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F. Barbagli, A. Formaglio, M. Franzini, A. Giannitrapani, D. Prattichizzo. An Experimental Study of the Limitations of Mobile Haptic Interfaces. In Experimental Robotics IX, 10.1007/11552246$\_$51, Marcelo Ang, Oussama Khatib (eds.), 10.1007/11552246$\_$51, Vol. 21, pp. 533-542, Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2006.

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Abstract

This paper presents various procedures that can be used in order to numerically evaluate what the maximum Z –width that can be rendered by a mobile haptic interface will be given few parameters that characterize the haptic device and the mobile platform that make up such interface. Such procedures are applied to the case of two different mobile haptic interfaces. Results are encouraging, even though limitations to the proposed procedure exist

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@InCollection{BaFoFrGiPr-ISER04-STAR06,
   Author = {Barbagli, F. and Formaglio, A. and Franzini, M. and Giannitrapani, A. and Prattichizzo, D.},
   Title = {An Experimental Study of the Limitations of Mobile Haptic Interfaces},
   BookTitle = {Experimental Robotics IX},
   editor = {Ang, Marcelo and Khatib, Oussama},
   Volume = {21},
   Pages = {533--542},
   Series = {Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics},
   Publisher = {Springer Berlin / Heidelberg},
   Year = {2006}
}

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