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Human Robot Interaction

Human Robot Interaction

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Robot’s performance is increased greatly in recent years and their applications are not
limited for industries and manufacturing. Robots are becoming a necessary part of our life
and in near future, this trend will be increasing. In our future society, robots may nurse
elderly, may look after children and may assist our household work. Furthermore, robots
may work together with us in factories, offices and our homes. Robots may become our
good friends. For realizing such a wonderful futures, there are still many hard problems
both in technically and socially. As good friends know their characteristics each other,
robots should have enough performance to know and understand the human.
Human-robot interaction (HRI) is the study of interactions between people (users) and
robots. HRI is multidisciplinary with contributions from the fields of human-computer
interaction, artificial intelligence, robotics, speech recognition, and social science
(psychology, cognitive science, anthropology, and human factors). There has been a great
deal of work done in the area of human-robot interaction to understand how a human
interacts with a computer. However, there has been very little work done in understanding
how people interact with robots. For robots becoming our friends, these studies will be
required more and more.
Robot’s performance is increased greatly in recent years and their applications are not
limited for industries and manufacturing. Robots are becoming a necessary part of our life
and in near future, this trend will be increasing. In our future society, robots may nurse
elderly, may look after children and may assist our household work. Furthermore, robots
may work together with us in factories, offices and our homes. Robots may become our
good friends. For realizing such a wonderful futures, there are still many hard problems
both in technically and socially. As good friends know their characteristics each other,
robots should have enough performance to know and understand the human.
Human-robot interaction (HRI) is the study of interactions between people (users) and
robots. HRI is multidisciplinary with contributions from the fields of human-computer
interaction, artificial intelligence, robotics, speech recognition, and social science
(psychology, cognitive science, anthropology, and human factors). There has been a great
deal of work done in the area of human-robot interaction to understand how a human
interacts with a computer. However, there has been very little work done in understanding
how people interact with robots. For robots becoming our friends, these studies will be
required more and more.

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Human-Robot Interaction
Edited by
Daisuke Chugo
I-Tech
 
 
Preface
Robot’s performance is increased greatly in recent years and their applications are notlimited for industries and manufacturing. Robots are becoming a necessary part of our lifeand in near future, this trend will be increasing. In our future society, robots may nurseelderly, may look after children and may assist our household work. Furthermore, robotsmay work together with us in factories, offices and our homes. Robots may become ourgood friends. For realizing such a wonderful futures, there are still many hard problemsboth in technically and socially. As good friends know their characteristics each other,robots should have enough performance to know and understand the human.Human-robot interaction (HRI) is the study of interactions between people (users) androbots. HRI is multidisciplinary with contributions from the fields of human-computerinteraction, artificial intelligence, robotics, speech recognition, and social science(psychology, cognitive science, anthropology, and human factors). There has been a greatdeal of work done in the area of human-robot interaction to understand how a humaninteracts with a computer. However, there has been very little work done in understandinghow people interact with robots. For robots becoming our friends, these studies will berequired more and more.Therefore, the aim of this book is to provide an overview of the state-of-art, to presentnew ideas, original results and practical experiences. The content of this book has beenstructured into 5 technical research sections with 18 chapters written by well-recognizedresearchers world-side. I hope the readers of this book enjoy its reading and this book helpstheir understanding on HRI.
Editor
Daisuke CHUGO
Kwansei Gakuin University, Hyogo Japan
 
 
Contents
Preface V
Human-Robot Communication
1. Understanding Activities and Intentions for Human-Robot Interaction 001
Richard Kelley, Alireza Tavakkoli, Christopher King,Monica Nicolescu and Mircea Nicolescu 
2. Interaction between a Human and an Anthropomorphized Object 019
Hirotaka Osawa and Michita Imai 
3. Probo, an Intelligent Huggable Robot for HRI Studies with Children 033
Kristof Goris, Jelle Saldien, Bram Vanderborght and Dirk Lefeber 
4. Scaling Effects for Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Videoin Multi-robot Search043
Huadong Wang, Prasanna Velagapudi, Jijun Wang,Paul Scerri, Michael Lewis and Katia Sycara
Human-Robot Interaction Architectures
5. Handling Manually Programmed Task Proceduresin Human–Service Robot Interactions057
Yo Chan Kim and Wan Chul Yoon
6. A Genetic Algorithm-based Approachto Dynamic Architectural Deployment067
Dongsun Kim and Sooyong Park 
7. Comparison an On-screen Agent with a Robotic Agent in an EverydayInteraction Style: How to Make Users React Toward an On-screenAgent as if They are Reacting Toward a Robotic Agent085
Takanori Komatsu 

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