Dance Notations and Robot Motion

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ISBN: 978-3-319-25737-2 (Print) 978-3-319-25739-6 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-24

    Towards Behavioral Objects: A Twofold Approach for a System of Notation to Design and Implement Behaviors in Non-anthropomorphic Robotic Artifacts

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    Pages 25-48

    Laban Movement Analysis and Affective Movement Generation for Robots and Other Near-Living Creatures

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    Pages 49-68

    Approaches to the Representation of Human Movement: Notation, Animation and Motion Capture

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    Pages 69-89

    The Problem of Recording Human Motion

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    Chapter

    Pages 91-116

    MovEngine—Developing a Movement Language for 3D Visualization and Composition of Dance

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    Pages 117-137

    Bayesian Approaches for Learning of Primitive-Based Compact Representations of Complex Human Activities

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    Pages 139-167

    Beyond Watching: Action Understanding by Humans and Implications for Motion Planning by Interacting Robots

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    Pages 169-186

    Challenges for the Animation of Expressive Virtual Characters: The Standpoint of Sign Language and Theatrical Gestures

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    Pages 187-207

    Task Modelling for Reconstruction and Analysis of Folk Dances

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    Pages 209-235

    Dynamic Coordination Patterns in Tango Argentino: A Cross-Fertilization of Subjective Explication Methods and Motion Capture

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    Pages 237-262

    Abstractions for Design-by-Humans of Heterogeneous Behaviors

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    Pages 263-282

    Annotating Everyday Grasps in Action

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    Chapter

    Pages 283-297

    Laban Movement Analysis—Scaffolding Human Movement to Multiply Possibilities and Choices

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    Chapter

    Pages 299-317

    Benesh Movement Notation for Humanoid Robots?

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    Chapter

    Pages 319-338

    The Origin of Dance: Evolutionary Significance on Ritualized Movements of Animals

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    Pages 339-359

    A Worked-Out Experience in Programming Humanoid Robots via the Kinetography Laban

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    Pages 361-376

    Using Dynamics to Recognize Human Motion

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    Pages 377-390

    The Effect of Gravity on Perceived Affective Quality of Robot Movement

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    Chapter

    Pages 391-416

    Applications for Recording and Generating Human Body Motion with Labanotation

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    Chapter

    Pages 417-430

    Human Motion Tracking by Robots