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Author Kanda, Takayuki.

Title Human-robot interaction in social robotics / Takayuki Kanda and Hiroshi Ishiguro
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (xix, 343 pages) : illustrations
Contents 1. Introduction to network robot approach for human-robot interaction -- 2. Field tests : observing people's reaction -- 3. Users' attitude and expectations -- 4. Modeling natural behaviors for human-like interaction with robots -- 5. Sensing systems : networked robot approach -- 6. Shared autonomy and teleoperation -- 7. Learning and adaptation
Summary Social (interactive) robots are a frontier research area in robotics and human-computer interaction. This book summarizes the research of the ATR Intelligent Robotics Laboratory on the ROBOVIE project, a series of robots designed to interact with the elderly and disabled on a daily basis. This laboratory is one of the world's leaders in Humanoid Interactive Robotics. The text covers interdisciplinary topics related to interactive robots, including human behavior recognition and behavior based control. It also presents the results of long-term usability studies and discusses the implementation
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Human-robot interaction.
Robotics -- Human factors.
Robotics -- Social aspects
Robots -- Control systems.
Human robot interaction.
Robotics -- Human factors.
Robotics -- Social aspects.
Robots -- Control systems.
Form Electronic book
Author Ishiguro, Hiroshi, 1963-
ISBN 1138071692