Welcome to the

HUman-MAchines INteraction Laboratory (HUMAIN-Lab)

Welcome to the

HUman-MAchines INteraction Laboratory (HUMAIN-Lab)

Scope:
Machines, implemented either in hardware or in software, with whom a human interacts proliferate, furthermore their complexity increases; for instance, the aforementioned machines include devices for communication, computers, robots, costumer service software, and other. This lab pursues the study, analysis and design of both hardware and software that enables the seamless collaboration of humans with machines.
Objectives

Innovation

The operation of a machine in the “physical” environment is typically supported by arithmetic models. However, when a human is involved there might emerge non-numerical data…

Inventiveness

Our orientation is toward the development of machines with a capacity to interact with humans in various applications including education, precision farming, patrolling in the physical environment and other.

Entrepreneurship

Our orientation is toward the conversion of our laboratory prototypes in commercial products.

Vassilis Kaburlasos

Expertise: Computational Intelligence
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Theodoros Pachidis

Expertise: Robotics and Software Engineering

Michail Manios

Technical Staff
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Stamatis Chatzistamatis

Administrative Staff

Fuzzy lattice reasoning (FLR) classifier for human facial expression recognition – Proceedings of the 10th International FLINS Conference on Uncertainty Modeling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making (FLINS 2012), Istanbul, Turkey

S.E. Papadakis, V.G. Kaburlasos, G.A. Papakostas, “Fuzzy lattice reasoning (FLR) classifier for human facial expression recognition”, Proceedings of the 10th International FLINS Conference on Uncertainty Modeling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making (FLINS 2012), Istanbul, Turkey, 26-29 August 2012. World Scientific Proceedings Series on Computer Engineering and Information Science, vol. 7, pp. 633-638.

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A study on fuzzy D-implications – Proceedings of the 10th International FLINS Conference on Uncertainty Modeling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making (FLINS 2012), Istanbul, Turkey

A.G. Hatzimichailidis, G.A. Papakostas, V.G. Kaburlasos, “A study on fuzzy D-implications”, Proceedings of the 10th International FLINS Conference on Uncertainty Modeling in Knowledge Engineering and Decision Making (FLINS 2012), Istanbul, Turkey, 26-29 August 2012. World Scientific Proceedings Series on Computer Engineering and Information Science, vol. 7, pp. 708-713.

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Person identification based on lattice computing k-nearest-neighbor fingerprint classification – 16th International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems (KES-2012), San Sebastián, Spain

T. Pachidis, V.G. Kaburlasos, “Person identification based on lattice computing k-nearest-neighbor fingerprint classification”, 16th International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems (KES-2012), San Sebastián, Spain, 10-12 September 2012, Advances in Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems. IOS Press, 2012, Manuel Graña, Carlos Toro, Jorge Posada, R. J. Howlett, L. C. Jain (Eds.), pp. 1720-1729.

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