Interactions between Humans and Robots

Evgenios Vlachos, Henrik Schärfe

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Combining multiple scientific disciplines, robotic technology has made significant progress the last decade, and so did the interactions between humans and robots. This article updates the agenda for robotic research by highlighting the
factors that affect Human – Robot Interaction (HRI), and explains the relationships and dependencies that exist between them. The four main factors that define the properties of a robot, and therefore the interaction, are distributed in two dimensions: (1) Intelligence (Control - Autonomy), and (2) Perspective (Tool -
Medium). Based on these factors, we introduce a generic model for comparing and contrasting robots (CCM), aiming to provide a common platform for robot designers, developers and users. The framework for HRI we propose stems mainly from the vagueness and the lack of clarity that has been observed in the definitions of both Direct and Indirect HRI.
Titel1st AAU Workshop on Human-Centered Robotics
Antal sider5
ForlagAalborg Universitetsforlag
ISBN (Trykt)978-87-7112-090-5
StatusUdgivet - 2013
Begivenhed1st AAU Workshop on Human-Centered Robotics - Aalborg, Danmark
Varighed: 15 nov. 2012 → …


Workshop1st AAU Workshop on Human-Centered Robotics
Periode15/11/2012 → …

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