New Frontiers in Human–Robot Interaction

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Human–Robot Interaction (HRI) considers how people can interact with robots in order to enable robots to best interact with people. HRI presents many challenges with solutions requiring a unique combination of skills from many fields, including computer science, artificial intelligence, social sciences, ethology and engineering. We have specifically aimed this work to appeal to such a multi-disciplinary audience. This volume presents new and exciting material from HRI researchers who discuss research at the frontiers of HRI. The chapters address the human aspects of interaction, such as how a robot may understand, provide feedback and act as a social being in interaction with a human, to experimental studies and field implementations of human–robot collaboration ranging from joint action, robots practically and safely helping people in real world situations, robots helping people via rehabilitation and robots acquiring concepts from communication. This volume reflects current trends in this exciting research field.
[Advances in Interaction Studies, 2]  2011.  vi, 332 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Kerstin Dautenhahn and Joe Saunders
1–6
The human in the loop
Helping robots imitate: Acknowledgment of, and adaptation to, the robot’s feedback to a human task demonstration
Aris Alissandrakis, Dag Sverre Syrdal and Yoshihiro Miyake
9–34
The role of expectations and situations in human-robot interaction
Manja Lohse
35–56
Validating characterizations of sociality in HRI: It’s more than psychometrics
Peter H. Kahn, Jr., Aimee L. Reichert, Brian T. Gill, Takayuki Kanda, Hiroshi Ishiguro and Jolina H. Ruckert
57–72
Attitudes toward robots and factors influencing them
Tatsuya Nomura, Tomohiro Suzuki, Takayuki Kanda, Sachie Yamada and Kensuke Kato
73–88
The USUS evaluation framework for user-centered HRI
Astrid Weiss, Regina Bernhaupt and Manfred Tscheligi
89–110
Toward making robots invisible-in-use: An exploration into invisible-in-use tools and agents
Leila Takayama
111–132
Joint action, collaboration and communication
A dynamic field approach to goal inference, error detection and anticipatory action selection in human-robot collaboration
Estela Bicho, Wolfram Erlhagen, Luís Louro, Eliana Costa e Silva, Rui Silva and Nzoji Hipolito
135–164
Accessing robot acceptance by motor interference
Aleksandra Kupferberg, Markus Huber and Stefan Glasauer
165–184
Evaluation of robot body movements supporting communication: Towards HRI on the move
Cristian Bogdan, Dominik Ertl, Helge Hüttenrauch, Michael Göller, Anders Green, Kerstin Severinson-Eklundh, Jürgen Falb and Hermann Kaindl
185–210
The acquisition of word semantics by a humanoid robot via interaction with a human tutor
Joe Saunders, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv and Caroline Lyon
211–234
Communication robots: Application challenges of human-robot interaction
Takayuki Kanda, Masahiro Shiomi and Norihiro Hagita
235–256
Designing domestic robots with personality
Bernt Meerbeek and Martin Saerbeck
257–278
Robots in therapy, safety and communication
Touch-triggered withdrawal reflexes for safer robots
Torbjørn S. Dahl, Erick A.R. Swere and Andrew Palmer
281–304
Rehabilitation robots
Farshid Amirabdollahian
305–326
Notes
327–328
Index
329–332
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Subjects

Interaction Studies

Interaction Studies

Sociology

Sociology
BIC Subject: UYQ – Artificial intelligence
BISAC Subject: COM004000 – COMPUTERS / Intelligence (AI) & Semantics
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