CONTENTS

List of Figures

List of Tables

Preface

1. Introduction

1.1 The Intelligent Wearable Interface

1.2 Learning from Demonstration

2. Network Architecture for Wearable Robots

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Wearable Robots and Interactions

2.3 Wearable Robot Design

2.4 Distributed Service-Based Architecture

2.4.1 Extension to the Jini Model

2.4.2 The Matching Service

2.5 Application Scenario

2.6 Related Works

2.7 Conclusion

3. Wearable Interface for Automatic Language Translation

3.1 Introduction

3.2 System Architecture

3.3 Text Detection Algorithm

3.3.1 Demands of Text Detection Algorithm

3.3.2 Intrinsic Characteristic of a Character

3.3.3 CIC-Based Text Detection Algorithm

3.3.4 Combine Line Segments into a Character

3.4 Image Cutting, Rotation, and Binarization

3.4.1 Image Cutting and Rotation

3.4.2 Image Binarization

3.5 Real-ime Translation

3.6 Conclusion

4. Intelligent Cap Interface for Wheelchair Control

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Electromyography and Electrooculography

4.3 Approach

4.4 Interface

4.4.1 Hardware

4.4.2 Implementation

4.5 Experimental Study

4.5.1 Doorways (A–B)

4.5.2 U-turning (B–C–B)

4.5.3 General Path (C–D)

4.6 Conclusion

5. Intelligent Shoes for Human–Computer Interface

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Hardware Design

5.2.1 Sensing the Parameters Inside the Shoe

5.2.2 Gathering Information from the Sensors

5.2.3 Wireless Communication

5.2.4 Data Visualization

5.3 Three Applications of the Intelligent Shoes

5.3.1 Intelligent Shoes for Human–Computer Interface: Shoe-Mouse

5.3.2 Intelligent ...

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