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By Y. Aloimonos, C. Fermüller (auth.), Gerald Sommer, Yehoshua Y. Zeevi (eds.)

This quantity provides the court cases of the second foreign Workshop on - gebraic Frames for the notion and motion Cycle. AFPAC 2000. held in Kiel, Germany, 10–11 September 2000. The awarded themes conceal new leads to the conceptualization, layout, and implementation of visible sensor-based robotics and self reliant platforms. designated emphasis is put on the function of algebraic modelling within the proper disciplines, resembling robotics, laptop imaginative and prescient, thought of multidimensional signs, and neural computation. The goals of the workshop are twofold: ?rst, dialogue of the effect of algebraic embedding of the duty to hand at the emergence of recent features of modelling and moment, dealing with the powerful family among dominant geometric difficulties and algebraic modelling. The ?rst workshop during this sequence, AFPAC’97. encouraged a number of teams to i- tiate new examine courses, or to accentuate ongoing study paintings during this ?eld, and the diversity of suitable issues was once for this reason broadened, The strategy followed by way of this workshop doesn't unavoidably ?t the mainstream of globally research-granting coverage. despite the fact that, its look for primary difficulties in our ?eld may actually result in new ends up in the appropriate disciplines and give a contribution to their integration in reviews of the perception–action cycle.

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Zeki. Phenomenal motion seen through arti cial intra-ocular lenses. Proc. Royal Society, London B, 260:165{166, 1995. nl Abstract. The sense of touch and the capability to analyze potential contacts is important to many interactions of robots, such as planning exploration, handling objects, or avoiding collisions based on sensing of the environment. It is a pleasant surprise that the mathematics of touching and contact can be developed along the same algebraic lines as that of linear systems theory.

So this important operation is part of both systems theories. In linear systems, translation over t is represented by convolution with the shifted delta-function δt (x) ≡ δ(x − t), of which the Fourier transform is e−iωt : F [δt ](ω) = du δ(u − t)e−iωu = dv δ(v)e−iωv × eiωt = e−iωt . This gives ft (x) ≡ f (x − t) F [·] F −1 F [ft ](ω) = F [f ](ω) × e−iωt [·] In contact systems, translation over t is represented as tangential dilation by the shifted delta-function δt (x) ≡ δ(x − t), of which the Legendre transform is −ωt: L[δt ](ω) = statu [δ(u − t) − ω u] = statv [δ(v) − ω v] − ωt = −ωt This gives ft (x) ≡ f (x − t) L[·] L−1 [·] L[ft ](ω) = L[f ](ω) − ωt Note that the computations in both frameworks run completely analogously.

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