|R. Valencia Garcia, R. Martinez Béjar, A. Gasparetto|
|An intelligent framework for simulating robot-assisted surgical operations|
|Expert Systems with Applications, Elsevier Publ., vol. 28, n. 3, Apr. 2005, pp. 425-433|
Abstract: In this paper, a system based on several intelligent techniques, including speech recognition, natural language processing and linear planning is described. These techniques have been employed to generate a sequence of operations understandable by the control system of a robot that is to perform a semi-automatic surgical task. Thus, a system has been implemented that translates some surgeon’s ‘natural’ language into robot-executable commands. A robotic simulator has then been implemented in order to test the planned sequence in a virtual environment.
|Activity: Artificial Intelligence for Medical Robotics and Automation||