshot Processing; VI. AMT-Supported trade, company, studying, and well-being Care; VII. instruments and methods; and VIII. Algorithms.
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1 Introduction Online shopping is a hot topic that has been brought out with the rapid developments of the Internet and Web technologies. It is undeniable that daily life has become convenient with it. People do not drive to a store, do not travel to oversea, they can purchase the goods they want. People do not physically open a shop, build a store, they can sell goods. , and Nielsen Media Research have reported that the number of people buying, selling, and performing transactions on the Web are increasing at a phenomenal pace .
Agu at Ibaraki University for the support of research environments. Also, Y. Yonezawa thanks the member of our Complex Adaptive Systems Laboratory at Ibaraki University for helpful and collaboration, Mr. Nagano, Mr. Nishinomiya and Mr. Onodera. This work has been partially supported by a grant of SVBL (Satellite Venture Business Laboratories) in our university. References 1. : Phase transition in a computer network model. Phisica A 253, (1998) 315-322 2. : 1/f noise in traﬃcs model. Fractals 1, (1993) 860-866 3.
Then the results of experiments held to evaluate the model are referred after the development of the robot teleoperation system embodying our model in section 3. In section 4, the results of experiments are analyzed based upon Brunswik’s Lens model framework, and we discuss the utility of our proposing model. And ﬁnally we conclude this paper in section 5. 2 Our Proposing Model of Human–Robot Collaboration This section describes our proposing model on a human–robot collaboration style in a teleoperation system.
Active Media Technology: 6th International Computer Science Conference, AMT 2001 Hong Kong, China, December 18–20, 2001 Proceedings by Toshio Fukuda (auth.), Jiming Liu, Pong C. Yuen, Chun-hung Li, Joseph Ng, Toru Ishida (eds.)