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International Conference on Future Computer and Communication, 3rd (ICFCC 2011)
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Human-robot interaction (HRI) is a highly researched topic in robotics, especially in assistive robotics systems. Disabled people represent a special category of persons that require special attention. Electrooculography (EOG) is a method for communication with these persons. In this paper is evaluated an interface for teleoperation of a mobile robot by means of EOG signals. Eye saccades are used for sending movement commands to the robot. The obtained results prove the effectiveness of the evaluated interaction method.

Key Words
1 Introduction
2. System Architecture
3. Eye Saccades Identification
4. Hardware Setup
5. Experimental Setup
6. Results
7. Conclusions and Future Work
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