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ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Taking candy from a robot: Speed features and candy accessibility predict human response
— In our experiment, two autonomously moving costumed robots visit 256 offices during a ‘reverse’ trick-ortreating task close to Halloween. Our behavioral data supports the i...
Heather Knight, Manuela M. Veloso, Reid G. Simmons
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Gaze contingency in turn-taking for human robot interaction: Advantages and drawbacks
— It is generally accepted that a robot should exhibit a contingent behavior, adaptable to the needs of each individual user, to achieve a more natural and pleasant interaction. ...
Oskar Palinko, Alessandra Sciutti, Lars Schillingm...
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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You and your robot companion - A framework for creating robotic applications usable by non-experts
— In this paper we present a system for all and sundry to create robotic applications which is characterized by adaptivity on different levels. First, users are enabled to create...
Jens Hoefinghoff, Astrid M. Rosenthal-von der P&uu...
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Graphical narrative interfaces: Representing spatiotemporal information for a highly autonomous human-robot team
— Having a well-developed Graphical User Interface (GUI) is often necessary for a human-robot team, especially when the human and the robot are not in close proximity to each oth...
Hiroaki Nakano, Michael A. Goodrich
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Meta analysis of the usage of the Godspeed Questionnaire Series
— Standardized metrics for assessing the success of robots is a necessity for a research field to compare and validate results. The Godspeed Questionnaire Series (GQS) is one of...
Astrid Weiss, Christoph Bartneck
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Visual pointing gestures for bi-directional human robot interaction in a pick-and-place task
Abstract— This paper explores visual pointing gestures for two-way nonverbal communication for interacting with a robot arm. Such non-verbal instruction is common when humans com...
Camilo Perez Quintero, Romeo Tatsambon Fomena, Mon...
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Proof of concept for a user-centered system for sharing cooperative plan knowledge over extended periods and crew changes in spa
—With the Robonaut-2 humanoid robot now permanently flying on the ISS, the potential role for robots participating in cooperative activity in space is becoming a reality. Recent ...
Marwin Sorce, Grégoire Pointeau, Maxime Pet...
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Experiences developing socially acceptable interactions for a robotic trash barrel
— Service robots in public places need to both understand environmental cues and move in ways that people can understand and predict. We developed and tested interactions with a ...
Stephen Yang, Brian Ka-Jun Mok, David Sirkin, Hill...
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Dynamics of social positioning patterns in group-robot interactions
— When a mobile robot interacts with a group of people, it has to consider its position and orientation. We introduce a novel study aimed at generating hypotheses on suitable beh...
Jered Vroon, Michiel Joosse, Manja Lohse, Jan Kolk...
ROMAN
2015
IEEE
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Towards morally sensitive action selection for autonomous social robots
— Autonomous social robots embedded in human societies have to be sensitive to human social interactions and thus to moral norms and principles guiding these interactions. Action...
Matthias Scheutz, Bertram F. Malle, Gordon Briggs
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